July 15, 1990
Washington Adventist Hospital dominates
cardiac care in nation's capital-pages 4and5
Charlotte Pedersen Coe
Randy Hall, Keith Potts
JESUS— recurity. We talk a lot
about it. Social Security, financial security, retire-
YOUR ment security, even national security.
Mr. Webster tells us that security means protec-
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NEW JERSEY—Jim Stevens, ministe- The people were so enthusiastic that they begged for a sec-
BAPTIZE rial director of the New Jersey Conference,
tells the story of an unusual week of prayer.
ond week of prayer. At the end of that week eight people were
Then the service that Sabbath, which started at 9:30 a.m.,
It lasted for 65 days!
From their first meeting with Pastor Ele- lasted until nearly midnight. Virtually every young person in
azar DeGracia, members of the Vineland the congregation dedicated his or her life to the Lord. It was
Seventh-day Adventist church in southern New Jersey re- quite a revival, the pastor noted, for many of the youth hadn't
ported that they felt the Holy Spirit's presence in a special been part of the church for some time.
way. They placed their prayer requests in a box each evening One young man who had left not only the church but also
and then listened as DeGracia spoke about preparing for the his home to become a drug dealer was baptized. Then he went
final events in Earth's troubled history. Members prayed to- back to all his former customers to ask their forgiveness and
gether that God's Spirit would help them be prepared for that tell them how the love of Jesus had changed him and could en-
difficult time. rich their lives, too.
DeGracia recalls the change that came over the church. Vineland members shared their revival experience with
"From the first night, everyone had a change in their attitude the nearby Landisville church. And between the two con-
toward church services. Nobody wanted to leave! We took the gregations, 13 more people were baptized. The prayer meet-
time for everyone to give a personal testimony, and the aver- ings continued for 65 days.
age attendance was more than 100 people," he added. Stevens claims he hasn't seen any church start a week of
The following Sabbath, after the regular 11 a.m. worship prayer that lasted that long before and said, "But the revival
service, the people just stayed, giving personal testimonies. of the Holy Spirit that is taking place in that church district
Children remained quiet and nobody complained. Finally, at is truly a manifestation of God pouring out His Spirit on His
4 p.m. they broke to eat the lunch that had been prepared to church in the last days as He prepares a people for His great
share at noon. and glorious coming!"—CPC
FACE TO FACE" Profiles of newly baptized people
Melodie John Bainter, Martha Bain- Claire Wed- Seymour Zieg- Kirsten Car- Samuel David,
Stairs, Cum Zanesville, ter, Zanesville, derburn, Ger- ler, Baltimore reno, Sligo, Philadelphia
berland, Moun Ohio. After at- Ohio. Martha mantown, Alle First, Chesa Potomac. A Boulevard,
tain View. A tending a series joined her son, gheny East. peake. Seymour sixth-grader at Pennsylvania.
third-grader at of meetings that John, in becom- Four months of attended ser- the Sligo ele- An active mem-
the Willow- was conducted ing a member of intense and sat- vices for "a long mentary school ber of his con-
brook church by Robert Wag- the Seventh- isfying Bible while" before he in Takoma gregation's
school, Melodie ner early last day Adventist study led Claire decided to join Park, Mary- Pathfinder and
was baptized by autumn, John Church through to insist that the church by land, 12-year- Adventist Youth
Pastor Richard was baptized profession of she be baptized profession of old Kirsten was clubs, Samuel
Hall in March of during October faith in October during Febru- faith in Febru- baptized in De- was baptized in
1990. of 1989. of 1989. ary of 1990. ary of 1990. cember of 1989. October of 1989.
VISITOR, July 15. 1990
WASHINGTON ADVENTIST HOSPITAL
to heart center:
Physician Samir Neimat started the emphasis on heart surgery at Wash-
ington Adventist Hospital in Takoma Park, Maryland, which has become
a leading heart-care facility in the metropolitan Washington, D.C., area.
Often standing over the operating table for as many as seven hours, Nei-
mat readies the vein from a patient's leg that will be used to bypass an
TRINA MAGI obstructed heart artery.
On April 30, cardiovascular tho- Then he performed open-heart sur-
racic surgeon Samir Neimat scrubbed gery—for the 3,500th time.
for surgery. He put on his cap and For 15 years, Neimat has worked
mask and entered the Washington with the Takoma Park, Maryland,
Adventist Hospital operating room, hospital in fighting heart disease, the
where a nurse helped him into his nation's number one killer.
surgical gown and gloves. When he joined the medical staff
in 1975, the hospital's open-heart sur-
gery program was just four years old.
