AIDS/HIV

Luke 4 - 5
“Ses’khona” means “we are here” in the SiSwati language. This is Part 1 of a 10-study series about presenting Christ in the HIV/AIDS crisis.
Luke 10:25-37
Ses’khona means “we are here” in the SiSwati language. This is Part 2 of a 10-study series about presenting Christ in the HIV/AIDS crisis. The second study in this series looks at the story of the Good Samaritan. Why and how can we get involved with those in need?
Ses’khona means “we are here” in the SiSwati language. This is Part 3 of a 10-study series about presenting Christ in the HIV/AIDS crisis. The third study in this series examines how healing works in various dimensions.
Ses’khona means “we are here” in the SiSwati language. This is Part 4 of a 10-study series about presenting Christ in the HIV/AIDS crisis. This Bible study examines how Jesus approached gender perceptions.
Luke 4:1-13
Ses’khona means “we are here” in the SiSwati language. This is Part 5 of a 10-study series  about presenting Christ in the HIV/AIDS crisis. This study examines how to face temptation and how to deal with addictions. Why should we look to Jesus when struggling
Luke 7:36-50
Ses’khona means “we are here” in the SiSwati language. This is Part 6 of a 10-study series about presenting Christ in the HIV/AIDS crisis.This study approaches the delicate topic of sexuality. What does sexual wholeness look like and what can we do to ask for help
Luke 6:37-49
Ses’khona means “we are here” in the SiSwati language. This is Part 7 of a 10-study series about presenting Christ in the HIV/AIDS risis. This study shows the difference between God’s judgment and our judgment of others.
Luke 15:11-32
Ses’khona means “we are here” in the SiSwati language. This is Part 8 of a 10-study series about presenting Christ in the HIV/AIDS crisis. This study in Luke 15:11-32 demonstrates Jesus’ love for the social outcasts of his day.
Ses’khona means “we are here” in the SiSwati language. This is Part 9 of a 10-study series about presenting Christ in the HIV/AIDS crisis. This study approaches the difficult, but inevitable, topic of death. It tells how Jesus coped with his own death. As Christians, how
Luke 24:13-49
Ses’khona means “we are here” in the SiSwati language. This is Part 10 of a 10-study series about presenting Christ in the HIV/AIDS crisis. This final study looks at what lies beyond death and the hope of eternal life through Christ.
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