What is your season of life right now? Many of us may be fighting the changing of the seasons in life. Don’t be fearful. What are you learning and experiencing? Embrace it! With God’s help, this can be your best season.
Ecclesiastes 3:11, WEB: He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in their hearts, yet so that man can’t find out the work that God has done from the beginning even to the end.
"Bringing Peace Home," the sermon for Enditnow Day, August 22, 2021, is written and presented by Sarah McDugal. She says, "In order to address the epidemic of aggression among our youth, in order to reduce dating violence, peer bullying, child sexual assault, and teen homicide — we must assess the cultural norms that exist inside our homes. We must first address ourselves as parents, grandparents, aunties, uncles, and family friends. When our homes are structured on the concepts of power and control, we unwittingly perpetuate cycles of aggression, anger, and hopelessness back out into the community. The first step to ending these painful cycles is to end the silence and bring the subject into the light." Sarah McDugal is an author, speaker, trainer, and abuse recovery coach who works exclusively with women wounded by toxic relationships in the faith community. She is founder of WildernesstoWILD.com. Find Sarah at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5cESxB8g8UnlIyD_LcVtdQ
The General Conference Women's Ministries Scholarship Program is established to give scholarship to Seventh-day Adventist women who are committed to serving the mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church who would otherwise would be unable to afford a Christian education. Our desire is to empower women, strengthen families, improve communities, and build up our church globally by supporting higher education for Adventist women in every division in the world.
Mental Health is still a problem in society and in our church for people accepting it as real and when it comes to removing the stigmas that have been put on mental health, and when comes to helping our sisters in the church. Women's Ministries realized that many women around the world have no access to mental health providers. We also discovered if they do have someone in the field who can help them, the women won't go because they don't want anyone to know they are struggling with these issues. To most of these women, and those around them, acknowledging the need for mental health care is to deny the power of God. With the help of mental health professionals, we put together a packet of information in a series of ten seminars called Thinking Well, Living Well to educate people in our churches. This program shows us what we can do when we are suffering from a mental health issue. The seminars also teach us how to help a friend with depression, such as knowing how to find the right information.
Pastor Ted Wilson invites you to join 100 Days of Prayer! – March 27 - July 4, 2020
Join the world church for 100 Days of Prayer, March 27-July 4. Sign up now at www.revivalandreformation.org/100days. Be part of a global prayer movement for revival, direction, and healing amidst the Covid-19 crisis.