Jesús Soto, recibió la trágica noticia de que le quedaban dos semanas de vida. Los médicos querían hacerle algunas operaciones, según él, para obtener fragmentos de los órganos dañados con fines didácticos. Pero él se negó y les dijo que quería morir tranquilo y "entero," y no permitiría que le arrancaran su cuerpo pedazo a pedazo.
Where's Dr. Hall?
I live on a remote island here in Southeast Alaska and am lucky to attend church three or four times a year. So it goes without saying that I enjoy the GLEANER. My daughter and I vie for first dibs when the new issue comes in the mail.
I was disappointed not to find Don Hall's health column in the February issue, is this a skip or is his column ending?
Sue Crew, Edna Bay, Alaska
Journey Films Release The Adventists Film
The new documentary from well-known filmmaker Martin Doblmeir is scheduled for public television station broadcast during April. Check local listings. The film looks at the intersection of faith and health through the work of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It is also available on DVD through www.journeyfilms.com.
Executive Committee Approves 2010 Budget
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New Alumni Director: Introducing Nicole Batten
Spring Break Here, There and Everywhere
Come Home: Alumni Homecoming Weekend This Month
Since opening its doors over a century ago, the School of Business has grown to be one of the largest programs at Walla Walla University. Its Web page states they "are dedicated to helping students obtain a strong background in business with a sound Christian philosophy."
And they mean it.
Mission leadership changes at Adventist Health: Judd retires; Crampton succeeds
A guiding voice and inspiration for mission, Wayne Judd retired from Adventist Health at the end of March.
The ninth- and tenth-grade classroom at Lewis County Adventist School, in Chehalis, Wash., accommodates six students with five humans and one canine.
Kelia Cook, a ninth-grade student, is raising and training Necco. Necco is a handsome Golden Lab. He is undergoing training to become a guide dog through the non-profit organization Guide Dogs for the Blind, Inc. Cook began training Necco in June 2009 when the dog was eight-weeks old.