Reverend Kathy Kiuna of Jubilee Christian Church has asked single mothers not to be too hard on themselves, urging them to trust God.
Kathy had in a past interview that she had gotten a child at only 21 yet she was not married.
“I have lived the life, I did not drop from heaven, I even got a child when I was 21, three years before I got married”
Kiuna, who is a mother of three, advised single mothers that the journey might get lonely but there is always light at the end of the tunnel.
Being a single mother is hard when you’re trying to meet the emotional, spiritual and physical needs of your children all while you’re trying to meet those same needs for yourself.
Between a career, the child (children) extracurricular activities, making dinner, paying bills.
sometimes it’s easy to get lost in everything else that we forget ourselves.
It gets lonely. It feels like you’re alone. It’s overwhelming.
However, you don’t have to do it on your own.
According to Kathy it’s always advisable to trust in God.
You don’t have to parent on your own. Cling to God, and seek His wisdom and His provision.
As difficult as it may be, there is nothing too difficult for our God.
He will give you everything you need so that you will have nothing missing and nothing lacking.
He loves you and your children; God loves you so very much.
Like all single mothers Kathy said it took her a long time to understand that she could still find love and acceptance despite having a child.
It took me a long time to understand that people aren’t guaranteed to stay, but God will NEVER leave and He will NEVER forsake.(Deuteronomy 31:8)
Rest in knowing His perfect Love will protect you, provide for you,and guide you.
Always. He will lead you to the man that will love you and your baby/ babies just as He led me to @bishopkiuna
The couple have been married for 23 years and they recently celebrated their anniversary by going out for a vacation.
Below are photos of the couples kids and their grand kids