Health Ministry

 

      

General Conference Adventist Health Ministries

North American Division (NAD) Health Ministries

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Adventist Programs:

Ministry Goals

Real Issues facing society & the church

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Joy of Eating

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Adventist HealthyYOU

Made To Move

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Earn a Certificate

Adventist HealthyYOU                                      

Next Level Health

It Is Written

2021 Evangelism Series

Join health experts from around the country as they share free and practical ways to level up every area of a person’s life.

Journey to Wholeness

Addiction Recovery Group

God’s Health Plan

Study Guide- God's Free Health Plan

Celebrations Program

12 healthful living principles

NEWSTART

Life & Health

8 Laws of Health

Enditnow

Adventist Say No to Violence

Facts with Hope

One-minute Health Topics

Health Ministry Leader

GC Trainings

GC Resources

NAD Resources

Adventist Nurses

Association of Black Seventh-day Adventist Nurses

Adventist Association of Faith Community Nursing

Health Coaching

Health & Wellness

Lifestyle

Learn the skills of coaching

Addiction Recovery

Facilitator Training

Journey to Wholeness Program

Learn how to help individuals to be Free from addictions

Health Professional

Education

Adventist World Dental, Medical, & Nursing Schools

Adventist Medical Evangelism Network

 

Prevention of Prevalent Diseases in the Black Community

Heart

Warning Signs

Hands-Only CPR

Cancer

OH- Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation Program

Diabetes

High Blood Pressure

Kidney Failure

Stroke

HIV/ AIDS

Obesity

Mental Health

National Alliance on Mental Illness- Greater Cleveland

 

Summary of Prevention of Diseases:  Bible Based- 'Seventh-day Adventists' "Eight Laws of Health"

1.  Eat nutritiously (many choose a plant-based diet).

2.  Exercise regularly and often to improve your body, mind and spirit.

3.  Drink plenty of water.

4.  Spend time in sunlight.

5.  Practice temperance: Use good things moderately; avoid bad things.

6.  Breathe in pure air, and do it properly.

7.  Rest well, remembering that the best rest follows labor.

8. Trust in divine power as you make choices and seek inner peace.

 

Health ministries are an integral part of the mission of the Adventist Church. "Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God" (I Corinthians 10:31). Health ministry is the gospel of Christ illustrated, the message of God practiced. Without it, the gospel witness is muted; it is merely a theory, an idea.

The most important objective of health ministry is to help men and women reach their full potential mentally, spiritually, and physically. To reach full potential, health principles must be practiced.

The more closely these principles are followed, the better health the person enjoys. The more active a church is in public health education, the more effective will be its public evangelism, for health is the most universal entering wedge.

Health Ministry Leader: Cindy Washington

Hospitality/Culinary Ministry Leader: Carolyn Doss

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