Thinking Well, Living Well

Thinking Well, Living Well

Women's Ministries presented Thinking Well, Living Well for the first time during the WM Mental Health Track at the Global Health Congress in Geneva, July 8-12, 2014. This series of ten seminars about mental health will help Christians openly and compassionately talk about this subject. Many members in the Seventh-day Adventist Church suffer silently, live in pain and shame, and sometimes leave the church because they feel God has forsaken them. The time has come for the Church to become educated and to recognize when members need help.

Download the manual with its separate color cover for participants; and the presenter's PowerPoint slides with notes for each seminar session.

Manual - Thinking Well, Living Well | Adobe Acrobat
Manual cover | JPG image
01-Understanding Mental Health | PowerPoint presentation
02-The Mind and Body Connection: Connection and Community | PowerPoint presentation
03-The Mind and Body Connection: Lifestyle and Entertainment | PowerPoint presentation
04-Hope Beyond Depression | PowerPoint presentation
05-Healing Past Hurts | PowerPoint presentation
06-Forgiveness and Your Health - Part 1 | PowerPoint presentation
07-Forgiveness and Your Health - Part 2 | PowerPoint presentation
08-Healthy Relationships Behind Closed Doors | PowerPoint presentation
09-Living the Abundant Life: God's Healing Way | PowerPoint presentation
10-The New You | PowerPoint presentation
Banner | JPG image

A limited number of printed Thinking Well, Living Well seminar packets are available for $10 each through General Conference Women's Ministries. For more information, call +1 (301) 680-6636 or email, womensministries@gc.adventist.org.

Ellen G. White Speaks about the Mind

"Disease is sometimes produced, and is often greatly aggravated, by the imagination. Many are lifelong invalids who might be well if they only thought so. Many imagine that every slight exposure will cause illness, and the evil effect is produced because it is expected. Many die from disease the cause of which is wholly imaginary" (Ministry of Healing, p. 241).