WE ALL HAVE A PLACE IN THE FAMILY
The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Strategic Focus for the 2020-2025 quinquennium is “I Will Go!” The theme for the 2021 newly rebranded Family Ministries Resource Book is “I Will Go with My Family”, which is also Adventist Family Ministries’ emphasis for the 2020-2025 quinquennium.
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As many of you already know, the COVID-19 public health crisis has also become an emotional and spiritual challenge for countless individuals as well as marriage and family relationships around the world. This situation has provoked anxiety, stress, tension, grief and even spiritual uncertainty.
Articles Videos 1. Creating a Happy Home in a Pandemic Staying at home is the best option to stop the COVID-19 spread, but it is challenging to keep fear, anxiety, and uncertainty from disrupting the peace in our homes. Willie and Elaine Oliver were live at Hope At Home, sharing ideas on how to create a…
COVID-19 has dramatically and drastically changed life in our homes. Many of us are feeling anxious, uncertain, and stressed while trying to adjust to a new and hopefully temporary normal. Marriage and family life are already full of challenges, where we inevitably have conflict and hurt one another.
Here are a few tips to help in managing the stay-at-home orders and maintaining peace in the home.
This study reveals statistics on Adventist families and marriage, divorce, remarriage, living arrangements, spirituality, abuse, and much more. It is based on a total of 1,397 questionnaires returned from a random, doubleblind sample of families in the Adventist Church in the United States, Canada and Bermuda.
Our Mission Statement
The Department of Family Ministries seeks to strengthen, inspire hope, and bring healing to marriages, families, and individuals through the abundant love and saving grace of Jesus Christ.