Story by Christina Keresoma

Kettering Adventist HealthCare has opened a new hospital in Troy, Ohio, just north of Dayton. A record number of network employees and local community members attended the ribbon cutting, and you could feel the electricity of excitement in the air. The new hospital features 29 medical-surgical beds, cardiac testing, and surgical services in addition to a full-service, 24/7 Emergency Department with 12 beds. The hospital also includes office spaces for primary care visits and other specialized health services.

Story by Heidi Wetmore

Spencerville Adventist Academy is excited to introduce eight new staff members (pictured in order mentioned). Tissiana Bowerman joins the administrative team as head principal. After receiving her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Andrews University (Mich.), she earned a Master of Education, with an emphasis in Educational Administration and Supervision from Southern Adventist University (Tenn.). Having 20-plus years of experience, covering a broad spectrum of administration, she is uniquely qualified to lead SAA. “I look forward to what we will accomplish as God leads our school to grow and witness for Him,” she says.

Story by Adventist HealthCare Staff

Adventist HealthCare (AHC) has announced several leadership transitions: John Sackett, president of the AHC Shady Grove Medical Center in Rockville, Md., for the past six years and the system’s executive vice president and chief operating officer for the past five years, has transitioned out of his role as president to focus on his role at AHC headquarters.





Story by Benia Jennings

Allegheny West Conference (AWC) family have quickly embraced Kyle John-Baptiste and Max Gomez, both recent Class of 2019 graduates from Oakwood University (Ala.) and the newest AWC staff members.

A native of the U.S. Virgin Islands, John-Baptiste says he is looking forward to his time in Columbus. He comes onboard as an auditor within the Treasury Department and an information technician for the conference office.

Histoire par Patricia Maxwell

Cette année, Christian Record Services, Inc., (CRS) célèbre ses 120 ans de ministère auprès des aveugles.

Au tout début, Christian Record était le nom du magazine CRS’ Braille. Il s’agissait du seul magazine braille destiné aux chrétiens publié en 1899. Ce nom a été repris par l’organisation à but non lucratif, qui offre également de nombreux services, ainsi que ses magazine  destinés aux personnes aveugles. Christian Record tient encore aujourd’hui ses publications.

Historia de Patricia Maxwell

Este año, Christian Record Services, Inc., (CRS) celebra 120 años de ministerio para los ciegos.

Al principio, Christian Record era el nombre de la revista en Braille de CRS. Fue la única revista en Braille centrada en el cristianismo publicada en 1899. El nombre se transfirió a la organización sin fines de lucro que ahora también brinda muchos servicios, junto con sus revistas, para las personas ciegas. Christian Record todavía se publica hoy.

Christian Record abrió el camino para muchas otras innovaciones y servicios que juntos inspiran y transforman vidas. Fue la primera organización en ofrecer un campamento para ciegos, a partir de los años sesenta.


PHLiC Spring Camp 2012 photo by PetiteFamily93 from Flickr

Editorial by Glen Milam

Have you ever seen a miracle?” When asked, we often stand with a blank look on our faces as we rummage in our memories to find one. God admonished the children of Israel, “Only be careful, and watch yourselves closely so that you do not forget the things your eyes have seen or let them fade from your heart as long as you live. Teach them to your children and to their children after them” (Deut. 4:9, NIV).

Story by Kettering Adventist HealthCare Staff

A team of clinicians, engineers, and health system specialists from Verily has teamed up with Dayton-area health organizations, including Kettering Adventist HealthCare (Ohio), to fight the opioid crisis. Verily is Alphabet Inc.’s research organization devoted to the study of life sciences. Verily believes that technology is an important part in helping people with addiction, but they also know the importance of health care providers and the environment they foster during the treatment and recovery process.