Abuse & Domestic Violence
Policy Documents & Manuals
Programme Outlines & Presentations
- General Conference Abuse Prevention Emphasis Day
- Domestic Violence Presentation -
- Spiritual Abuse Presentation
More Information & Support
- Helplines -
- Women’s Aid Domestic Violence: Frequently Asked Questions Factsheet (2009)
- Women’s Aid Domestic Violence Statistics (2009)
Adventist Single Adult Ministries (ASAM)
Programme Outlines & Presentations:
- Whole in Jesus – General Conference ASAM Sabbath Programme Outline
- Singles Ministries: Necessity or Non-Starter by Annell Smith
Single Seventh-day Adventists Website
www.singleseventhdayadventists.com is a free, invitation only singles website EXCLUSIVELY for unmarried baptised members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, created and run by lay members.
- What is singleseventhdayadventists.com? by Anthony Nxumalo
- Single Seventh-day Adventists Flyer 1 front & back
- Single Seventh-day Adventists Flyer 2 front & back
Policy Documents & Manuals
BUC Keeping our Church Family Safe Child Protection Policy (amended March 2011)
Dealing with Loss
- 10 Ways to Help a Grieving Person by Dr Tom Ludowici
- When A Loved One Dies: Information and advice for the bereaved
Cornerstone Counselling Service
Cornerstone Counselling Service (CCS) provides Christian based counselling for children, young people, adults, couples and families across Southern England. Promotional materials for the service are available free of charge to all churches in the South England Conference – Just send an email to email@example.com to let us know your postal address and how many of each you require.
Family-to-Family is an initiative of the General Conference Family Ministries Department that seeks to involve entire families in the mission of sharing the gospel with their neighbours, relatives and friends.
- Family-to-Family – An Introduction by Leslie Ackie (SEC Evangelism Expo 2014)
- Family-to-Family Church Guide
- Family-to-Family Family Guide
- 101 Ideas for Family Evangelism by Karen & Ron Flowers
Marriage & Family
- A-Z of Marriage Ideas by Karen & Bernie Holford
- Couple Prayer Ideas by Karen & Bernie Holford
- The Speaker Listener Technique
- Worship Ideas for Couples by John & Millie Youngberg
The Prepare Enrich programme helps couples prepare for marriage or enrich their relationship, by taking stock of their strengths and weaknesses.
- Make a Great Start to Your Marriage Leaflet
- Look After Your Marriage Leaflet
- Working with Couples Facilitator Leaflet
Correction with Grace by Karen & Ron Flowers
Support Network for Adventist Parents (SNAP)
The Support Network for Adventist Parents is a ministry co-ordinated by lay members, Mike and Vicky Beamish, for the benefit of all parents. SNAP seeks to provide encouragement to Adventist parents facing the significant challenges that come whilst raising children in an increasingly secular society.
As well as providing a forum for prayer, presenting programmes in local Adventist churches and encouraging the formation of local SNAP groups, Mike and Vicky produce a quarterly newsletter covering a variety of topics of relevance to parents. For more information about SNAP, to join the network, or to arrange SNAP visits to your church please email Mike & Vicky Beamish: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Browse the SNAP newsletter archive below:
- SNAP-Issue30 (May 2014): How do we genuinely show love to our children?
- SNAP-Issue29 (Nov 2013): Should we encourage our children into the ministry?
- SNAP-Issue28 (Jul 2013): The teenage years – age of opportunity or strife?
- SNAP-Issue27 (Mar 2013): Getting excited about the second coming
- SNAP-Issue26 (Aug 2012): What does it take to be a graceful parent?
- SNAP-Issue25 (Apr 2012): Positive and negative effects of technology
- SNAP-Issue24 (Jan 2012): Children’s Sabbath School
- SNAP-Issue23 (Oct 2011): Bullying
- SNAP-Issue22 (Jun 2011): Helping children cope with bereavement
- SNAP-Issue21 (Jan 2011): Favourite biblical parents
- SNAP-Issue20 (Aug 2010): Discipline in the home
- SNAP-Issue19 (Apr 2010): Involving children in the life of the church
- SNAP-Issue18 (Jan 2010): The role of grandparents
- SNAP-Issue17 (Oct 2009): Why are our children leaving church?
- SNAP-Issue16 (Jul 2009): Creationism vs Evolution
- SNAP-Issue15 (May 2009): Parenting in the credit crunch
- SNAP-Issue14 (Jan 2009): Single parenting
- SNAP-Issue13 (Oct 2008): Caring for children with special needs
- SNAP-Issue12 (Jul 2008): Foster parenting
- SNAP-Issue11 (Apr 2008): Helping our children cope in a challenging society
- SNAP-Issue10 (Jan 2008): Being thankful
- SNAP-Issue09 (Oct 2007): Why are you in church now?
- SNAP-Issue08 (Jul 2007): Spiritual nurturing of our children
- SNAP-Issue07 (Apr 2007): Discipline
- SNAP-Issue06 (Jan 2007): Parenting and your relationship with God
- SNAP-Issue05 (Oct 2006): Harry Potter
- SNAP-Issue04 (Jun 2006): Making Sabbath enjoyable for children
- SNAP-Issue03 (Mar 2006): Little gems we receive from our children
- SNAP-Issue02 (Dec 2005): Christmas challenges
- SNAP-Issue01 (Sep 2005): Snapshots of positive family ministries
- Look Before You Leap by Leslie Ackie
- Preparing Couples for Marriage by Karen & Ron Flowers
- Saving Marriages Before They Begin – North American Division Premarital Preparation Quick Reference Guide
- Sexuality Booklist
- Helping Teens with their Sexuality by Karen & Ron Flowers
- How To Talk To Your Children About Sex
- The Gay Agenda by Leslie Ackie
- Pornography - The Secret War by Leslie Ackie
- Toolbox: God Made Me Sexy – links and resources compiled by the Family, Women’s and Children’s Departments of the British Union Conference
Protecting the Passion Ministries: Sex and the Sanctuary Programme
Protecting the Passion is a ministry co-ordinated by lay members, Khaya Chiweshe & Isha Prince, for the benefit of young people. Their Sex and the Sanctuary purity retreats and church programmes offer a fun and unique approach to reach young men and women with practical tools to live a lifestyle of purity to the very day of their wedding.
For more information about Protecting the Passion and the Sex and the Sanctuary programme, or to arrange a retreat for the young people in your church, please email Khaya & Isha: email@example.com