Hope of Hope and Healing
The Homes of Hope and Healing program involves opening our homes to our neighbors for fellowship and learning and focuses primarily on outreach. These eight topics are founded securely in the Bible, and work well for small groups meetings. We begin with what we call “bridge” lessons that focus on areas of health and personal development: emotions, anxiety, stress, relationships, guilt, good thinking, hope against depress, resilience, and we end by showing how Jesus brings hope and healing.
Download here, Homes for Hope and Healing, a 96-page booklet as PDF, the leader's PowerPoint presentations, and individual lessons in Word.
Thinking Well, Living Well
This series of ten seminars about mental health will help Christians openly and compassionately talk about the subject.
The time has come for the Seventh-day Adventist Church to become educated and to recognize when members need help.
Many Seventh-day Adventist congregations have found that when the community is invited to attend Thinking Well, Living Well mental health seminars held by women, our members are empowered with another outreach tool.
NEW! Available for the first time on our website. Download here, Thinking Well, Living Well participant manual and presenter's slides with notes.
What is it that separates women of excellence from women of mediocrity?
It is by being focused, through having a cause, a destination, a goal, a purpose.
The apostle Paul says it this way: "I focus on this one thing: Forgetting the past and looking forward to what lies ahead" (Philippians 3:3, NLT).