Fewer than 75 surgeries had been
VISITOR, July 15,1990
WASHINGTON ADVENTIST HOSPITAL
performed, and the hospital needed patients return to an active lifestyle answer my questions or tell me that
monitoring equipment, intensive care after surgery. everything was going to be all right."
units for cardiac patients and spe- "For many people, surgery is the At a recent board meeting, hospital
cially trained cardiac nurses. only alternative, and they are afraid," President Ronald Marx applauded
Since then, Washington Adventist says Neimat. "It's my responsibility Neimat for his outstanding contribu-
Hospital has grown to become Mont- to help reduce their fear by explain- tion to the development and success
gomery County's only complete car- ing the procedure and presenting the of the hospital's cardiac program, and
diac care center, offering a full range facts. If I can help them maintain a thanked Jacqueline Neimat, his wife,
of services from prevention and diag- positive psychological outlook, they for her efforts in raising funds.
nosis to treatment and rehabilitation. will recover more quickly." "We are deeply grateful to Dr. Nei-
Using the most advanced mat," says Marx. "His ded-
technology, physicians at ication and untiring service
the hospital now perform Heart catheterizations at WAH over the years have helped
more than 700 open-heart make Washington Advent-
3,652 ist Hospital the top-notch
surgeries as well as 3,600
heart catheterizations (X-- 3,359 heart center it is today."
ray procedures that show
doctors where arteries are
clogged in the heart) and 2,665 Trina Magi is publications
angioplasties (procedures manager for Washington
Adventist Hospital. The
* * y
that open blocked arteries)
each year. picture on page 4 was taken
The hospital operates by Glenn Dalby, a photog
four heart catheterization rapher for the hospital.
laboratories, two telemetry
units with 40 monitored
beds, two cardiac surgery
intensive care units and 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989
centers for risk factor re-
duction and cardiac reha- Heart catheterizations let doctors know where arteries are
bilitation. clogged so angioplasties can open them without surgery.
And in the spirit of the _____
sanitarium it once was,
Washington Adventist Hospital still According to his patients, this phi-
emphasizes community health educa- losophy works.
tion and disease prevention through "Neimat is a priceless man and a
healthful living. first-class, top-flight doctor," states
"It's been an exciting experience to patient Dickran Hovsepian. "He is
come in at the start of the program conscientious and deeply concerned
and work to build it up," says Nei- about his patients. And I think he
mat. "Washington Adventist Hospital must sleep at the hospital, because I
has a lot to offer patients. remember him checking on me at all
"I'm most impressed by the spirit hours of the day and night!"
of the people who work here," Neimat Edith Crilley, who had bypass sur-
adds. "So often, I see a nurse take gery, says, "Neimat has an outstand-
the extra time to answer a patient's ingly wonderful bedside manner. He
questions or explain what's going on. was warm, caring, friendly, and sup-
I could share thousands of examples; portive. He sat at my bed constantly
it happens every day here." while I was recovering. He was al-
Neimat says he enjoys the techni- ways there when I needed him—to
cal nature of his work, but he gets the
most satisfaction from what he calls
the "human element"—from seeing
VISITOR, July 15, 1990
HOSPITALS The unions in North America form a new spirit of sacrifice and a new faith-
Hadley Memorial the backbone of world tithe. For exam- fulness about stewardship. "Our move-
Hospital being sold ple, more than 90 percent of all tithe re- ment began in sacrifice, and it will be
ceived by the General Conference last finished in sacrifice," he said.
to D.C. firm year came from North America. KERMIT NETTEBURG
Negotiations have been completed This year's tithe gain figures for the Visitor Editor
and a contract has been signed for the nine North American unions are:
sale of Hadley Memorial Hospital, which
is located in the southwestern portion Atlantic Union 12.9% POTOMAC
of the District of Columbia. Canadian Union 12.5%
Metropolitan Health Associates Inc., Galax member
Columbia Union 1.7%
a 100 percent minority-owned firm, has Lake Union 1.1% selected as
agreed to purchase the facility from Ad- Mid-America Union 6.5% Woman of the Year
ventist Health System/NEMA Mid-At- North Pacific Union 2.0% Carlene Poole, a member of the Galax,
lantic Corporation for $9.2 million. Pacific Union 0.7% Virginia, church, was recently chosen
This sale includes the transfer of all Southern Union 4.7% Woman of the Year by the Galax Busi-
equipment and contracted physicians' Southwestern Union 5.3% ness and Professional Women's Club.
services, including the CT scanner and Poole, who has worked as children's
supporting staff radiologists. Russell had no explanation for the librarian at Vaughan Memorial Library
It is planned that Hadley Memorial small gain. He did say that gains were for 15 years, conducts several programs
Hospital will continue to offer the same uniformly small across all eight confer- for both preschool and primary grade
level of medical care to its community ences in the Columbia Union. children. She also coordinates activities
under the new ownership. KERMIT NETTEBURG for senior citizens at the library.
The Hadley purchase is subject to a Visitor Editor In addition to her duties as librar-
number of conditions, including approval ian, Poole has been the chairman of the
by the District of Columbia State Health Galax Clean City Committee over the
Planning and Development Agency, ex- COLUMBIA UNION past three years. Through this position
pected by late fall. Until approval is re- she has been involved
ceived and the transfer of ownership Tithe percentages
in many beautification
has occurred, Hadley will be managed may be changed and clean-up projects
by the current management team. from union's actions and other activities.
