How Hope Changes the world, one life at a time

Rumbani Ndhlovu Senior Graphics Designer at MLFC, wrote the story
How can you make an impact on the world around you?
Miracle Life Family Church’s mission includes sharing Christ, helping believers mature and changing the world. Since 2016, I have been able to witness people’s lives transform through Jesus Christ. It changes people’s perception of themselves and others and helps them to create a better family, life, and world. The courses and classes are designed to address specific areas of daily life. People receive counseling when they need it. They also help to grow communities by reaching out to others. That’s how we make an impact on the world, one person at a time.
Real work is anything that requires effort and produces results. It’s organizing, designing, creating, and presenting information in a way that makes people understand what we’re trying to convey. This is Real Work. What does a day in your life look and what does it entail
I arrive at work at 7:15 am. After that, I have some quiet time (personal Bible study). Emails are opened at 7:30 AM. ActiveCollab updates are the first to appear. This is the most important part. This is the most important part of the day. Graphic design work is something I do occasionally. Flyers, tickets, posters and logos. Also, workbooks, workbooks, screen slides, flyers, brochures, workbooks, screens for the auditorium, and graphics for social media. Once weekly bulletins are approved, I print them out. It can get very busy so I need to always check my list to make sure everything is correct. What does ActiveCollab do in your day?
ActiveCollab is my CPU. The central processing unit, or more accurately, central planning unit. The tasks are where I do most of my work. There are all the deadlines that I need to be aware of. I can easily identify the services that each department requires if the information is correct. ActiveCollab is essential for any fast-paced organization. It consolidates a lot of data and streamlines it to make work easier. If you spend more time searching for information, you won’t be as fast-paced. In the past, I received internal requests for graphics, videos, and such. I would then have to write down a list and keep up with the tasks. Each time I completed a task we would stamp it and then find the second one and arrange them according to priority. ActiveCollab was suggested by my supervisor. Although I was initially resistant, once I got used to it, it was a great experience.