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The theme for the 2022 Family Ministries Resource Book is Family Resilience. So, today we are calling on every pastor, every Family Ministries leader at every level, and every member of the church to take note of Paul’s message of resilience. That as we focus on the primary mission of the church through the proclamation…
The Family Ministries Resource Book is an annual resource organized by the General Conference Family Ministries department with input from the world field to supply local churches around the world with resources for the special family emphases weeks and Sabbaths.
Get ready for the upcoming 2021 Family Togetherness Week of Prayer, download now the translation kit here!
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.
Thank you for taking the time to help married couples, families and individuals discover the hope that is in Jesus. We share your passion for strong and healthy marriages, families and relationships that lead to strong and healthy churches.
This resource is meant to be an out-of-the-box helper for any serious ministry leader who has a passion to be used by the Spirit of God to be a catalyst for good.
In 2020 the General Conference issued a rebranding of its logotype and Adventist Family Ministries followed-suit in order to portray the consolidated branding of the World Church.
I Will Go is the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s strategic focus for the 2020-2025 quinquennium. This experience is meant to involve all church members around the world in reaching the world. This initiative is also designed to inspire and equip church members to use their God-given spiritual gifts in witness and service for Christ.