Samantha Pillay ( born May 11, 1981) is a South African author and inspirational speaker. She has three siblings, two brothers and a younger sister. In 2003 she married her husband , Jayseelan and together they parented two lovely boys. Her focus is to elevate and motivate everyone she comes in contact with. she discovered that her TEAM spirit will overflow and cause millions to recognize that there is a purpose within every one. She loves challenges as she feels that it brings her closer to God. She released her first book titled "Ambassador for Christ" in 2017. Samantha is in the process of launching her second book titled "Wonderstruck". Apart from writing and keeping up with her daily routine, she also adores spending quality time with her family to make lots of memories.

Grow in wisdom …

A person who renews his mind daily, grows in wisdom daily.  TEASER! from my second book “Wonderstruck” is a continuation of my first book titled: Ambassador for Christ. If I neglected to write “Wonderstruck,” it would have been similar to leaving the cherry supposed to be on top of the cake, off. I cannot imagine…

train ride towards God

Take the course and write the test Do you know that when you go through difficult times, actually means that you are on training during that time? Sometimes when you face a challenge, face it, go through it, because at the end of that challenge, you have gained a little bit of wisdom on how…

Applaud, Applaud! Ikraam Rasool

Applaud, Applaud – We Give God All The Praise!   Hello World! Today, let’s celebrate a prayer warrior, appointed and anointed child of God, Ikraam Rasool. I want to take this opportunity to express my greatest admiration to God for sending His vessel Ikraam Rasool, to spread the Gospel of Christ all over the world. Ikraam…

Be Merciful

Sometimes it is so difficult to be merciful, but we must be, as our father is merciful. In the book of Luke, you will assimilate how to overcome a lot of challenges. God teaches us how to love our enemies. In life, as a human being, we see the test as something that needs pay…