AIDS/HIV

Why Does God Allow Suffering?Premium Content

Do you question why a good God would allow suffering?

You are not logged in. Full article & information available to those who support the ministry through membership.
Please: Log in or Join Now

Finding Hope when You Have AIDsPremium Content

Do you or a loved one have AIDs? Here is help.

You are not logged in. Full article & information available to those who support the ministry through membership.
Please: Log in or Join Now

I just found out that I have AIDS. What do I do?

I just found out that I have AIDS. What do I do?

This must be a difficult and very scary time for you. Have you given your life to the Lord? Have you trusted Jesus to be your Savior and friend? If not, you need to. He wants to trade burdens with you. In Matthew 11:30, He says, "For my yoke is easy and my burden is light." If you turn to the Lord, you still will have AIDS but you will have the assurance that Jesus Christ, himself, will help you by carrying the burden for you. He will get you through it. And then you will spend eternity with Him in Heaven.

Psychiatric Dimensions of HIV and AIDSPremium Content

Document Description
Mental health problems can strike anybody, but people with HIV are more likely to experience a range of mental health issues. More common are feelings of acute emotional distress, depression, and anxiety, which can often accompany adverse life-events. HIV also can directly infect the brain, causing impairment to memory and thinking. In addition, some anti-HIV drugs can have mental health side effects.

You are not logged in. Full article & information available to those who support the ministry through membership.
Please: Log in or Join Now

Your membership & donations make this ministry possible.
If you have been helped please:

Join Us  or  Donate

Contact Us

Syndicate content