Growing up in the Pentecostal church meant being shrouded in marvel, writes Rhodé Marshall.
The prosperity gospel has brought America’s neoliberal, right-wing economics to churches worldwide, writes Verashni Pillay.
Preparing a body for burial brings a unique nearness to God, writes Khadija Patel.
Tanya Pampalone’s daughter learnt how to pray at school but later decided she wasn’t a Christian, or anything else.
Small rituals offer Zama Ndlovu a sense of completeness and keep the seat warm for God, should he ever show up.
Mogoeng Mogoeng tells why his Christian faith does not militate against his capacity to dispense justice fairly.
It was mathematics, then writing where Ekow Duker found God. And then his beloved wife died far too young.
Kopano Matlwa meets with God in the pages of books and has come to know him between the commas and interjections.
Family can extend beyond those still alive. But will the "dlozis" be as real to his son as they are to Shaka Sisulu?
Spirituality comes in many formats, not all of which are dressed in formal religious garb, says Ixopo Buddhist Retreat Centre founder Louis van Loon.
From a teenage obsession with music to an adult worship, Charles Leonard finds his church.
James Francis talks to believers about how they came to their own understanding and relationship with what they call ‘God’.
Consulting a diviner offered Eve Fairbanks a glimpse into alternative spirituality – courtesy of an extraordinary woman with her own tale to tell.