A Kiwi Journey From Christianity to Islam
Sister Rhonda’s Journey from England to New Zealand
It was actually two years after that first day that the program on Islam was on, till when I actually took my Shahadah in London
I was born just north of Wellington into a Christian family, which means we all got up on Sunday morning and went off to Sunday school.
I was the youngest of five, and we went to Sunday school while mum and dad were sleeping, I hope my brothers don’t mind me saying this, but we used to get money to put in the plate, and they used to take mine and go and play pool.
So I think that was probably a pretty average Kiwi upbringing. I was in the school choir and I was baptized, that sort of thing, it was part of our life. It was probably more of a social thing, the parents discharging their duty and putting us on the “right” foot hopefully.
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