DOZ Issue 28 February 2018 - Page 21

from different walks of life, done different things. I’ve worked with Hollywood actors and actresses, as well as UK international actors and comedians and actresses. But the wonderful thing about it as well is that I am also able to minister to people, not necessarily to thrust things down their throats but to just have a discussion with them and be with them in a way that is really about demonstrating, I believe, Christ and God’s love to the best of my ability and so much so that we did have a photographic shoot in someone’s house recently and this person was quite wealthy and we got talking and I was able to share with him, the fact that I had been ill and how God had really put His hand on my life and helped me to recover and my health has been restored and I can now go out and do what I do. And he had been diagnosed with an illness and he said, you know I am really interested in what you have to say. And he went away and came back at the end of the shoot, and he said, I want to talk to you some more, and gave me his card, and we’ve been in discussion. Now, that wouldn’t normally happen if I hadn’t come into this line of work. So, it’s just an opportunity to really share the gospel and to impart and impact other people’s lives and also be impacted and keep learning from other people as well. So, yes, it’s a blessing. Does this job require any special talents, or can anyone do it? I believe anyone can do it. However, I think if you want to be successful, you have to really come from a perspective of wanting to achieve excellence and giving up your best. I was on the film set one day, and it was bitterly cold. I had worn what I thought was required; a nice warm coat and they said, oh no, you’re too glamorous, too DOZ Magazine February 2018 21 «