All posts tagged: Michael Cassidy

Off the Cuff with Debbie Kirsten

‘Off the Cuff’ with Author, Deborah Kirsten

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA — Author, Deborah Kirsten’s autobiography, Chai tea & Ginger beer was penned from her unique experience as the wife of international cricketer and coach, Gary Kirsten. A sought after motivational speaker, Deborah lives in Cape Town with her husband and three children. She reveals some candid gems with JN. My secret pleasure is … A big slice of lemon meringue pie, a good ‘chic flick’ (romantic comedy) and my journal. My first job was … I guess that would be teaching Sunday school at the age of about thirteen (but of course, that was unpaid). My first paid job was waitressing in a restaurant. My most annoying habits are … My husband would have a field day with this question. He would definitely say never hanging the car keys on the key hook. (It completely mystifies him why I bought a special hook for keys and then never hang the keys there). Other annoying habits are my tendency to accumulate clutter and my inability to pass up a good bargain! A …

“Off the Cuff” with Michael Cassidy, founder of African Enterprise

PIETERMARITZBURG, SOUTH AFRICA—MICHAEL CASSIDY, world renowned author, speaker and founder of African Enterprise gives JournoNews an insight into the man behind the evangelist. My secret pleasure is … Let me put a question to you … Can you keep a secret? You can? Well, so can I! My first job was … a school master teaching little boys French, Latin, cricket, soccer and boxing! My most annoying habits are … Ask my friends. I don’t think any of my habits are annoying!! A clear childhood memory is … early morning horseback rides with my dad. What makes me really nervous is … being caught by surprise and asked to propose a toast to someone. The best advice my parents gave me was … wait for the right girl to marry. If I wasn’t an evangelist, I’d be … a panel beater, because I love seeing a born again car after a crash! I’m most thankful for … my parental upbringing, for Robbie Footner who led me to Christ, for my wife, Carol, and for my children. My favourite meal is … breakfast. Nothing …