Steve and Suzanne Day, members of the East Wenatchee (Wash.) Seventh-day Adventist Church, have headed east some 2,300 miles from their home in Washington State to spread the Three Angels' Message to a dark county.
They are operating Home for Health Lifestyle Center in Stanton, Ky. The lifestyle center was originally under the control of the non-denominational organization Hallelujah Acres, but is now being run as a supportive Seventh-day Adventist ministry. They are dedicated to helping educate people about how to overcome sickness through natural means and lifestyle modification. Since their arrival, they have seen the Lord's hand move in mighty ways. For example, a local newspaper wrote an article about the ministry that was later picked up by dozens of papers across the state. Then there was the meeting that had been arranged for Steve to address the ministers in their county, which resulted in invitations to speak in multiple non-Adventist churches. They have also seen a wonderful outpouring of support and interest by the local community.
The Days became medical missionaries in 2001 and have been eager to find the ideal place to run a health ministry. "It has taken a few years to find exactly where the Lord would place, but this opportunity came up after much prayer, yet abruptly, as if out of the blue," says Steve. "We know the Lord set this up and have seen wonderful results working with some of the most difficult illnesses. In the first couple of years in this field, about three quarters of those we worked with had mid-to-late-stage cancer, yet we saw tremendous results by reliance on God and His simple, natural remedies." The ministry is not just for those with cancer or those who are in ill health. It is also for those who are simply stressed out or those who need respite and rejuvenation. It is for anyone who would like to achieve optimal health. All are welcome.
Besides the health aspect of the ministry, the Days have also incorporated agriculture. They focus on growing organic foods of the highest quality for their guests and also teach anyone with an interest how to grow highly nutritious food themselves. For more information, check out their Web site at www.HomeforHealth.net or call 606-663-6671.