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Month: July 2019
‘Hope Bible’ seeks to underpin the work of chaplains, health practitioners, and patients.
Despite your wife’s illness, coming to grips with your ethical responsibilities is something you will need to do.
Special Needs Ministries coordinator declares what makes a person valuable.
On the sidelines of a communication conference, they make sure residents are served.
New structure, methodology explored for North American Division-sponsored initiative.
“Sleep is a gift from God,” said expert Daniel Giang at the 3rd global health conference.
Lay-led evangelism based on longstanding college friendships results in 370 baptisms.
Adventist Community Services and local churches are addressing migrants’ needs.
Each well-lived life is only, always, saved by grace.
Top researcher discusses ongoing implications of the Adventist Health Study-2.
Pathfinders can immerse themselves in the epic biblical battle at the Adventist Review tent.
In life, as in the kitchen, following the recipe makes all the difference.
Adventist health-care executive unpacks what healthful living advocates often miss.
AdventHealth initiative helps passers-by reflect on Jesus’ whole-person healing.