Lusanda Mashua

Lusanda is passionate about exploring how the gospel intersects with questions arising from African urban reality, bringing about a culture of transformation, just living, and incarnational love.

Lusanda Mashua is an adjunct speaker, writer, content producer for RZIM Africa Trust. She was born in East London, in the Eastern cape. She graduated with a national diploma in fine arts from the Nelson Mandela Metropole University in Port Elizabeth. She worked as a campus pastor and worship director and songwriter. Lusanda is passionate about exploring how the gospel intersects with questions arising from African urban reality, bringing about a culture of transformation, just living, and incarnational love. Her interests are fine arts, history, urban theology, and spiritual formation. Lusanda and her family live in Cape Town, South Africa.

We all are being invited to find our place like the disciples alongside Jesus, to follow him into the uncertainty of coming pain and yet to live in confidence that the end picture is unimaginable hope and insufferable satisfaction in God’s love.

Get our free , every other week, straight to your inbox.

Your podcast has started playing below. Feel free to continue browsing the site without interrupting your podcast!