The right arm of the gospel—a phrase commonly heard in Adventist circles—is a work that has been too long neglected and underestimated. In a talk given by Mrs. White in the sanitarium at St. Helena’s chapel, she plainly stated, “There is to be no division between the medical missionary work and the gospel ministry. Medical missionary work is to be to the third angel's message as the right arm to the body. Both are to work in harmony. Then the salvation of the Lord will be revealed” (Sermons and Talks, Volume Two, 141-2). Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that we, as Seventh-day Adventists, understand what “medical missionary” work refers to, and what it does not.Read More
Loma Linda University Church hosted an informative session August 18 for constituents and delegates in the Southeastern California Conference. There were feature presentations by Brad Newton, Ivan Blazen, John Brunt, Gerald Winslow, Bert Haloviak and SECC pastors.