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You just made the 

BEST DECISION EVER

This is the best decision you will ever make! Now that you are saved, Jesus invites you to experience new life on earth. No one is perfect, but we have opportunities every day to progress in our faith and grow in our relationship with God.



Although the topics of mental health and spirituality are not commonly discussed together, we believe spirituality can have a positive impact on our mental health.  When we face emotional challenges, God’s power and unfailing love are available to us. Additionally, the family of God is a source of strength. We believe that We were not made “to do life alone” so we create opportunities to connect with other believers; striving to live the kind of life that He intended.  


YOU HAVE QUESTIONS & WE HAVE ANSWERS


What should I do when I experience negative emotions?

The human experience can be quite diverse, often full of a range of  emotions.  Be comforted in knowing that Jesus is well acquainted with your emotions.  Hebrews 4:15 (NLT) says that Jesus “…understands our weaknesses, for He faced all of the same testings we do,…”.  If; however, negative emotions linger, it can be helpful to consult a specialist.  A therapist or Christian counselor offer a safe environment to express emotions and provide new and effective ways of handling life’s challenges.

Do I lack faith because I worry about things?

Anxiety is a human emotion.  Christians are not immune to anxiety.  Many biblical greats suffered from anxiety; namely, Martha (Luke 10:40-42), Job (Job 2:1, 20:22), Elijah (I Kings 19).  Jesus experienced anxiety the night before he died. Jesus walked the earth as God in flesh-He gets it.

I feel like I have a harder time than other people when there are changes in my life.

Transitions can be challenging. Grief is involved in all significant changes, losses, and life transitions, not just in the death of a loved person.  People experience grief with relocation, retirement, loss of health, aging, etc.  Responses to loss vary greatly depending on several factors such as: previous experiences, support systems, and emotional wellbeing, just to name a few. Regardless of your preparedness for change, the good news is that God is always ready and available to comfort, strengthen, and keep you.



Who can I call when I am in crisis?

Trained professionals are available with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-TALK (8255) 

Suicide Texttochat:

TextHOMEto741741
NationalSuicidePreventionLifeline:1-800-273-8255 NationalSuicidePreventionLifeline: www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat CrisisTextLine:www.crisistextline.orgREALCrisis:252-758-4357

Mental Health and Substance Use MobileCrisis/IntegratedFamilyServices: 1-866-437-1821 IntegratedFamilyServices
CrisisChat:www.integratedfamilyservices.net/crisis-chat-service
Trilium Crisis:1-877-685-2415
NC Crisis Solutions: www.crisisolutionsnc.org

Domestic and Partner Violence Center for Family Violence Prevention: 252-752-381

 

I struggle with decision making?

Goals change according to the varied priorities in different phases of our lives.  Sometimes life calls for tough choices, and that’s OK.  Some major life choices can be awesome opportunities that bring reward and blessings. Connecting with other believers in a local ministry can help you learn about how God’s plan and your purpose intersect.  Communicating what is important to you to God welcomes change, possibility, guidance, and inspired ideas.

 

I am at a major crossroads with my career, family, finances, spiritual life. etc.

Goals change according to the varied priorities in different phases of our lives.  Sometimes life calls for tough choices, and that’s OK.  Some major life choices can be awesome opportunities that bring reward and blessings.  While the ultimate decision is yours, we can partner with you to explore the options that reflect God’s will for your life.




CONTACT

1405 SW Greenville Blvd.  
Greenville, NC 27834

info@kccfamily.com

P: 252-752-1898
F: 252-752-6884

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