Wildwood Lifestyle Center 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.
compiled by Naomi Jackson OCI held its Eastern North America Retreat in Haymarket, Virginia, at the Living Hope SDA Church, November 18-20, 2016. Those in attendance were privileged to hear many thought-provoking presentations under the theme “Tidings from the East.” Even if you missed out on the meetings, you can still download the seminars for…
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5 days ago · Simple French Toast 1 cup orange juice (not concentrated) ⅓ cup flour (may use whole wheat, but white flour will give a nicer appearance) 6 or 7 slices whole wheat bread 1. Place orange juice and flour in a bowl and stir briskly with a wire whip. 2. Dip bread, one slice at a time, and place in a preheated nonstick skillet (medium heat). Gently press the bread with a spatula so that all of it contacts the griddle. This will help it to brown evenly, Turn over after 1-2 minutes. See more directions: https://wildwoodhealth.org/wlsc/simple-fresh-toast/ Seven Secrets Cookbook, used with permission
5 days ago · Our daily program offers a balance between scheduled activities and free time. Scheduled activities are not compulsory, however, in order to obtain the maximum health benefit during your time with us, we do encourage you to participate in all the activities provided. Your daily schedule as a heal...