When Anxiety Strikes at Church

When Anxiety Strikes at Church

It's the silent plague on an exponential increase, or at least it seems that way. Anxiety is the downfall of many when they are least prepared for it. Stressors can trigger an attack or set someone up to be less resilient. Those overwhelming thoughts of not feeling able to cope with a situation unsettle millions each day. It prevents many from hold

Little Secrets to a Rich Academic Career

Little Secrets to a Rich Academic Career

Proper Education Needed Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. Those who are seeking to obtain an education should labor as though they could see heavenly intelligences looking upon them with the deepest interest. Let the youth seek to acquire knowledge in one line afte

A Mental Health Nurse Meets Overwhelming Needs at Pathway to Health

A Mental Health Nurse Meets Overwhelming Needs at Pathway to Health

I arrived by train early on Thursday to register as a volunteer for Your Best Pathway to Health and found the Los Angeles Convention Center already buzzing with activity. Lines for volunteers and lines of citizens in need swirled around the main floor. There was a feeling of excitement to begin meeting the need and seeing the divine appointments th

Diet and Mental Health

Diet and Mental Health

In 1905, Ellen G. White said that “diet materially affects the mind and disposition” (Adventist Home, p. 252). Given her level of education and lack of scientific background, few people paid attention to her statement. It would take another century before we could fully appreciate her timeless words. The Surprising Connection Between Brain and Gut