Health Ministry

This course is a study of the Adventist health message in its contemporary expression and application in a ministry leader’s personal life, work, and outreach.

This course, taught by Evelyn Kissinger at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University, is a study of the Adventist health message in its contemporary expression and application in a ministry leader’s personal life, work, and outreach. The class is opportunity to experience the transformation of practicing a healthful lifestyle and sharing the principles with others and learn practical ways that lifestyle can address issues of addiction.

Seminary: Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary
Keywords: Health, brain health, healthy diet, addiction, wellness

SDATS-Health-Ministry-Health-and-Lifestyle-Transformation-Spring-Fall-2019

 

 

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