Metropolitan Health Associates, Inc., A reduction in the amount of tithe She served last year
is a professional human services man- that flows from the local conference to on the Doard of direc-
agement consulting firm specializing in the union and General Conference was tors of the Twin County
health and social service projects. recommended by a special ad hoc com- United Way's money-
Based in the District of Columbia, mittee last month. raising campaign. She
the corporation was established in 1973 The recommended change would re- is also a member of the selection com-
by a group of health care and social ser- duce the union's share from 10 to nine mittee for Galax Employee of the Month
vice professionals. percent and lower the General Confer- and helps with the annual banquet.
Earnest Green, president of the com- ence's share from 20 to 17.5 percent. Poole has spent 10 years as church
pany, has 20 years of experience in the Ifthe changes are made official, almost organist, served on church and school
managing of health and human service $2 million more would stay in local con- boards and in other church offices.
companies, facilities and projects in both ference coffers than under current plans. RUBY ANDERSON
the public and private sectors. That also means $2 million would have Communication Secretary
A meeting to introduce Metropolitan to be cut from union and GC operations.
Health Associates, Inc., to all the physi- The plans for this recommendation
cians who are practicing at Hadley will were not discussed at the General Con-
be held within the next few months. ference session in Indianapolis but will
go to the Annual Council in October. Grocery store
AHS/Mid-Atlantic Corporation plans
to retain all current hospital employees The committee also made clear that receipts pay off
during the transition period. the proposed reduction in tithe per- new computer
BRYAN BRECKENRIDGE centages should not adversely affect Steven Carlisle, an eighth-grade stu-
President, Mid-Atlantic Corporation appropriations to the world field or to dent at the Lake Nelson church school,
Global Strategy. and his fellow pupils collected $391,000
Union President Ron Wisbey also re- of grocery store receipts in the Shop
COLUMBIA UNION quested that the extra funds go for local Rite supermarket "Apples for Students"
church work, supporting the Columbia program to earn an Apple computer.
Union's tithe gain
Union's Vision 2000 statement that the Carlisle collected over $20,000 worth
through April of 1990 local church is "the driving force and of receipts alone. The Apple II 65 com-
among smallest in NAD central focus of the denomination." puter system with 512K capacity, two
The Columbia Union's tithe gain for Division President Charles Bradford, color printers and an additional disk
1990 was only 1.7 percent through April in an article explaining the recommen- drive was delivered on May 10, giving
30, among the lowest gains in the North dation in the Adventist Review, stated the school five computers.
American Division, according to a re- that the changes should be accompa- JOHN FALCONBRIDGE
port from Treasurer Don Russell. nied by a new commitment to mission, Principal
VISITOR, July 15,1990
receive Zapara Awards
Three educators at Columbia Union
College in Takoma Park, Maryland, have
received awards for teaching excellence
at Seventh-day Adventist colleges within
the North American Division.
Juanita Gurubatham, assistant pro-
fessor of medical technology, Edna Maye
Loveless, professor of both English and
communication, and Helen Willhelm,
assistant professor of business adminis-
tration, each received $1,000 Thomas
and Violet Zapara Awards during com-
James Cox, interim vice president for academic affairs, presents Zapara Awards to
mencement exercises on April 28. Edna Maye Loveless (left), Helen Willhelm (center) and Juanita Gurubatham at CUC
Candidates for the awards were cho- commencement exercises April 28.
sen on the basis of student and peer
evaluations, spiritual credibility, teach- After nine years of teaching medical a sense of fairness to her tests and her
ing load, relationships with colleagues technology at Columbia Union College, classroom." He feels that another rea-
and students, commitment to quality Juanita Gurubatham says her favorite son she received this award is because
and service to academic discipline. part of the job is the students. of her accessibility to students for coun-
The Board of Higher Education at "They never give you an opportunity seling and help with classwork.
the General Conference was responsi- to become bored. Medical technology as Edna Maye Loveless enjoys seeing
ble for the awards, which are funded by a profession is fairly routine—you go in her students' work in print. "Since I
a donation from the Zaparas. every day and do certain things," she teach writing, the most rewarding part
The three teachers were among 36 said. "It's a challenge to encourage stu- of teaching for me is probably seeing
faculty members from 13 Adventist col- dents to get excited about the learning kids get published."
leges across North America who were process and to become involved in learn- During her 11 years of teaching at
selected to receive the awards. ing and working with them." CUC, Loveless has also enjoyed exchang-
Nine CUC educators, including this Milind Borge, a junior medical tech- ing ideas with her students. 'I was de-
year's recipients, have been given Zapara nology major from Takoma Park who lighted about the award," she said. "It
Awards over the past three years. This has taken courses from Gurubatham was quite a surprise to me."
year's winners are all experienced teach- for two years, describes her as "a great "Since Dr. Loveless was one of the
ers who still get excited about teaching teacher" because "she doesn't just give first teachers I had at CUC, I really
and learning from students. students the answers. She also brings tuned into her style of teaching," said
Kenneth Finer, ajuniorjournalism major
from Dayton, Ohio. "After seven classes
COLUMBIA UNION STEWARDSHIP with her, she told my mother I should
be 'Lovelessed out,' but that didn't hap-
Rendering unto God and Caesar: pen. There was always more to learn."
