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Coping with Covid-19 pandemic; God in charge

The Covid- 19 pandemic is unlike anything we have experienced before. The tally of the sick and deceased is mounting, making many fear and struggle with the improbability of what lies ahead. In a way, everything to date feels chaotic and uncertain. Pauline Akello explores the effect of Covid-19 on different people and how God is in control, regardless.

Jesus’ despised background did not limit His victory

In the birth of Jesus we see Gods’ commitment of turning things around (Isaiah 43:19). One would have expected that He would do this through thunder and lightning so as to draw attention to His power and intention.

Running the Christian race: it is not to the swift

The call to the Christian race starts with choosing to follow Jesus Christ, who sets the rules of the game and has modelled the details of the race.

What others say about the need for Christians to pray always

We are living in a time when men have come up with different kinds of prayers and confession lines. For example; a prayer to break generational curses, a prayer to align your destiny and more. The question I always ask is; do you have the revelation of the man that wrote that prayer? Prayer is so personal.

The need for prayer: why a true Christian should pray

With countless challenges brought about by Covid-19, people have resorted to calling on God to intervene and save them from hardships. But prayer should not be an emergency tool drawn out only when troubled.

Editorial

Editorial

A time for everything

By Pr Isaiah White One day you wake up, get ready and go to school and before you know...

Women who first saw Christ’s resurrection

By Kate Tamale-Sali Did you know that it was the women who first saw Jesus after He rose from...

It is finished

The seven last sayings of Jesus at the Cross (part 3) Sixth and seventh By Pr...

My God, My God, I thirst

The seven last sayings of Jesus at the Cross (part 2) Fourth and Fifth By Pr...

The seven last sayings of Jesus at the Cross (Part 1)

First, second and third By Pr Isaiah White In The Seven Last Sayings of Jesus at...

Science and Health

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Do blood clots in the uterus put my baby at risk?

Sometimes bleeding during pregnancy indicates an impending miscarriage or a condition that needs prompt treatment.

Habits that boost your brain functions

he foods we eat can have a big impact on the structure and the health of our brains. Eating a brain-boosting diet can support both short and long-term brain functions.

Coping with Covid-19 pandemic; God in charge

The Covid- 19 pandemic is unlike anything we have experienced before. The tally of the sick and deceased is mounting, making many fear and struggle with the improbability of what lies ahead. In a way, everything to date feels chaotic and uncertain. Pauline Akello explores the effect of Covid-19 on different people and how God is in control, regardless.

Church attendance impacts mental health-new report

The study, which was published in December 2021, found that weekly churchgoers topped the 14 subgroups on mental and emotional health, with 44 per cent of weekly churchgoers rating their own mental or emotional wellbeing as “excellent”.

Does being underweight affect child birth?

I have always been told that I am too small and underweight. Is it true that being underweight may have a possible risk to childbirth? How do I gain weight in a healthy way? Edwinah.


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