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Stress is a normal part of life and a certain amount can actually be beneficial as a motivator. However excessive stress and worry is one of the major causes of ill health and bad relationships. For this reasons learning how to manage stress is vitally important to a stable, healthy, joyful life.
Stress management has a lot to do with self discipline combined with a generally healthy life style, both of which require the implementation of certain planned good practices. The aim is that these good practices become life style habits as through good habits,  the bad “habits” of stress and worry can be managed. Putting good practices in place requires prayer, focus, resolve, self control and above all TIME. This issue of time management is probably one of the most crucial disciplines to living a peaceful, healthy, holistic lifestyle.
As a family man (three grown up children and three foster children), businessman (property developer and administrator), self supporting minister, and trustee of a number of non profit organizations, it has always been a big challenge to manage the stress and worry that a busy life produces. I have learnt, and am still learning, how to do the things I need to do and yet live a healthy, joyful life where my soul is at rest despite the difficult circumstances, trials and tribulations that are a part of  everyday life.
Here are some pointers gleaned through forty years of trial, error and learning from others.

Jesus called us not be worry or be anxious. Therefore dealing with stress is part of our spiritual calling and warfare. From a Christian perspective it goes without saying that each of us need to hear what the Spirit is wanting us to do, as we are all different, however we are all called to learn from others and much of this advice has good historical Church roots. Interestingly recent research has found that most of these spiritual disciplines have proven physical and mental health benefits. Regular peaceful spiritual exercises relieve stress. (the times indicated below are minimum suggestions).
1. Meditation; spend 20 minutes a day in quieting prayer.
2. Pray with your spouse daily (10 minutes).
3. Withdraw to a quite place at the start of the day, hand the day to the Lord and ask the Spirit to show you how to order your day. (15 minutes). Then plan your diary.
4. Systematically read the bible and journal the things that stand out and what you feel the Spirit is saying (daily).
5. Fast for 2-3 days on a regular basis (quarterly).
6. Set aside weekends for retreats (quarterly).
7. Set aside quiet mornings (monthly).
8. The above must be centred around handing burdens over to a loving God and abiding in His grace.
9. Regularly meet with a peer group (of the same sex), pray with them and be accountable to them.
10. Find an elder to be your spiritual director.
11. Attend a graceful church and commit to fellowship.
12. If your church is legalistic, religious and works orientated, move on.
13. Times of solitude and silence are good for the soul.

Regular exercise relieves stress and acts as a barrier against the damages of stress.
1. Look after you body, avoid injuries, if you don’t you will suffer as you age.
2. Get a minimum of three 30 minutes sessions of aerobic exercise weekly. Preferably outdoors in fresh air. Walking, swimming and cycling are best as they don’t damage the joints.
3. Use sun screen and wear a hat. Avoid too much sun.
5. Avoid lifts, walk up stairs. Walk or cycle when you can.
6. Find out what your optimum weight is and stick to it – this is one of the most crucial aspects of good health.
7. Be aware of your body and changes in your body, consult a doctor if you are not sure.
8. For those who are married, put aside specific regular time for making love. Good sex is part of a good marriage and good health.

Stress prevents your body from metabolizing food properly, therefore good eating is part of the war against stress.
1. Eat balanced healthy whole foods. Avoid processed foods. Avoid fast foods & sugary foods. Go organic. Grow some vegetables. Drink raw milk. Use olive oil. Avoid excessive meat consumption.
2. Drink one 750ml water, first thing in the morning and 2 litres a day. Keep hydrated, but don’t over hydrate.
3. Avoid using prescription drugs and antibiotics unless absolutely necessary. The body heals itself with rest and time.
4. Eat probiotics foods; good yoghurt, raw honey, etc.
5. Eat lots of vegetables and fruits, at least six portions daily.
6.  Fresh berries and raw nuts are top anti-aging foods. Eat a handful daily.

