Eden Valley Institute has been ministering in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Loveland, Colorado, since 1962.
Eden Valley Institute is a place of healing. For the team, their guests’ health—both spiritual and physical—is everything. They want to ensure that those who finish a lifestyle session go forth living life to the fullest. From 1998 to 2009, 755 lifestyle guests received treatment at the hands of godly professionals. The personalized program includes consultations, exercise, hydrotherapy and massage, lectures, jacuzzi and sauna, as well as cooking demonstrations.
The vast majority of these people are living a more abundant life. More than 300 cancer patients have been guests, and 72 percent of them have extended their lives as well, giving concrete evidence that the instruction given to God’s people for healing is reliably effective. Aiding in that effectiveness is the health-promoting food grown on Eden Valley’s organic farm. Since its inception, the farm has continued to improve in production and finances. In early 2010 the team held their first Agricultural Seminar and School.
It has been demonstrated that success in ministry is intrinsically related to involvement in foreign missions. Accordingly, Eden Valley continues to support Eden Valley Foster Care Mission in Tanzania, Africa. In India they work closely with Roger and Barbara Stone in their Stone Valley Orphan Project. In the capital city of the Dominican Republic, Eden Valley helps operate a city center; and finally, former students of Eden Valley are running a very successful mission in Creel, Mexico. The team’s prayer is that they may glorify their Creator in all that they do.
In May, Mount Akagi Institute in Japan will host a mission group to help provide a much-needed facelift to its lifestyle center. For more than 50 years, Mount Akagi has facilitated medical missionary work in Japan. In 1978 three families from Eden Valley Institute, an OCI ministry in Colorado, helped to expand the work there….
Three OCI ministries are collaborating to restart the medical missionary school in Dominican Republic. For more than 15 years, Seventh-day Adventist lay-workers have faithfully endeavored to operate a small supporting ministry in Dominican Republic, called Country Life Institute (also known as Liga de Servicio Cristiano). In earlier years, the ministry had a vibrant educational program…