What do tithe and taxes have in common? Helen Willhelm has been in the class-
Money is powerful. Our world runs on it. So does the church. Money pro- room for 32 years, but for her it's more
vides for tithe and pays taxes. Both tithe and taxes are mandated by higher than just a place to work. "I've never
authorities. Jesus confirmed the responsibility Christians have for both felt teaching was a job or a chore. I love
when He said, "Give to Caesar the things that are Caesar's; and to God the to see people learn and watch the light
things that are God's,"—Matthew 22:21. There are many similarities be- come in their eyes. It's exciting when
tween tithe and taxes: students understand and grow, espe-
Where .. Tithe into the storehouse, the church. cially in skills subjects like typewrit-
.. Taxes into the storehouse, federal and state. ing, computers or shorthand," she said.
What .. Tithe is 10 percent of one's income. "The most rewarding part of teach-
.. Taxes vary from 15 to 33 percent of one's increase. ing is when students come back and tell
When .. Tithe at income intervals. me how they've used their work skills
.. Taxes: payroll deduction; quarterly and/or annually. and developed in their lives."
Benefits .. Tithe: God's blessings now and eternal security with Jesus. Melody Crandall, a junior office su-
... Taxes: freedom, liberty and government services. pervision major from Hamburg, Penn-
sylvania, describes Willhelm as one of
Tithing Christians can joyously sing "God Bless America" as they pay the best teachers she's ever had. "She
their taxes. They know how much God has blessed them as they have faith- encourages me to do my best not only in
fully tithed their increases. school, but also the rest of my life," said
JERRY LASTINE Crandall. "She's a great inspiration."
Stewardship Coordinator WENDI CALBI
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SPOTLIGHT ON NEW JERSEY
New Jersey nuzzles new members
ROBERT BOGGESS Congregations across New Jersey cli- Burke. Both were baptized at the nearby
maxed a decade of steady membership Tranquility church.
growth on World Baptism Sabbaths cel- Burke had been expelled from GSA
ebrated in May and June, as nearly 200 for a school violation only a few months
persons committed their lives to Jesus earlier but was readmitted after coun-
Christ by baptism. seling with Principal David Mathi.
Thirty-four pastors representing 70 Because of the kind and forgiving at-
districts (and most of the conference's titude reflected by the faculty, Burke
churches) baptized an average of six in- declared his decision to be baptized and
dividuals each. follow Christ.
World Baptism Sabbath, a special
event coordinated throughout the Ad- Vineland Spanish grows
ventist Church worldwide, brought New Stephen Bohr, Hispanic coordinator
Jersey's cumulative 1990 baptism total for the conference, held a five-week cru-
to more than 400 people. sade at the Vineland Spanish church.
To make this conferencewide baptism At the conclusion of the meetings, 16
program a success, pastors, lay leaders souls were baptized. Eleazar DeGracia,
and evangelists visited people, gave Bible the local pastor, followed with a Revela-
studies, presented Revelation seminars tion Seminar.
and conducted evangelistic meetings. Julio Rodriguez, who was baptized
during the crusade, suffered a heart at-
Evangelism revitalizes students tackjust two days after he was baptized.
Staff members and students at Gar- Though he believes this was a direct at-
den State Academy marked World Bap-
tism Sabbath on May 26 by celebrating
the spiritual rebirth of two students at
the school, Jennifer Battle and Jonathan
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SPOTLIGHT ON NEW JERSEY
tack by Satan because of his decision to with 32 members, recently conducted ings featuring conference Ministerial
be baptized, Rodriguez remains strong an evangelistic campaign featuring Rob- Director Jim Stevens as speaker.
in his faith. ert Boggess, president of the New Jersey During the months of April and May,
When Raul Guadalupe was baptized, Conference, as featured speaker. Ten a small, committed group of members
he was expelled from his brother's house. people made decisions for baptism. and non-members took part in the meet-
ings, exploring the
of Daniel and Rev-
elation. At theend
of these meetings,
10 decisions were
made for baptism.
came from Pastor
Fritz Krieger's ef-
forts in teaching
classes on Scrip-
ture at the Tran-
contacts by Chap-
lain Dieter Hain,
the relatives ofAd-
ventists and ad-
that an advanced
Taken in by a sister in Allentown, Penn- One of those who was baptized, Rick series of meetings is being conducted to
sylvania, Guadalupe now attends church Lopez, turned away from a life of drugs follow up all the newly baptized people.
