Tag Archives: health
Ansel Oliver reports for the Adventist News Network: The Adventist Development and Relief Agency has appointed an Ebola Response Coordinator in a move that Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders say will help the global denomination and its numerous entities respond to … Continue reading
SDA VOICES Adventists Join Oklahoma Tornado Relief Effort (Mark Kellner, Adventist Review) Loma Linda’s Earth and Biological Sciences Department Turns 50 (Heather Reifsnyder & Nancy Yuen, Adventist Review) WARS AND RUMORS OF WARS: SYRIA (Planet in Distress) Religious freedom celebration … Continue reading
I perceive within the Adventist community, a tendency to focus on personal issues (micro) while paying much less attention to social issues (macro). That is, we tend to focus on the individual rather than on the wider social ramifications or … Continue reading
Krystalynn Martin originally posted the following reflection on the Legit Faith blog. Here I am at an internet coffee stop in the Lima, Peru airport. We’ve been in Peru for 10 days. For 9 of those days we were living … Continue reading
“The ADVENTISTS 2 is a new documentary film that tells the dramatic story of Seventh-day Adventists and their commitment to medical mission work” (Journey Films).
I recently spoke at Union College about putting God’s love on display in our beautiful but hurting world. At the beginning of the talk, I asked two questions. One was: What kind of painful experience would make you no longer … Continue reading