February is Black History Month, and it offers an opportunity for Americans to learn details of our shared history that are far too often neglected and pushed to the wayside. Black history is American history—and it’s a varied and rich history. A wise nation honors and learns from its past. It refuses to let the important facts about our shared and collective memory disappear into the depths of forgotten history.
There is a special February 2024 Black History Month Study Guide. The study guide, authored by four theologians and administrators of note, is not a replacement for the regular quarterly. Rather, it is a vibrant and much needed Bible-based resource for individual and collective study.
A local ABC affiliate reported that several churches in Provo, Utah, are gearing up to be warming centers when the temperatures drop below 15 degrees or colder. The Provo Seventh-day Adventist church opened its doors as a warming center on January 18.
In a brand-new video series, the Southern California Conference will be exploring the rich tapestry of their members and discover what faith means in their own personal walk with God. The new series is called This is Faith.
February is American Heart Month—a time for all of us, especially women, to focus on our cardiovascular health. There’s a wonderful article called Living Heart Healthy from Adventist Health that explains why knowing your heart disease risk and making heart-healthy lifestyle choices is so important.