Mental attitude

A healthy mental attitude determines how we handle stress, relate to others and make choices.

You can take care of your mental health by

  • Being physically fit.
  • Connecting with others.
  • Developing a sense of meaning and purpose in life.
  • Getting enough sleep.
  • Meditating on God’s word.
  • Getting professional help if needed.

What can God do with difficult circumstances

“I know that you can do all things and that no purpose of yours can be thwarted. ” Job 42:2 Are you struggling/ grappling with very difficult things in your life? Like loss in buisinesses, family hardship, unemployment, cars breaking down and discouragements in life? Im the most of these hardships, it is easy to doubt that God can redeem the pain; recover what is lost, and heal that is broken. Can He truly fit the pieces of our suffering into a hopeful future?

If we rely on what our circumstances looks like, we may believe that the Lord is not able to make something good come from our hardships. But the truth is, God can and does change our circumstances. His power to give a future and hope never changes. That is why it is important to take action when difficulties bring doubt into our faith. How do we do this?

Believe in the word 

While Jobs family, home, crops and health were demolished God was preparing to give him double. Job 1 and 2; Job 42:10

While Joseph was a slave and a prisoner; God was planning for him to be second in command over Egypt (Genensis 39:19-21 and 41:41)

While peter lost Faith and denied Christ. God knew Peter would be instrumental in growing the Christian Church by proclaiming Christ to thousands.

While Mary watched Jesus dying on the cross, God had full knowledge of Jesus being resurrected and seated on His heavenly throne! No matter what the dire, deary circumstances, remember God can reverse, restore, revive and renew! Be on the lookout for His plans that are already in motion right now, even in the midst of your difficult times. Trust Him, He can take any circumstance and use it for your good and His Glory.

That’s the Issue

Rev Dr. Alphonce Kanga

Parish Minister

Is it taking you longer than it did to learn a new task?

Have you forgotten about a Doctor’s appointment?

You may be suffering form a mild or serious memory problem. Seek a doctor’s help to determine if your problem is normal or not, or what is causing it.

Signs of a serious memory problem include:

  • Asking the same question repeatedly.
  • Getting lost in familiar places.
  • Not being able to follow instructions.
  • Becoming confused about time, people and places.