AU Seminary Launches New Required Class

Nearly 200 Seminary students participated in the first required class on health and healing ministry entitled “Health and Lifestyle Transformation.” This class was premiered on September 9-10, 2018 at the Andrews University (AU) campus with much enthusiasm. Dr. Jiri Moskala, dean of the AU Seminary, shared it was his dream for years to offer the course. The new course has an intensive study of the Adventist health message in its contemporary expression and application in a ministry leader’s personal life, work, and outreach.

Get the Screening

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point in their lives, and early detection remains the most important means of slowing or stopping its impact.

The marketing efforts that surround this cause can be a bit overwhelming. Suddenly everything that isn't pumpkin spice is pink, and I've heard the criticism that there is too much emphasis on awareness and not enough on the resources needed for research. 

West Kenya Union and Northern Tanzania CHM Trainings

Kenya and Tanzania | East Central Africa Division (ECD) During the month of August two Unions in the East-Central Africa Division helped sponsor two Comprehensive Health Ministry (CHM) training events. The first took place in Kisumo, Kenya at the West Kenya Union Mission headquarters from August 22-24, 2018. Organized by a collaboration between Health Ministries and Women’s Ministries, attendees were Conference and Union health leaders, administrators, health professionals, and women- and health-ministry leaders. Dr.