Photo: Dreamstime One thing that is nice about being human is that when we identify problems, then we make resolutions to solve problems. We write them down, talk about them and convince ourselves that at the turn of a new year, we’re going to solve problems. The downside of being human is that we sometimes teeter out by the second or third month
While we downsize our Intercer Global Romanian-English Adventist Ministry — because of lack of funds — , we will also release some Adventist domain names. We will charge just a reasonable fee to cover the years we paid for domain renewals. Are you interested or do you know someone interested? Contact us at LWS contact form . [...]
Here in the United States, April is designated Child Abuse Prevention Month. Abuse of all kinds is not something we like to talk about within the sphere of the church, but it happens just a frequently within our faith communities as it does outside… but often goes unnoticed because we think: “It cannot happen here.”
Adventists Nationally Say Yes to Healthy Kids and Families Volunteers swarmed the 200-plot community garden project on Let’s Move Day, which offered plenty of activity for all ages [Silver Spring, Md.] Nearly one in three children in America are overweight or obese, increasing their risk for asthma, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, sleep problems, depression, and bullying. Some of the contributing factors are decreased exercise, bigger portion sizes, more refined foods, and the inability for low-income families to access healthy foods. United States First Lady Michelle Obama launched “Let’s Move” in February 2010 to help solve the problem of childhood obesity within a generation, so that kids born today reach adulthood at a healthy weight.