About the Book
The legacy of Adventist health care is rich with stories of hope, health and healing. Beginning in a small farmhouse in Battle Creek, Michigan, these accounts tell of unlikely business arrangements, unexpected gifts and unbroken footsteps of faith.
Early healthcare leader, Harley Rice said, "Adventist health care is unique only when it combines science with compassion, competence with love, and skill with understanding and sympathy. When these are combined, the world takes notice."
It is our hope that by reading these stories from the past—with remarkable evidence of perseverance and divine providence—our caregivers today find strength and inspiration as they extend the healing ministry of Christ.
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About the Author
Jane Allen Quevedo has more than 25 years of experience in Seventh-day Adventist healthcare, education and church communication. She has worked at the church's world headquarters and Far East headquarters as well as Faith for Today television ministries and Pacific Union College in California. She was director of corporate communications for Adventist Health System from 1985 to 1995. Jane presently lives in Oxford, Florida.
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