Histoire par Ricardo Bacchus
Les enfants, avez-vous trouvé Victor, la Souris de Visitor dans notre dernier numéro ? Sinon, ne vous inquiétez pas ; vous pouvez maintenant essayer une fois de plus ! Les 15 premiers enfants qui arrivent à la repérer, à publier une photo le montrant dans le magazine et à nous « taguer » sur Facebook ou Instagram recevront un signet de LivingWell à Silver Spring, Maryland.
Story by Edwin Manual Garcia
Second-career pastors are becoming more common across the North American Division and the Columbia Union Conference. In fact, about one-third of students enrolled at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary in Berrien Springs, Mich., are studying to be pastors after leaving another career, says Ivan L. Williams, Sr., director of the division’s Ministerial Association.
The number of these non-traditionally trained pastors is increasing as fewer undergraduate students study theology and newer converts abandon their careers to enter the ministry.
Historia de Ricardo Bacchus
Niños, ¿encontraron al ratón Victor de la revista Visitor en nuestro último número? Si no, no te preocupes; ¡puedes intentarlo de nuevo ahora! Los primeros 15 niños que lo vean, publiquen una foto suya apuntando a él en la revista y nos etiqueten en Facebook o Instagram recibirán un marcador de LivingWell.
Story by V. Michelle Bernard
Why Cleaning is Good for Your Health
When you live in a cluttered space, it can increase your anxiety, decrease your productivity, lower the quality of your sleep and make you more likely to overeat, says Heather Quintana, editor of Vibrant Life. Here are some other reasons cleaning is good for your health.
Story by Edwin Manuel Garcia
Unbeknown to him, Fred Shoemaker’s first inclination toward Adventism included a conversation he initiated with his mother at the age of 6 or 7 when they attended the Church of Christ in Linden, Ohio, on Sundays. “You know, Mom,” he said, “this isn’t the seventh day; it’s the first day.” She didn’t disagree.
Years later when Shoemaker was studying for a doctorate in history, a fellow history graduate student, Jim Rohrer, challenged him to broaden his reading list beyond political history to also include religious history. That’s how he came across footnotes that mentioned the Millerites and the Advent movement.
Story by Tina Sheesley
The deliveries were extra special at Adventist HealthCare Shady Grove Medical Center on Feb. 29, as our Birth Center team helped local moms welcome leap year babies. On leap day 2020, Shady Grove doctors and nurses delivered 7 babies whose next birthdays won’t be on the calendar for four more years.