The impact of Coronavirus is widespread, including on our campus in Eswatini. But we’re adapting and responding to keep everyone safe and continue our mission.
Lynn Rhodes is retiring from African Christian College . . . and we want to say Siyabonga! (Thank you!) for his service over the past nine years. As a beloved member of African Christian College, Lynn Rhodes has taught over 50 courses — from math and computers to counselling, from ethics and theology to practicums. […]
By Celeste Jacobs-Richards It is important as we have seen in the previous write ups to implement and addresses practices in the areas of physical and, mental and emotional areas of our lives. Most importantly is our spiritual lives; our personal relationship with Jesus Christ our Saviour. I respect each individuals personal relationship, I do […]
By Celeste Jacobs-Richards It is common and normal for people to want to change, move away from or stop difficult emotions such as anger, fear, anxiety and the like. In order to look after oneself it is important to allow the feeling rather than fight or suppress it. We often use defense mechanisms to avoid […]
By Celeste Jacobs-Richards As we go through different experiences daily, some easier than others, some clearly understandable and others not, we need to be aware and mindful of our senses, thoughts and feelings in the here-and-now. Being mindful is acknowledging these parts of yourself, labelling them and accepting them without judgement. Think about what you […]
By Celeste Jacobs-Richards The world is going through trying, confusing and maybe anxiety provoking times with the Covid-19 pandemic. This has resulted in decreased structure, decreased social interaction, increased uncertainty, and many difficult emotions and thoughts for all. Stressors will reduce our capacity for coping and managing during challenging times. Take note, it is not […]