there regularly. to embrace God's saving message. An- "We rejoice with those people who have
other, Anna Maria DiMeo, has endured taken their stand to become part of the
Literature helps win souls harassment and even life threats from Hackettstown Seventh-day Adventist
Forty-one people have been baptized a former friend in order to walk in the Church fellowship," he said.
already in 1990 as a direct result of the new lifestyle of an Adventist Christian.
ministry of New Jersey's team of more With a weekend attendance of more
than 40 literature evangelists. than 80 led by Pastor Steve Dayen, this Robert Boggess is president and com
Under the able leadership of Pastor congregation is the first of its kind in munication director for the New Jersey
Eliseo Lozano and assistants Joe Barnes, New Jersey, designed especially to meet Conference. The photograph on page 8
Hugo Zapato and Caesar Grau, $250,000 the needs of young English-speaking was taken by Lee Ann Yahle ofKettering
worth of truth-filled literature has been Hispanic adults who desire the Spanish Medical Center in Kettering, Ohio.
distributed throughout New Jersey. culture, but feel more comfortable using
During the summer months, 51 ad- the English language.
ditional student literature evangelists
will conduct the largest student program Stevens evangelizes Hackettstown
of its kind anywhere in the North Amer- The Hackettstown church recently
ican Division this year. conducted a series of evangelistic meet-
President leads pioneer outreach
The Perth Amboy Pioneer Community
church, which was organized in March
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Sandborn in a tool shed on the property
of his firm, Sandborn Wire. The teacher
was Naomi Trubey, who is still active in
the Indiana Conference.
In 1950 this school was relocated to
Ashtabula, where Julia Numbers taught
for 20 years. Numbers has retired and
now lives in Loma Linda, California.
An alumni list is being developed, as
well as a history of the school. Any for-
mer students are asked to contact Martha
Leonard, P.O. Box 327, Ashtabula, Ohio
44004 or call (216) 964-7071.
Treasurer April Cavender (right) receives congrat-
ulations for being named Pathfinder of
the Year from Don Baker, youth director
ALLEGHENY WEST of the Pennsylvania Conference.
speaks at New Brighton
POTOMAC Ohio church
Famed Adventist neurosurgeon Ben Ron Wisbey, president of the Colum-
Carson autographs copies of his book, bia Union, was the guest speaker by in- top state honors
Gifted Hands, at the Potomac Adventist vitation from Pastor E.T. Mimms at the April Cavender, a 12-year-old mem-
Book Center in Takoma Park, Maryland, Southeast church in Cleveland, Ohio, ber of the New Brighton congregation,
on Sunday, May 27. on May 5. had the distinction of being named Path-
During the 11 a.m. worship service, finder of the Year for the entire state at
Wisbey encouraged each member to at- the annual Pathfinder fair, which was
tend the upcoming General Conference held on May 6 at Blue Mountain Acad-
OHIO session in Indianapolis. emy in Hamburg.
Cavender won the award based on
Ashtabula church He also spoke about God's blood cove-
nant with each of us through Jesus and points she received for her attendance
retires debt of local Pathfinder club meetings, earn-
quoted texts from II Samuel.
of $5,000 This was the first time that Wisbey, ing honors and spiritual participation
The Ashtabula church participated who provides leadership to 551 congre- in activities of her local church.
in a high Sabbath by celebrating the re- gations in the Columbia Union, had vis- When she found out that she had to
tirement of its church school debt. ited the Southeast church. do a special project that involved help-
The school closed after the 1987-88 JODY GOGGANS ing out her local church, she decided to
academic year with a debt of $5,000, in Communication Secretary use some of her skill and talent. She
addition to a minus figure in the church's spent hours every week learning how to
combined budget. play new songs on the piano so there
The plea for members to wipe out the POTOMAC would be an accompanist for the pri-
debt reminded many of the promises mary/junior division of the church.
that Ellen White made in Testimonies, Vienna celebrates How did Cavender react when her
volume 6, pages 103-4: "When you place centennial with name was called as winner in front of
the Lord first, and determine that His 400-member choir hundreds of Pathfinders from all over
house shall no longer be dishonored by The Vienna, Virginia, church recently the state? "I didn't believe it, really. I
debt, God will bless you. Every week celebrated its centennial with a com- was so surprised!"
endeavor to lay aside something for this bined worship service that involved all Cavender will be able to attend the
object, something in addition to your the churches in the community. conference's youth camp for one week
tithe money. ... When the Lord sees His The Adventist church was represented absolutely free. That really excites her.
people restricting their imaginary wants, by 12 singers who joined the 400-mem- "I've been there before and it's just a
practicing self-denial, ... then the work ber choir that performed at the event. beautiful place. There are new build-
will go forward with power." Vienna member Connie Dalton pre- ings and a lot of fun things that Path-
Church members look for God's spe- pared a "Year of the Family" banner to finders like to do."
cial blessing as they now lay solid plans depict the church's involvement in the Even though she doesn't have to learn
to re-open their school permanently. community over the past 70 years. Mem- songs every week for Sabbath school
A funding committee is working with ber Marguerite Ballard carried the ban- anymore, Cavender still spends time
conference Development Director Jeff ner in the centennial procession. practicing them. She's discovered the
Wilson to provide an endowment fund Pastor Marvin Wray represented the joy of being able to grow and use her
that will generate a permanent income congregation on the platform with other talents to help bless others in her local
for the school. Vienna clergy. congregation.
