Cartia Moore

Press Service International

Cartia Moore is a sword fighter, trained and skilled in the art of fencing. She has recently graduated from her Bachelor of Arts degree and has completed an Honours in Screen & Media Studies. She is now going on to do a Master of Teaching (Secondary), focusing in the teaching areas of English and Film studies. She is passionate and driven to inspire and encourage others to seek and find their worth and value in Him.

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  • You have not cause you ask not

    I was listening to a sermon by Steve Harvey where he spoke on having the ability to ask God for the things you want, and focusing on the acts of asking, believing and working hard for those things.

  • Finding the joy of the Lord

    I perceive life as an extenuating series of unknowns that are thrown at a person to challenge, provoke thought, excite, demand change, and to ultimately surprise us.

  • A wise king has many advisors

    When I turned eighteen, I began to realise just how important it was to surround myself with good, godly, and supportive people.

  • Biblical goals for 2022

  • Be strong and courageous

    This pandemic has challenged us all in different ways. Though we may be feeling the weight of the world on our shoulders, it is not ours to carry.

  • United we stand, divided we fall

  • Courage, dear heart

    We all have expectations of ourselves and of others, however, sometimes things in life do not allow us to reach those expectations, and from that can come discouragement.

  • Too blessed to be stressed

    I have heard this term many times, and to be honest, I thought it was a typical Christian cliché. And it still is, but it is a good thing.

  • Patience is a virtue

    I consider myself a generally patient person. Then there are times where patience is an overestimated trait I cannot obtain.

  • I have confidence

    We all have moments where a fear of the unknown seeps in and corrupts our thoughts and belief in ourselves, reducing the faith in our own capabilities. Sometimes the scariest thing in life is taking that small step into something new.