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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yesterday · DID YOU KNOW? People who get five hours of sleep a night or less have 2 ½ times the risk of developing diabetes compared with those who get seven to eight hours of sleep per night. http://wildwoodhealth.com #wildwoodhealth #didyouknow #life #sleep #lifestyle From: The Journal of Health & Healing, Volume 29, Number 3, page 6
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3 days ago · Viennese Apple Coffee Cake Filling: 2 apples, peeled and thinly sliced ⅔ cup apple juice concentrate ½ teaspoon coriander (or cinnamon) ¼ teaspoon cardamom (optional) 1½ tablespoons Clear Jel or cornstarch dissolved in 3 tablespoons water Topping: ½ cup quick oats or white flour ½ cup whole wheat flour ½ teaspoon salt (or Flavacol) ½ cup Brazil nuts or unsweetened coconut ¼ cup brown sugar and 2 tablespoons water or 3 tablespoons warmed honey Dough: 1¾ cups whole wheat flour (part white OK) 1½ cups coconut or soy milk (or ¾ cup each water and coconut milk for less-rich version) ½ cup sugar 1½ tablespoons Ener-G Baking Powder ½ teaspoon salt 1. Bring apples, juice, and coriander to a boil and simmer two mintes. Stir in dissolved Clear Jel. Turn off heat. 2. Blend topping ingredients in food processor 1 minute. Add water or honey. Pulse to moisten crumbs. 3. Mix ingredients for dough. It should be stiff and sticky. Lightly oil a 9″ x 13″ pan. Using a rubber spatula, spread dough over the bottom of the pan. 4. Arrange apple filling over the batter. Sprinkle crumb topping over filling. Bake in preheated oven at 350°F for 30-35 minutes or until knife inserted in the center comes out clean. More great recipes here: http://bit.ly/1ghexnG http://wildwoodhealth.com #wildwoodhealth #health #vegetarian #vegan #recipes #viennese From the Seven Secrets Cookbook.