The Ashtabula school was started in INGRID WRAY GLORIA BENTZINGER
the late 1940s in Rock Creek by Robert Correspondent Associate Communication Director
10 VISITOR. July 15, 1990
Allegheny East Conference. Greene is If a person has no money, a chore can
the patron of the Cohansey school. be done to gain a meal. These people
Local ministers Marty Thurber and can also spend the day talking, reading
Eleazar DeGracia, as well as Principal or playing games. Staff members at St.
Cathy Tomlinson and teacher Pat Rei- Paul's include paid personnel as well as
ner, also took part in the celebration. volunteers from the community.
Alumni of the school were invited to The Allentown Adventist church con-
come, and a special yearbook listing the ducts several Community Services pro-
school's 30-year history is available. grams throughout the year, including a
cooking school directed by Vonnie Reeser.
An advertisement is usually run in the
POTOMAC newspaper and about 25 people attend.
Powell Valley This year Reeser decided to do some-
thing different and work in a commu-
church welcomes nity project. Daybreak welcomes such
24 new members programs, so each Monday for four weeks
The Powell Valley church in Big Stone the Allentown church cooking school
Gap, Virginia, underwent unprecedented staff went into St. Paul's Lutheran church
growth as the result of an evangelistic kitchen, demonstrated, gave talks and
series held March 10 to April 7. information on better nutrition at low
This little church located in the Alle- cost, since the people there have lim-
gheny Mountains covers a wide area— ited cooking skills and sparse kitchens,
to the Kentucky and Tennessee borders if any at all.
and along the entire southwest tip of An average of 10 people attended the
Virginia. It faces unique challenges be- nutrition school sessions. Through their
cause of the region's mountainous ter- voices and facial expressions, it was ev-
rain and sparse population. ident that they really appreciated the
The outreach series was presented program. In addition, Bibles and les-
by Evangelist John Earnhardt with as- son papers on learning to know Jesus
sistance from Powell Valley Pastor Pete were given out.
Kirn Button of Independence, New
Jersey, and several other students from
Watts and church members. BETTY GRIDER
Garden State Academy in Tranquility, "We were elated," said Watts, "when Communication Secretary
New Jersey, volunteered their "profes- the series of meetings drew an average
sional skills" during the free car wash of 130 non-Adventists each night!"
offered in appreciation by nearby Hack- In all, 250 guests attended the meet- NEW JERSEY
ettstown Community Hospital to both ings. Earnhardt joined with members
its medical and dental staff on Doctors' Flying nuns
in welcoming 24 friends (five who drive
Day, May 11.—BILL WEBER an hour each way to be in church every are OK
Sabbath) into the congregation through in Waldwick
baptism or profession of faith. "You know, those flying nuns turned
out all right."
NEW JERSEY This was the comment of sign builder
Hal Olivo as he reported to a committee
Cohansey school PENNSYLVANIA
at the Waldwick church school.
holds science fair, Allentown church The "flying nuns" were actually an
marks 30th anniversary helps Lutherans artistic rendition of the three angels in
The Cohansey church school in Bridge- feed the needy Revelation 14 as depicted in a new sign
ton conducted its second annual spring Ten years ago, when federal funding marking the entrance to the Waldwick
science fair, at which students demon- was cut for several government organi- Adventist school, which was dedicated
strated their original science projects zations and institutions that assist low- on May 4.
and presented a program of vocal and income persons with social problems, Principal Janet Ledesma directed
physical exercises designed to promote Daybreak was started at St. Paul's Lu- the program, introducing school board
good health mentally and physically. theran church in Allentown. Chairman Robert Bartolomucci as well
They also organized a walkathon in Daybreak is a small restaurant that as Waldwick Mayor Lawrence Williams,
which 40 people took part to raise money serves mentally ill and retarded people, who commended both the students and
and purchase computers for the school. senior citizens, disabled veterans, re- the school for their community interest
The 1990 school year climaxed with covering addicts and anyone with a low and involvement.
a special anniversary/graduation pro- income who finds himself either in sub- Conference President Robert Boggess
gram on June 10 to signify 30 years of standard housing or homeless. officiated the dedication when students
providing Christian education for Sa- At Daybreak, breakfast, lunch and Joe and Sean Creighton, Julie Grosse
lem, Vineland, Bridgeton and other sur- dinner are served five days each week, and Jaylene Jardininco cut the ribbon.
rounding communities. Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to Funds for the sign were raised by the
The speaker for the event was Pas- 7 p.m. at the low cost of 15 to 20 cents students in various projects. The sign
tor Patrick Greene of the Salem Mount for breakfast, 25 to 50 cents for lunch dedication concluded the school's Ca-
Calvary and Glassboro churches in the and 50 cents for dinner. reer Week program.
