This article reports on a qualitative exploration of the well-being and meaning that second- and
third-generation Christians from an African context experience because of their integration
of religion in their life and being. A textured, integrated tapestry is created of the participants’
understanding of God (God-concept), experience of their relationship with God (God-image) and
understanding of life as coloured by their belief systems. The contribution of their God-belief to
their sense of meaning and psychological well-being frames the tapestry of this article.