Life Centre offers focused areas of ministry for those who need care in difficult times.
Our desire is to see that each person will be restored to live wholeheartedly and in quality relationship with God and others.
A dedicated team of called ones, pastors and professionals are passionate about guiding
and supporting others though emotional and spiritual issues and challenging times.
To make an appointment please contact Elri Kuhn at [email protected]
Divorce Care is a 13-week program to guide you through the challenges of divorce or separation towards rebuilding your life.
We also offer a Divorce Care for Kids group which is a safe space where your children can learn skills to help them on the journey towards healing.
GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences of losing a loved-one.
You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.
Our team knows how you feel because they’ve been in the same place. They will walk with you on the long path through grief toward healing and hope for the future.
GriefShare will take place from the 31st of January for 13 Weeks.
Sunday afternoons from 15:30 – 17:30 at Doxa Deo Fichardtpark.
For more information feel free to contact Elri Kuhn at [email protected]
SoulCare is not a counselling session. It is a facilitated time of interaction between an individual and God (Father, Son and Holy Spirit).
The focused outcome of a SoulCare session is freedom and restoration. SoulCare is an effective inner healing ministry.
It deals with the root of that which hinders us from living in an intimate relationship with God, revealing His truth, and replacing the lies we have come to accept as truth.
Knowing the truth enables us to fully live out our purpose and identity.
SoulCare sessions are facilitated by trained volunteers who do not receive any compensation.
For more information please contact Elri Kuhn at [email protected]
While South Africa is in lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus, for some, isolating at home presents additional risks. Know that help is available during the lockdown – for anyone at risk of domestic and gender-based violence.
The following are a few suggestions for developing a personalised and practical Safety Plan – for staying safe while enduring an abusive relationship, or when planning to leave, and after leaving – during the lockdown.
While every situation is unique, these tips are meant to help you think of actions that work for your own situation.
*Click on the link below to open the digital safety planning document..