VISITOR, July 15, 1990 11
POTOMAC counsel to the board on matters of taxes
Stanley school and planned giving. Each of these peo-
ple adds particular skills and commit-
raises funds and fun ment to his or her profession and then,
for outdoor education in turn, to philanthropic giving as well
Students from the Adventist school as Kettering Medical Center."
in Stanley, Virginia, have been raising ANITA RICHWINE
funds and having fun while preparing Public Relations
for a week of outdoor activities at Camp
Blue Ridge in Montebello, Virginia.
The students and their families got MOUNTAIN VIEW
together on May 6 for a potluck picnic.
While the moms and dads put the food Lewisburg members
out and prepared the picnic meal, the honors the founder
students took part in a bike-a-thon. of their church
The bicycle route allowed students The Lewisburg, West Virginia, church
to ride from 12 to 60 miles (depending declared June 2 as Pastor Carl Calfee
upon the strength and speed of the indi- Day to honor his work in spreading the
vidual). Each youngster in the bike-a- gospel and founding that congregation.
thon had secured sponsors who paid for Calfee was interviewed during the
each mile completed by that student. worship service by Kester Erskine to
Funds from the bike-a-thon will pay detail his early evangelistic efforts. He
for the excursion to Camp Blue Ridge remembered visiting Gertrude Erskine-
and a week outside with nature. Martin at her farm in Organ Cave during
Classes at the camp will include ca- the 1950s after she completed Voice of
noeing, photography, art, horseback rid- Prophecy Bible lessons and expressed a
ing, nature walks, Bible studies, music, desire to become an Adventist.
ADRA works in Khokana, Nepal, to keep
repelling and other health sports. He started a branch Sabbath school, little children like Manjn from contract
Evening campfire programs will pro- sponsored by the nearby Princeton con- ing leprosy.
vide opportunities for sharing of spiri- gregation, that became a company and
tual experiences and growth. then an independent church.
JEAN HUFFMAN Today Lewisburg has a membership Lepers in
Communication Secretary of 60 people, with several more study- Nepal receive
ing for baptism under Pastor Ron Boyce.
Calfee then gave the morning mes- new homes
HOSPITALS sage and was later surprised with the The Adventist Development and Re-
lief Agency recently completed construc-
New planned gifts presentation of a plaque and card from
tion of 30 low-cost homes in Khokana,
group to advise church members expressing their appre-
ciation for his efforts. Nepal, where families with leprosy can
KMC Foundation YVONNE MICHAEL live, accordingto Paul Dulhunty, ADRA's
Bruce Bedford, chairman of the board Communication Secretary director in Nepal. The country's recent
of the Kettering Medical Center Founda- political unrest has not affected ADRA's
tion in Ohio has announced the organi- relief projects.
zation of a community group that will Khokana is an isolated leper commu-
effectively develop and manage planned nity about 10 miles from Kathmandu,
charitable giving to meet the health-re- Healthy Choices the capital of Nepal. A nation of 18 mil-
lated needs of individuals served by the Race draws lion people, Nepal is one of the world's
Kettering Medical Center Corporation. capacity crowd poorest countries. It is renowned for its
Members of the new Planned Gifts The Healthy Choices Race in Silver spectacular mountains, including the
Advisory Committee will counsel the Spring, Maryland, drew 1,000 runners world's tallest peak, Mount Everest.
foundation board and staff on the vari- and racewalkers on Sunday, May 20. Three years ago ADRA workers dis-
ous ways individuals might contribute Participants chose from among one- covered the leper colony in this moun-
planned gifts, receive tax benefits from mile, five-kilometer and 10-kilometer tain kingdom. "Khokana was not fit for
these gifts, establish memorials or ar- races and enjoyed a complimentary vege- humans," said Dulhunty, "yet there were
range for beneficiaries to derive income tarian brunch afterward. more than 1,600 people living in crowded,
from trusts created by gifts. The race was sponsored by Washing- filthy barracks."
