Anxiety can begin with the two simple words ‘what if’, and can send you tumbling down a spiral of irrational thoughts, making you feel like everything is out of control. Grounding helps by bringing you back to the reality that things are under control.
When going on an outreach your focus is often on the positive impact it will have on the people you are going to serve and rarely on what it can do for you. But as you reflect on it, you realise that the experience has done something to you that makes you look at life through different glasses. Glasses that add value and worth, not only to those whom you are serving, but also to your own life.
Taking God’s Kingdom to hearts homes and beyond, has been known to transform the very person’s own heart and life forever!
In tough times, the temptation can be to get anxious and live with extra caution, but what we should do is become even more generous, knowing that God will not only provide for our needs, but also the seed He is asking us to sow.
We look at broken down walls and see them as a huge a mountain to be climbed. But in rebuilding the walls God is not asking us to take it all upon ourselves
On Youth Day, two outreach teams took to the streets of Mamelodi East, a community mission to show God’s love in action to those in need
Overcoming fear and anxiety and having the courage to sometimes say no.
In James 4:7 the Bible instructs us to submit to God, resist the devil and he will flee. So I choose to submit to God with unreserved obedience.
Shame is a destructive emotion disguised in many subtle ways. It leads to an eroded sense of self and causes insecurity, anger and anxiety. Through caring counsellors and the work of the Holy Spirit those imprisoned by shame can break free. Hope Centre stories that spill from healing hearts are shared to bring hope to those suffering, and ultimately to glorify God.