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1 Corinthians 6:19-20 | 19 Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; 20 you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your bodies.

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She Fulfilled the Impossible Dream

The Story Of Eva B. Dykes


"Eva Beatrice Dykes!" Hearing her name, she lifted her head and walked briskly to the center of the stage. Polite applause could not hide the spontaneous murmur that spread throughout the all-white audience. "Isn't that a colored girl?" Those in the back rows stretched their necks to see, while those in the front stared in unbelief. But all whispered the same question. "Isn't that a colored girl?" Undaunted, she took the diploma and pumped the outstretched hand. She was the first black American woman to have completed the requirements for the Ph.D. degree. Soon she would begin a career of service to the black community and end up at Oakwood College, in Huntsville, Alabama. One of the most beloved black Adventist teachers and musicians, she contributed an inspiring life of selfless devotion and service and triumph over prejudice. DeWitt S. Williams was a former student under Dr. Dykes and wrote this book out of admiration for her Christian character and service.

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Precious Memories of Missionaries of Color

"Precious Memories of Missionaries of Color, Vol. 2" profiles ninety-five black Seventh-day Adventist missionaries from 1892 to 2014 and is a follow up to Carol Hammond's book Precious Memories of Missionaries of Color, which was published in 2008 and featured the profiles of forty-nine families. Author DeWitt S. Williams desired to feature the stories of those not included in the first book, so he compiled a list of all those who had served as missionaries through the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, researched their stories, and wrote about their triumphs, struggles, and everyday experiences in this volume.

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Spirit-Filled Leadership

Today the membership of the Seventh-day Adventist Church exceeds 19 million, scattered throughout 216 countries of the world. In addition to more than 80,000 churches, it operates a chain of hospitals, schools, publishing houses, media centers and other institutions. When it organized in Michigan in 1863 with 3,500 members no one then dreamed that the infant religious group would travel around the world and that in 2015 a new church would be established every 3.2 hours. Much of that growth has come about because of the dedication, vision, and prayers of the leadership-from pastors to administrators, who moved forward in faith through the power of the Holy Spirit. Author DeWitt S. Williams writes about some of those leaders-the men and women at the top of the organizational chain who believed, inspired, and faithfully followed God's instruction in Matthew 24:14 to evangelize the world. Starting with the first world president, John Byington, and continuing to the current leader, Ted N. C. Wilson, this volume profiles the contributions of these devoted leaders. It also portrays the facts about the secretaries and treasurers of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. 

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Ministries of Health and Healing

It details how to launch a health ministry, explains basic parish home care skills, provides guidance for counsellors on how to encourage healthy lifestyle changes, and presents the possibilities and limitations of natural remedies. This collection also describes how to provide compassionate care for patients, with specific maladies such as AIDS.

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Highly Committed

The Captivating Story of the Wilson Family and Their Impact on the Adventist Church

The most important legacy a person can leave behind is reflected in the lives they touch for Christ during their lifetime. After serving the Seventh-day Adventist Church for more than 100 years in different capacities, the Wilson family has left quite a legacy that continues on today. Although his time on earth was short, he dedicated himself to studying God's word, and before he passed away, he asked his sons to promise him that they would commit their lives to serving the church. Highly Committed traces the history of the Wilson family from William Henry and Isabella Wilson through Ted N. C. and Nancy Wilson. Their family's story is one of providential guidance and unwavering commitment.


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Adult Daily Devotional. Contributions from More Than 165 Health Professionals and Inspirational Writers

60 Ways to Energize Your Life

60 ways to boost your spiritual, physical, and mental health. Authored by dozens of health professionals and inspirational writers, 60 Ways to Energize Your Life power-packs encouragement and motivation into each day, bringing you closer to God and your goal of honoring Him through healthy choices. It’s filled with personal stories of victory over poor health, exciting insights into the human body and its Creator, and inspiring parallels between the Christian walk and the world of science.

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