Good sleep us critical to good physical and mental health. Stress often attacks our ability to sleep.
1. Find out how much sleep you need. A young adult normally needs eight hours.
2. Set aside time for adequate, regular sleep.
3. During the week try to set fixed times for sleeping so it becomes a habit. e.g. 10pm-6am.
4. As much as possible make sure your bedroom is dark and sound proof.
5. Don’t use your computer or phone before sleeping as their light will put your body clock out of sync.
6. Switch off your phone at night.
7. Keep a note pad by the bed. If you wake up worrying, write things down, pray silently and go back to sleep.
8. Avoid coffee and too many caffeine drinks. One cup of good coffee a day.
9. Ten minute power naps at lunch time are helpful.
10. Avoid using sleeping tablets. They are addictive.
11. Keep your bedroom for Sleeping, resting and love making only.
12. Take turns in massaging each other at bedtime. It’s good for sleep and good for marriages.
13. If you can, set aside Saturday as a Sabbath (a day of rest).
14. Delve into Gods grace, as it’s a position of inner rest and peace.
15. Make sure you do lots of fun things.

For a Christian work must be seen as a great blessing. We work as unto the Lord with thankfulness. However it’s important to put our work in its right place. Our work is there to serve us, we are not called to be slaves to our work or boss.
1. Pray for your work and your boss.
2. In the longer term try to work towards you own business or independence.
3. Work should be enjoyable, if it’s not, you may be in the wrong job.
4. If your work is overwhelmingly stressful it may be time to look for something else.
5. Use a diary to order your day – this is essential.
6. Keep a “to do” and deal with the easy issues first as this gives a sense of achievement.
7. Work out the critical path for the things that are must does.
8. In prayer plan you month, week and day
9. Be pro-active, don’t manage by crisis.
10. Put systems in place. Every mistake should result in an improved system.
11. If you don’t know something, get help and expertise.
12. Think about getting a personal coach.
13. Equip yourself properly for the work you do.
14. Don’t let work encroach on your spiritual and family time, put sensible boundaries in place.
15. Plan and budget financially.
16. Stay out of debt.
17. Live a simple life, avoid materialism. Each possession requires time and attention.
18. Be generous and hospitable.

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Jesus shared in our humanity

Hear the good news:
Jesus; God with us (Emmanuel), God incarnate, God who took on human flesh. God choose to be carried in the womb of a young women who came from a very humble and poor family, who lived in an obscure land occupied by brutal Roman tyrants. Jesus was born in a stable, his family was then hunted down by a power hungry murderous king and forced flee to Egypt as a refugee. He was raised by a earthly father who was a humble carpenter and who probably died while Jesus was a teenager.
Jesus took on our humanity, God came and lived as one of us, he understands our pain, our sorrows, our hardships, our joys and our lives; He lived as one of us. What amazing grace this is!

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Grace based true prosperity

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One of the keys to abundant life is to understand that through grace we are called to prosper in all areas of our life; health, wholeness, financial freedom, great family relationship, longevity, etc etc. All earned for the children of God by Jesus on the cross.

It’s good news as God’s blessings are not based on your works or your doings, but on Jesus.


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Most warfare is in the mind (2Co.10:5). So we use God’s promises to change our thinking (Ro.12:2) by replacing lies with truth, and renewing our worldview so we see things by the Spirit the way God see them.

