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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  • Isolation: Corruption of an idle-mind

    You have just hopped into bed after a long, exhausting day of doing absolutely nothing. Isn’t isolation great! You switch off your light and close your eyes to go to sleep. Peace and quiet. This is the life.

  • Where do we go from here?

    No one saw this virus coming.

  • The curious case of the ‘independent woman’

    After speaking to quite a few people about this topic and asking them what they think of when they hear the topic ‘independent woman’, a lot of them referred to a feminist culture or a utilisation of the phrase to justify their ‘singleness’.

  • A woman’s guide to discerning a godly man

    A few weeks ago, I was involved in a conversation with a small group of young men. This ‘interesting’ discussion was derived from a topic one of them brought up – ‘should a woman be able to preach?’; referring to the Bible verses 1 Timothy chapter 3 verse 2 and 1 Timothy chapter two verses 11-13.

  • The ‘other’ Jesus

    When I first read of the concept of the ‘other jesus’ on a Facebook post, my head started spinning. I instantly thought ‘Oh no. Here comes another false prophet epidemic…’

  • Starve your distractions

    I am an incredible procrastinator.

  • Cool, calm and collected… maybe…

    Sometimes I think I’ve got it all under control. I’m running towards the finishing line, strong and steady, and then a massive boulder rolls past and shoves me down a back alleyway.

  • It is okay to be innocent

    I am heavily inspired by heroic films and literature, so in my mind my education experiences have been viewed as my ‘battleground’.

  • Words, and hearing the voice of God

    Words have so much power. One line from Star Wars can change the whole face of the storyline “Luke, I am your father” – Darth Vader. What an absolute shocker that was.

  • No pain, no gain

    The day finally came when I would walk proudly across that brightly lit stage to shake the hand of the man who would give me the piece of paper explaining what I had spent 3.5 years focussing on to officially qualify in. BIG sigh of relief when I held that paper in my hand. It was finally over.