It had been three years since their meeting at IDC by the 7th floor elevator banks.
In spite of several invitations, Kem’s schedule seemed to never allow him make it to Bible study at Tam’s church such that he was pleasantly surprised when he got a call from Kem asking if he could join them at the next Bible study.
Tam made a mental note to talk with Kem after their Bible study about finding a Bible based home church even if OTR was not an option. From Kem’s questions asked during the Bible study, it was clear he had at a minimum, a curiosity about forging a personal relationship with God, but seemed to think he needed “to “be ready” before he could make himself fully available.
He suspected this desire to draw closer to God had something to do with Kem’s efforts to get back in Sammie’s good books.
Sammie had made it clear that her relationship with God was her first priority. In Kem’s words “I am pulling out the heavy artillery for this one.”. He had met Sammie about a year ago and things seemed to be going well. But to his surprise about seven months into the relationship, Kem decided it was best for him and Sammie to go their separate ways. Tam’s cue that things may be warming up between the two was how, Sammie seemed to come up more often, lately in Kem’s conversations.
It had been two weeks since the Bible study at OTR when Kem called to ask that they meet up the next day to go over the design mockups for Kanyi’s group. Continue reading “Kemelayefa Crisis- Identity Crisis”