  1. Why should I feel unloved when “neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord”. (Ro.8:39)
  2. Why do I doubt God’s goodness when it says “For out of His abundance we have all received one grace after another and spiritual blessing upon spiritual blessing and even favour upon favour and gift heaped upon gift. (Jn.1:17 Amp)
  3. Why should my needs not be met knowing that “My God shall supply all my needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus?” (Phil.4: 19).
  4. Why should I say “I can’t” when the Bible says “I can do all things through Him Christ who strengthens me”? (Phil. 4: 13).
  5. Why should I fear when the Bible says ”God has not given me a spirit of fear, but of power, and of love, and a sound mind?” (2Tim.1: 7).
  6. Why should I doubt or lack faith knowing that “God has allotted to each a measure of faith?” (Romans 12: 3).
  7. Why am I weak when the Bible says “The Lord is the strength of my life “(Psalm27: 1) and “People who know their God will display strength?” (Dan.11: 32).
  8. Why should I feel condemned when the Bible says “Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus” (Ro.8:1)
  9. Why should I focus on my sins when God says “Their sins and lawless acts I will remember no more.” (Heb.10:17)
  10. Why should I focus on The Law when it says “We are not under law but under grace?”(Ro.6:15)
  11. Why should I allow Satan to have supremacy over my life, for “Greater is He that is within me than he who is within the world?” (1John4: 4) and Jesus and the cross has “disarmed the powers and authorities”(Col.2:15).
  12. Why should I accept defeat when the Bible says “Thanks be to God who always leads us in His triumph in Christ?” (2Cor.2: 14).
  13. Why should I lack wisdom when “Christ became to us wisdom from God” (1Co.1:30) and “God gives wisdom to all men generously and without reproach who asks Him for it?” (James 1: 5).
  14. Why should fear tomorrow when I can recall to my mind and therefore have hope that “the Lord’s loving-kindnesses indeed never fails, for his compassions never ever fail. They are new every morning; great is thy faithfulness?” (Lam.3: 21-23).
  15. Why should I be depressed when “The joy of the Lord is my strength (Neh.8:10) and Jesus said “I have told you this so that my joy may be in you and that your joy may be complete”. (Jn.15:11).
  16. Why should I worry and fret when I can “Cast all my anxiety on Christ, because He cares for me?” (1Peter 5: 7).
  1. Why should I ever be in bondage, for “Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.”(2Cor:3:17) and “It was for freedom that Christ set me free.”(Gal.5: 1).
  2. Why should I ever feel alone when Jesus said ”I am with you always, even to the end of the age.(Matt.28: 20). And I will never leave you nor forsake you?”(Heb.13: 5).
  3. Why should I be discontented when, like Paul, I can ”Learn to be content in whatever circumstances I am?” (Phil.4: 11).
  4. Why should I feel worthless when “God made Him who knew no sin to be sin on our behalf, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him?” (2Cor.5: 21).
  5. Why should I feel accursed or the victim of bad luck when the bible says, “Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us in order that in Christ we might receive the promise of the Spirit through faith?” (Gal.3:13-14).
  6. Why should I ever have a persecution complex, for “If God be for me, who can be against me? (Rom8: 31).
  7. Why should I be confused? “God is not the author of confusion, but of peace” (1Cor.14: 33) And, “Now we have received not the spirit of the world, but the Spirit who is from God, that we might know the things freely given to us by God.”(1Cor.2: 12).
  8. Why should I feel a failure when, “In all these things we overwhelmingly conquer through Him who loved us?” (Romans 8: 37).
  9. Why should I let the world bother me when Jesus said, “In the world you have tribulation, but take courage, I have overcome the world?” (John16: 33).
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Heb 1:9  You have loved righteousness and hated wickedness; therefore God, your God, has set you above your companions by anointing you with the oil of joy.”

Isa 61:2  to proclaim the year of the LORD’s favor and the day of vengeance of our God, to comfort all who mourn, 3  and provide for those who grieve in Zion– to bestow on them a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of joy instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair. They will be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the LORD for the display of his splendor.

(Joh 15:11) Jesus said I have told you this so that my joy may be in you and that your joy may be complete. 12  My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you.

(Joh 17:13)  “I am coming to you now, but I say these things while I am still in the world, so that they may have the full measure of my joy within them.

Today, the time of God’s favour (2Co.6:2), jubilee, is the time of grace

Unmerited favour & empowerment. Grace & blessing came in Jesus (Jn.1:16-17)

I believe Jesus was the most joyful person who ever lived….full of the Spirits joy (Lk.10:21)

Jesus had fun: e.g. Wedding feast. A boat load of fish. Multiplying food. Walking on water. Reading people thoughts etc.



