Wildwood Lifestyle Center and Hospital provides educational, health, business, and evangelistic services to its local and worldwide communities. For more than 70 years, Wildwood has served as a training hub and launching pad for the expansion of lifestyle centers, educational institutions, and city missions in and around major cities and rural areas for the salvation of souls. The diverse campus with its 120 staff members includes a health food and bookstore, herb shop, an outpatient clinic, a lifestyle center with physical therapy and hydrotherapy departments, the College of Health Evangelism, and the local Seventh-day Adventist church.
Through its various programs, Wildwood is dedicated to following the divine plan in helping people gain a closer relationship with Christ and find restoration of body, mind, and soul. For example, the health food store hosts a number of cooking classes to help people in the community become aware of how foods affect their health. Additionally, the College of Health Evangelism trains medical missionaries and, in cooperation with LIGHT, sends them on local and overseas mission trips to help train other church members to be more active for Christ. By God’s grace, Wildwood will continue to faithfully serve its neighbors near and far until Jesus’ return.
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2 days ago · This is one of the easiest pies to make, and is just as foolproof as one made with milk and eggs. You will notice the absence of the usual cinnamon or pumpkin-pie spice. That is because we avoid the use of irritating spices. I think you will find the sweet, rich flavor of pumpkin with the delicate blend of maple and coriander delightful, and the spices won't be missed. 1¾ A cups cooked pumpkin (15-ounce can) 1 can coconut milk ½ cup pitted dates ½ cup honey ¼ cup cornstarch 1 teaspoon vanilla ½ teaspoon maple flavoring ½ teaspoon coriander ½ teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon fresh pealed or dry ginger (optional) 1. Blend all ingredients in the blender until smooth. 2. Pour into an unbaked pie shell and bake at 350°F for 1 hour. Tip: Here are two lower fat options. Use ½ can coconut milk with ½ can of water or 2 cups soy or nut milk. From the Seven Secrets Cookbook. More great recipes here: http://ow.ly/KQXvC http://wildwoodhealth.com #wildwoodhealth #health #vegetarian #vegan #recipes #pumpkin #pie
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6 days ago · At a women’s conference, prime front seats were erroneously double-ticketed and many of the ladies who had previously arranged for front seats were delegated to the back. Their unhappiness with the seating arrangements threatened to derail the positive tone of the meeting. The next speaker was Joni Eareckson Tada, a quadriplegic who has spent more than several decades in a wheelchair. When she was wheeled onto the stage, she said, “Some of you ladies are unhappy with your seating arrangement. I understand.” No one complained after that. Read the article here: http://ow.ly/KL32o http://wildwoodhealth.com #wildwoodhealth #mental #health #stress
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