Many souls are frantically searching for a “Light in the Dark.” To many of our neighbors, friends, family, and even fellow church members, the stress and strains of society can lead them down a dark and lonely pathway … perhaps at the cost of their lives. It’s time to share the light! Join the North American Division and It Is Written for Mental Wellness Sabbath on Feb. 18.
At the 2023 Elders Meetings January 20 & 21st with Wes Peppers with It is Written, and Esther Knott of Andrews University InMinistry Center the focus was how to reach Alaska for Jesus using the cycle of Evangelism: Prepare, Plant, Cultivate, Harvest and Preserve. As Alaska prepares for our statewide evangelism outreach with John Bradshaw, individuals, pastors, teachers, churches and schools are encourage to begin thinking of how to reach their friends and communities. Videos from the meetings will be available soon on the conference YouTube channel. Meanwhile, learn more using the link below:Grow Your Church
Regular exercise isn't just good for your body; it can work wonders for your mind. Moving your body will improve your mood and relieve depression and anxiety symptoms. It's also a great outlet for your attention and stress. Any type of movement will help, but there are reigning champs for the best exercises for mental health. For more mental health tips, see how you can improve your mood without therapy and how to change your diet to benefit your mental wellness.Learn More