Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists

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Tamyra Horst, founder of the Pennsylvania Conference’s Princess Tea events, grew up a shy, fearful girl into an insecure teen and young woman. “I didn’t believe in myself or have any confidence at all,” Horst says. “But God loved me. And His love and learning to believe that He loved me and had a plan, began changing me.”

During the two-and-a-half-day Pathway clinic in Beckley, 1,722 people received $6.5 million in free services that included dental procedures, eye exams and medical services such as cardiology, radiology, pediatrics, podiatry, HIV tests and minor surgical procedures, etc. Patients were also offered healthy lifestyle counseling, massages, haircuts and styles, spiritual literature, a vegan lunch and supper, the opportunity to visit the clothing distribution center and prayer with a chaplain. Watch the video here.


Voluntarios de diferentes partes de los Estados Unidos, y de tan lejos como las islas Bermudas, Colombia, Méjico y Polonia recibieron y sirvieron a una multitud de personas ansiosas que acudieron a la clínica móvil de salud llamada Your Best Pathway to Health (Su Mejor Camino a la Salud, en español) en el Centro de Convenciones del Condado Beckley-Raleigh en Beckley, West Virginia. Fue la sexta en los últimos dos años, pero la primera en una zona rural.