HIV and the Church

    // From the Blog

    In previous part of this blog series, we stated that both people in our community and many Christians still live in denial about HIV&AIDS, and it is crucially important to inform denial with factual education and transform denial with theological wisdom. Three (3) ways we are in denial were covered in Part 2a. Here are two (2) more to insights that give us pause for thought and inspiration for action....
    Let’s face it. Both people in our community and many Christians still live in denial about HIV&AIDS. Our denial can be a killer, not only of a tremendous ministry obligation/opportunity but especially of relationships to people around us who survive and thrive with HIV&AIDS. It is crucially important to inform denial with factual education and transform denial with theological wisdom. There are at least ten ways we can be accurately educated and communicate truth to combat stigma and fear! ...
    Some days you never forget, and those days have the power to change you and your life forever! My life as a Christian and Pastor changed forever when I answered a knock at our church’s front doors. ...
    Commemorating the same date in 1882, when Dr. Robert Koch discovered the mycobacterium that produces tuberculosis, the World Health Organization warned on Monday, World Tuberculosis (TB) Day, that drug-resistant tuberculosis is a growing problem worldwide....


     
    // Featured Story

    Being an AIDS Treatment Activist for the past 17 years, David fights for the availability of better treatment everyday. Living with the virus himself he consumes 45 pills everyday to stay alive. He believes we can't end AIDS without the help of every church.