This new committee is made up of ton Adventist Hospital in Takoma Park, ADRA made the children of lepers in
Dayton area business men and women Maryland, Shady Grove Adventist Hos- Khokana its first priority. "Though lep-
with knowledge and skills in financial pital in Rockville, Maryland, and the rosy is contagious, the children are not
planning, accounting, legal practice, trust Spencerville, Maryland, church, yet infected, and it is possible to keep
management and insurance fields. "This event was another avenue for them from getting that disease," Dul-
Bedford said, "The Kettering Medi- us to promote healthful living and build hunty stated. "The key is to keep them
cal Center Foundation Board of Trust- friendships with our neighbors," stated clean and provide education."
ees is honored to have these individuals Judy Lichty, Life Dynamics coordina- ADRA immediately started a project
assume positions of key leadership and tor and race director. to improve living conditions at the col-
12 VISITOR, July 15,1990
ony, then started a school for the chil- others who, for various reasons, are not Information from these various lead-
dren and began teaching vocational skills married. Each of these persons has his ers was used in the early development
to adults so that they could earn money or her own particular needs and prob- of the booklet, which was designed to be
for their families. lems, but they all have a common need both sensitive and as inclusive as pos-
The new homes that ADRA has built for affirmation, acceptance and interac- sible without drawing contrasts to mar-
is a way for the lepers to get out of their tion with other people. ried life or making distinctions between
cramped living quarters. In addition to This poignant observation comes from the different situations of singles.
the 30 structures already completed, a new 44-page booklet—"Stand Firm in "Our mission continues to be worked
another 15 are being built. These homes the Faith"—produced by the American out in terms of the need of the churches,"
cost approximately $4,500 to build. Bible Society as a supportive Scriptural said Houser. "There is a lot of interplay
"Compared to where the lepers have resource for today's "singles"—the popu- between the ABS and churches."
been living, these small homes are man- lar term used to describe this burgeon- The ABS's mandate includes provid-
sions," said Dulhunty. "The homes give ing population group. ing the Scriptures, without doctrinal
the lepers a new start—a chance for a It is no surprise that churches are note or comment, in a language and in
better tomorrow." faced with the question of how best to formats each person can readily under-
NINA MARTINEZ serve and involve single persons who stand and appreciate.
Correspondent come with myriad gifts to share, as well This selection of Scripture is one of
as needs and concerns. several new ABS publications address-
"We felt we needed something that ing the specific concerns of churches
WORLD CHURCH would help churches serve single per- today and reflecting the continued rele-
New Scripture resource sons," said Charles Houser, manager of vancy of the Bible in the daily lives of
Scripture resources for the national dis- the people they seek to serve.
provided for growing tribution department of the ABS.
single population "While some single persons are form-
Millions ofAmericans are single. They ing their own Bible study and support WORLD CHURCH
represent a wide variety of situations: groups and are playing an integral part Church ministries
students and young adults involved in in church activities, others are floun- ideas encourage youth
their careers, single parents coping with dering, left without a sense of direction to attend church
heavy demands, divorced and widowed or involvement in their local congrega-
Finding ways to revitalize local church
adults dealing with loss or change, and tions. This new ABS resource can help
youth groups within North America is a
pave their way."
high priority of the North American Di-
The five-section vision Department of Church Ministries
booklet guides single teen/young adult coordinator, Ted Wick.
persons through a "For several years teen/youth groups
yaurftrst creative use of their
freedom and oppor-
have been on the decline, especially in
the Caucasian churches in the division.
summer tunities to serve.
And it offers af-
Our aim is to get them involved in proj-
campy att the
ects that will be both enjoyable and ful-
firmation for every filling," Wick said.
single person as an "To help the leaders of local congre-
individual who can gations take the initiative, we have de-
make iviU be be confident in his
or her own identity.
veloped a package of materials entitled,
'Taking the Lead.'"
single. "Be alert, stand
firm in the faith, be
Several ideas have been put together
in these packages. Some of the items
brave, be strong. Do included are three videos depicting what
all of your work in some active youth groups are doing, job
Cji'o\\ n-iip singles from love," the pamphlet descriptions of a local youth leader and
across the nation are heading advises in a quota- nine apprenticeship positions for local
to a summer camp at Hayclen tion drawn from the church office, a book on relational youth
Lake. Idaho, Aug. 27 to Sept. New Testament pas- ministries called Let Me Be a Window,
3. 1990. Join them for sage of I Corinthians brochures on teen pregnancy and a plan-
spiritual renewal, fellowship, 16:13, 14.
and outdoor action. Camp ning calendar.
Mivoden offers windsurfing, "Stand Firm in One further helpful item that is not
horsemanship, creative ce- the Faith" was de- included in the package but is available
ramics, sailing, photography, veloped upon the ba- at any Adventist Book Center is a youth
canoeing, watersking. and sis of feedback from songbook, He Is Our Song.
more. Get the details in a ABS field represen- The "Taking the Lead" package, in
brochure from: tatives who interact separate parts or the whole, can be ob-
with church as well tained from the NAD Distribution Cen-
4467 King Springs Road as community lead- ter, 5040 Prescott, Lincoln, Nebraska
Aduentist Smyrna, Georgia 30083 ers across the U.S. 68506; (402) 486-2519.
Ministries 404»434'5111 on a regular basis,
NAD Church Ministries
VISITOR. July 15, 1990 13
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of the Pine Forge Seventh-day Adventist 1895, St. Michaels Island. Azores; died plus the sales tax for
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forward 1925, Yakima, WA; died May 4, 1990. July 20 July 27 Aug. 3
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