June 2017

Month

By Andrea McCraw Weimar College students had the opportunity to visit the state capital of California in Sacramento on May 4. As a field trip for sociology class, students enjoyed their time touring through the historic building and meeting the different representatives about timely church and state topics. “Evidently, that was the day when President...
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Xianhua Li had a good life. She had a noble, stable job working as a kindergarten English and Chinese teacher. She was earning good money, had a nice house, and had many life goals. She soon realized, however, that life was so boring and hopeless. She had a relationship with God, but it wasn’t her...
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As seen in Adventist Review: http://www.adventistreview.org/church-news/story5215-adventist-institute-to-launch-initiative-to-reach-the-community By Heather Quintana You would never guess it by looking at him, but Johnny An, a gentle-spirited nursing student at Weimar Institute, was kicked out of his last school. It wasn’t low grades or bad behavior that forced the only child from Incheon, Korea, out of school. It was...
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Laura Boyer was born with business in her blood. As a newborn, her parents were juggling business responsibilities at the family-owned nursing homes in Newark, Delaware, and Reading, Pennsylvania, where Bruce was the owner and operator and during that time Gail owned a speech pathologist practice. Boyer would go to the Newark Manor and Green...
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By Keith Dobbs  Inspired writer Ellen White says there’s ministry in a loaf of bread. I bet there’s ministry in a bag of Weimar granola, too. Please let me tell you a story… In an effort to generate some new friends for the Weimar Market, frequently shortened to “Weimart”, store manager Linda Daum and I...
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By: John Peacock, Weimar College Professor “What if …?” It’s a simple phrase that sometimes takes captive our imagination as we wonder to ourselves how our lives may have been different. “What if I had chosen a different career?” “What if I lived somewhere else?” “What if I hadn’t made that phone call?” For me...
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When Flavia Jorge, PhD, was baptized at age of 14, her pastor led the hymn, “I Will Follow Thee My Savior.” This has indeed been the theme song to Dr. Jorge’s life as God has led her from Mozambique, to France, then Michigan, and finally California. Dr. Jorge holds both a master’s and PhD in...
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The widow’s mite is blessing Weimar Institute. In December of 2016, the Institute received a donation of a nickel, taped to a donation card, and mailed in response to the year-end fundraising campaign. For six months in a row now, the Institute has received a nickel from Diane. In April, she mailed a quarter. After...
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Teachers know that integrating learning tools in the classroom provides a better learning environment for the student, and Weimar Institute is no exception. That is why Weimar Institute has invested time and money into the creation of three different labs — the anatomy and physiology cadaver lab, the microbiology lab, and the nursing simulation lab....
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When Neil Nedley MD, president of Weimar Institute, accepted a speaking engagement recently, he was posed with a question, “Money or mattresses?” The Mid-American chapter of Adventist Laymen’s Services & Industries, frequently shortened to be called ASI, invited Dr. Nedley to speak at their annual summit in Denver on April 27-29. The organizer offered to...
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