19 – 23 May, 2021 Online Everywhere - https://2021.campmeeting.com/
(noon) Global Prayer Session 1:00pm Keynote Presentation : Dr Richard Hart, CEO Loma Linda University Health 2:00pm – 7:00pm Seminars in 6 Tracks 7:00pm Vespers Program 8:00pm Vespers [...] schedule below provides a high level overview of the programs and times. The Global Campmeeting starts at 6:00PM Central European Summer Time / South Africa Standard Time(UTC+2) with an Opening Ceremony [...] Prayer Session 2:00pm – 4:00pm Young Adults Program 4:00pm – 6:00pm Seminars in 6 Tracks and Main Stage 8:00pm Finale SUNDAY – 23 MAY, 2021 10:00am – 2:00pm Exhibition HallFind out more
In conversation with the Loma Linda University School of Public Health (LLUSPH), Michael Hogue, dean of the Loma Linda School of Pharmacy, who serves on the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Advisory [...] understand the “mark of the beast” to be not a literal mark but a sign of allegiance that identifies the bearer as loyal to the power represented by the beast. From a distinct perspective, another speculative [...] vaccines are based on mRNA, which is a first for vaccines, but the technology has been used in medical treatments for the past 15 years. The vaccine enters into a cell’s cytoplasm (the fluid within theFind out more
far do not play an important role in the evolution of the disease, according to immunologist Jean-Laurent Casanova, who is searching for other mutations which may have a more significant role. To this end [...] believes Michael T. Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, at the University of Minnesota. It is a coronavirus, not a flu, but since the contagion rate is much higher [...] study, which showed a possible association between a patient’s blood type and COVID-19, was published in March by Chinese researchers. They pointed out that people with blood type-A have higher risk ofFind out more
The effects of the coronavirus pandemic continue. Medical personnel do not give up.
of patients were prohibited from visiting). The church hall was converted into a coronavirus rescue center. A daycare center was set up so that the children of our doctors and nurses are taken care of. [...] their initial assessment, care and treatment is vital. The Covid-19 pandemic is a stark reminder of the vital role nurses play. Without nurses and other health workers, we will not win the battle against [...] the musical notes of a violin of Thierry Lenoir, chaplain of the Clinique, and the Alpen Horn of Olivier Meuwly, Technician Responsible of Medical devises, resound several times a week. Through the harmoniesFind out more
2019 Secretary’s Report to Annual Council.
various capacities, including education, medical, media, administration, pastoral, and more. Additionally, 84 medical and dental school students from Loma Linda University are serving or preparing to serve around [...] in 68 countries. In 2018, a new church was organized every 4.09 hours. “Urban centers of influence have a goal of starting new groups of believers,” explained Krause. “As a side benefit they also help [...] exclamation and a smile. He then continued by talking about the concept of Reflex Influence, a concept Ellen G. White mentioned six times in the last few years of the 19th century--significantly, a period ofFind out more
“Sleep is a gift from God,” said expert Daniel Giang at the 3rd global health conference.
“But sleep is not the problem,” he said. “Sleep is a gift from God.” Giang, vice president of Graduate Medical Education for Loma Linda University Health, explained that natural sleep is essential [...] from some 90 countries in attendance at the event, Giang said it’s not uncommon for Adventists to ask, “Why are we wasting a third of our life with sleep? If I’m a good manager or administrator, I should be [...] depression and anxiety, less resilience, and a lack of a sense of wellness, Giang said. “More and more studies appear to suggest that people with poor sleep have a higher incidence of Alzheimer’s and dementiaFind out more
Church members offer hot meals, prayers, and comfort to the bereaved.
leaders have put in a request to Loma Linda University’s Trauma Team to assist church employees, church members, and the general public with behavioral health counseling in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian [...] is still dealing with a large amount of debris, no electricity, and no running water. Smith makes her way to the Freeport Adventist church in Freeport, Grand Bahama, to seek a hot meal for herself [...] (IAD) church region witnessed ministry in action by many church members on a September 15 visit in Freeport. The leaders were on a tour of Grand Bahama to meet with local church leaders and members and visitFind out more
Presentation discusses the state of affairs and what Adventists are doing about it.
event, “knowing how to respond to these events can make a huge difference in how the individual and community cope and heal,” Reinert said. “So we must provide training and resources.” A Twelve Steps [...] 241). Role of the Faith Community Noting that faith community leaders and members are often the first responders when an individual or family faces a mental health challenge or a traumatic event [...] Adventists. It provides biblical, Christ-centered help for all addictions. “I encourage you to check out and utilize this program,” she said. A program centered on helping teens to combat at-risk behaviorsFind out more
Adventist Church President Answers Questions about Mission and More.
from here?” “Andrews University has played a very critical role in my life,” responded Wilson. “I suppose one of the biggest areas of impact was the opportunity to be a student under extremely fine [...] healthy lifestyle programs. Tara Vang, a young adult working at a Life Hope Center in Fresno, California, shared her powerful story of growing up as a refugee from Laos, and how God led her from social [...] future and what a student can take away from Andrews University, I would say that those of you who touch the lives of students . . . if you take a very special interest in people it will be a marvelous opportunityFind out more
Loma Linda University Medical Center played a central role in the aftermath of the mass shooting in San Bernardino
LLU Health Public Information Officer Briana Pastorino released a short report to the media.
Newtown, nearly three years ago. Loma Linda University Medical Center, the only Level 1 trauma center in the Inland Empire, played a central role in the aftermath of the event, which occured less than three [...] Loma Linda University Medical Center (LLUMC) found itself at the center of a mass shooting story that garnered national news attention Wednesday. A heavily armed man and woman terrorized San Bernardino [...] Wednesday, killing at least 14 people and wounding at least 17 at a social services center before leading the police on a manhunt culminating in a shootout that left the two suspects dead, the authorities saidFind out more