October 2002

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  • Elements of Caring

    When it comes to community service, there is no simple solutionæno pink pill that’s going to make poverty, hunger, illiteracy, and disease disappear. But by taking a unique approach to each challenge, Adventist Health is making a lot of small stri...
  • Elements of Caring

    When it comes to community service, there is no simple solutionæno pink pill that’s going to make poverty, hunger, illiteracy, and disease disappear. But by taking a unique approach to each challenge, Adventist Health is making a lot of small stri...
  • All the Comforts of Home

    The comfort of home is priceless. At Adventist Health, we know a retirement center must not only have the comforts of home, but the friendliness of a family.That’s why we’re developing services to ensure that the needs of our seniors are met. Thro...
  • All the Comforts of Home

    The comfort of home is priceless. At Adventist Health, we know a retirement center must not only have the comforts of home, but the friendliness of a family.That’s why we’re developing services to ensure that the needs of our seniors are met. Thro...
  • Caring for the Ones You Love

    At Adventist Health, we’re always looking for new and innovative ways to fulfill our mission and make a difference in the lives around us. Our hospitals continuously add new technologies, the latest equipment and programs or services to combat dis...

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  • Did You Know

    October 01, 2002
    FunFacts• The human stomach needs to make a new layer of mucus every two weeks or it will digest itself.• A study of the Adventist lifestyle reveals that Adventists exercise an average of 50 percent more than their neighbors.• According to a new s...
  • Touching Lives Changing Destinies

    Sometimes it’s the little things that make the biggest difference—a smile from a stranger, a whispered prayer, or an unexpected kindness. Often it’s a series of small events that changes the world, not one monumental effort. And undoubtedly it’s p...
  • Touching Lives Changing Destinies

    Sometimes it’s the little things that make the biggest difference—a smile from a stranger, a whispered prayer, or an unexpected kindness. Often it’s a series of small events that changes the world, not one monumental effort. And undoubtedly it’s p...
  • Did You Know

    October 01, 2002
    FunFacts• The human stomach needs to make a new layer of mucus every two weeks or it will digest itself.• A study of the Adventist lifestyle reveals that Adventists exercise an average of 50 percent more than their neighbors.• According to a new s...
  • Interaction

    October 01, 2002
    Pastoral MiscountWe enjoyed the article “The Countdown Is On!” in the September GLEANER. It is inspiring to find out what is happening around the North Pacific Union Conference. The Holy Spirit is being poured out as never before, and I believe we...
  • Diggin’ Dirt

    A big chunk of the Adventist health message centers on what we eat. That’s why I’m always interested in articles like the one in the Seattle Times that described an eating addiction of a woman in Mississippi.
  • Interaction

    October 01, 2002
    Pastoral MiscountWe enjoyed the article “The Countdown Is On!” in the September GLEANER. It is inspiring to find out what is happening around the North Pacific Union Conference. The Holy Spirit is being poured out as never before, and I believe we...

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