(Jer.31:13)  Then young women will dance and be glad, young men and old as well. I will turn their mourning into gladness; I will give them comfort and joy instead of sorrow…. (v33) the New Covenant

Joh 16:20  Very truly I tell you, you will weep and mourn (have sorrow (KJV)) while the world rejoices. You will grieve, but your grief will turn to joy.

Part of the great exchange of the cross. He became a man of sorrow so we can have joy.

Sorrow was part of the fall – women give birth in sorrow.



Neh 8:10  Nehemiah said, “Go and enjoy choice food and sweet drinks, and send some to those who have nothing prepared. This day is holy to our Lord. Do not grieve, for the joy of the LORD is your strength.”

The anointing is one of joy. Joy is a great blessing. Being joyful is a strength. A manifestation of presence.

We have a lot to be joyful about: forgiven, immortal, union, blessed….. all the promises.



Act 13:52  And the disciples were filled with joy and with the Holy Spirit.

(Gal.5:18) Led by the Spirit…..  (v22) the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace…….

1Th 1:6  You became imitators of us and of the Lord, for you welcomed the message in the midst of severe suffering with the joy given by the Holy Spirit.

1Pe 1:8  Though you have not seen him, you love him; and even though you do not see him now, you believe in him and are filled with an inexpressible and glorious joy.

It’s all about presence, God in us, God upon us, hidden in Christ, abiding in Him, alive in Christ (Gal.2:20)….

There is an emotion of joy, but also a fruit – joy becomes part of the Christian character, and it’s wonderful and attractive!

The Spirit in us produces a joyful character within, the Spirit on us imparts joy without.



(1CO.4:9) We have been made a spectacle to the whole universe, to angels as well as to men. 10 We are fools for Christ, but you are so wise in Christ! We are weak, but you are strong! You are honored, we are dishonored!

(1CO.1:26) Brothers, think of what you were when you were called. Not many of you were wise by human standards; not many were influential; not many were of noble birth. 27 But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong.

One day the Lord asked me “Garry will you be a fool for Christ? Because people will mock & laugh at your childlikeness, your laughter, your simplicity- especially fellow (wise) Christians“.

It’s interesting that in the old days the king would have a Court Fool (a Jester) who was there to bring joy to the king and comfort him when things were getting the king down. The interesting thing is that because the Court Fool was normally looked down upon and scorned  by the court nobles, he was the “kings man” because he did not side with one faction or another (as he was not considered insignificant by those who plotted intrigue and formed factions) and because he was devoted to the king. Because of this the “Fool” was trusted by the king and knew the kings inner most secrets and struggles. He was often sent as a neutral ambassador for the king when messages needed to be passed discretely to visiting people of power or to help defuse a dangerous situation. A Fool was one that had overcome his pride and self consciousness, one who was prepared to do anything to bring the king joy. He laid down his own agenda and ambitions to serve the king at all times, he dwelt in the house of the king and was on call all hours. The Fool was looked down upon, mocked and scorned by the “wise” for his simple childlike devotion to the king, some may have even considered him mad or simple. But the Fool who laid down his pride, enjoy a relationship of intimacy with the king that few others ever knew.



Rom 5:21  so that, just as sin reigned in death, so also grace might reign through righteousness

1Co 1:30  It is because of him that you are in Christ Jesus, who has become for us wisdom from God–that is, our righteousness, holiness and redemption.

Rom 1:17  For in the gospel the righteousness of God is revealed–a righteousness that is by faith from first to last, just as it is written: “The righteous will live by faith.”

Isa 61:3 We are Oaks of righteousness

Knowing we are right with God through Jesus is the foundation of joy – it’s all a gift of grace



Mat 6:33  But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.

Rom 14:17  For the kingdom of God is not a matter of eating and drinking, but of righteousness, peace and joy in the Holy Spirit,  18  because anyone who serves Christ in this way is pleasing to God.

The missing link: Spirit righteousness that produces joy and carefree attitude.

Kingdom living is joyful living.

The kingdom came by the Spirit and people thought they were drunk (Acts 2:15)

Be filled with the Spirit and sing heart songs (Eph5: 10) ….. sounds like a spiritual drunkeness –  not wine drunkeness

Psa 23:5  You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies. You anoint my head with oil; my cup overflows.

Joy is spiritual warfare – we laugh at the enemies schemes



Psa 126:2  (Zion) Our mouths were filled with laughter, our tongues with songs of joy. Then it was said among the nations, “The LORD has done great things for them.” 3  The LORD has done great things for us, and we are filled with joy.

Luk 6:21  Blessed are you who hunger now, for you will be satisfied. Blessed are you who weep now, for you will laugh.

Laughter is the most common and natural expression of joy

It’s real medicine – we all need to smile and laugh a lot – it has physiological and phycological affect

Laughing people are healthier people, attractive people.

Abraham our spiritual father was righteous by faith…. he knew the gospel from the king of righteousness.

His son, his only son, his son of the promise; Isaac = He who laughs



There are many examples of physical signs or manifestations throughout the bible. In fact the bible teaches that we can expect signs to accompany the preaching of the Gospel and the presence of God among us. Sometimes these signs may appear strange to people watching.

(Gen.15:12) Abraham fell into a deep sleep…. and the Lord spoke to him

(Ezek.3:23) God’s glory came and Ezekiel fell down… and the Lord spoke to him.

(1Sam19:24) King Saul lays down and prophesies non-stop for 24 hours.

(Daniel 10: 8-17) In the presence of a visitation Daniel lost his strength, fell down, trembled all over, experienced fear, was unable to speak, and was unable to breath properly.

(John 18:6) When Jesus spoke, people involuntarily fell to the ground.

(Acts 9:4) When Paul heard Jesus’ voice he involuntarily fell down.

(Rev. 1:17) John fell down when Jesus appeared to him.

(Jeremiah 5:22) Says that we can expect to tremble in God’s presence.

(Jeremiah 23:9) When God’s word is preached Jeremiah trembled and appeared to be drunk.

(Habakkuk 3:16) He heard God’s word, his heart pounded, his legs trembled and he got weak.

(Acts 2:15) When the Holy Spirit came at Pentecost the disciples appeared to be drunk.

(Eph. 5:18) Paul equates the experience of being filled with the Spirit to that of being drunk.

(Neh. 8:9) People wept as scripture was read.

(Psalm 126:2) People who have been set free laugh and sing for joy.

(Mat. 3:11) Jesus baptizes us with the Holy Spirit and fire, where there is spiritual fire, we can expect to get hot.



The personal diaries and journals of great men and women of the Church record such signs.

Jonathan Edwards the main leader of the Great Awakening in America (1725-1760) in The Distinguishing Marks of a Work of the Spirit of God records in detail such physical signs coming upon people as he preached.

John Wesley (founder of the Methodists) and his close friend George Whitefield were both amazed at such things happening as they preached. Whitefield noted people having a type of “harmless convulsion” and other strange physical manifestations.

Charles Finney (1792-1875) one of the greatest 19th century evangelists also recalls such physical signs coming upon people as he evangelized.

George Fox (1624-1691) founded the Quakers – why do you think they were called Quakers? His journals are full of amazing physical signs as God’s power was released.

Charles H. Spurgeon says in his Autobiography p124 that “there is as much holiness in a laugh as in a cry…. I may laugh the laugh of sarcasm against sin”

  1. Martyn Llyod-Jones states in Revival p134-136 that in the presence of God people may fall, faint, go into trances, become unconscious.

Quakers and Shakers (org.17thcentuary) were called by this name because of their shaking and trembling.

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Jesus gave thanks & then fed more than 5000 people.He gave thanks & then raised the dead. Jesus showed us that thanksgiving is a spiritually powerful act.Thanksgiving and gratitude is part of living in the favor and blessings of Gods grace. Thanksgiving renews the mind & puts our focus on God & His goodness to us as His beloved children. Jesus is our thank offering & Jesus qualifies us in every way for the abundant life He promised so that we can share His life with others, the question is can we see it, do we want it, & how do we live in it. Thanksgiving is a key.
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International teams visiting

As part of our missional interaction with teams from the USA,  EU, and  Australia a team from Ashland University Ohio, spent three weeks at our outreach Grace-Love-Truth: The Isaiah House in Molweni, KZN. They were an amazing blessing – well done everyone, thanks for coming!
Let us know if you have University or Church team wanting to link in with us or who want to visit. Contact one of our representatives on Face Book: Abby Mkhwanazi (SA),  Mallorie Miller (USA),  Rachel Mthembu (Australia), check out  and 

USA team visit

We have been hosing teams  for the past twelve years so as to bridge the culture gap and advance the kingdom. The teams live in the local community and get involved in cross cultural outreach through evangelism, discipleship and training, preaching, building, serving the poor, kids clubs etc. They will be stretched and will grow in faith and ability as we help them share the good news. At the same time enjoying local outdoor beauty of South Africa surfing, hiking/ trekking, rock climbing and other sports which we offer as either as an add on or use to empower local youth.

As a perk to the mission we can also arrange adventure trips such as game viewing, shark interaction, scuba diving, high mountain hike  as these are all fairly local.

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Grace thoughts for encouragement

Some thoughts on grace living….
>>Grace puts aside every barrier & disqualification that has robbed us of our true identity as mature children of God. #jesusgrace transforms!
>>Don’t miss Gods grace & allow offense & bitterness to take root & defile your family. Heb.12:15. Be quick to love & forgive- that’s grace!
>>A profound& hidden truth is that our level of understanding & receiving Gods grace determines our true identity- Without it we are blinded.
>>The good news is also that we no longer have to justify ourselves to others all the time. We are justified by Jesus & allow him to defend us.
>>Jesus died for our sins & was raised to justify us. (Ro.4:25). We don’t have to justify ourselves to God – that’s grace.
>>Many look to the past & yet can’t enjoy today. The reality is, today is the good times you will one day look back on – So enjoy the now!
>>Against all hope, Abraham in hope believed …. being fully convinced God had power to do what he had promised. Yep, just like life today.
>>Gods freely given love & grace, found in Jesus alone, sets us free from the useless religion of law keeping & fear that justified no one.
Be blessed and encourage those around you. We are loved!

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Fitness, vitality, health & a long life

Abraham was a prophetic example of the New Covenant believer who lives by faith and grace.
(Gal.3:7) teaches that we are sons of Abraham and his blessing are our blessings (in Christ).
Abraham and his wife Sarah have something to teach us about old age. Their story is not there as some history lesson but as a living example of God’s grace.
When reading (Gen.24:1) “Abraham was now very old, and the LORD had blessed him in every way” many assume that Abraham, was old and frail. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact at 135, after the death of his first wife, Abraham married a new young wife, had six more children and live another 40 years, prospering in all he did.  Also, the good news for the ladies, is that Abraham’s first wife, Sarah, was like a youth in her 80’s. She had a child, Isaac, was so beautiful that Kings desired her, and she lived another 40 years. What I’m saying is that their abundant full life started in their 80’s because God’s grace and favor changed the natural order of things. This is what miracles are, when God’s supernatural power overcomes the laws of nature.
The issue today is that many Christians are living according to the bad reports of the world concerning aging. People are getting fearful and depressed as the years go by. We are listening to all the bad news reports that at a certain age certain sicknesses and weaknesses will occur. This is a problem as what we fix our eyes on and what we believe, we will generally act out. abraham
Our call in faith is to fix our eyes on Jesus and now know that we no longer live by the standards and beliefs of the world. Instead we live by the Word and the Spirit. So let us reject the world’s ways, renew our thinking and our minds and see Sarah and Abraham as our example as we get older.
Be blessed, healthy and full of the abundant life of Jesus (Jn.10:10) as the years go by expect more not less. May the latter years be more blessed than the former years. Live in this grace.

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