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  What’s the most valuable advice you have ever received? Getting off her chair, she walks over to the edge of the room and picks up a magazine. Settling back in her chair, she points to the title and I read the words: Saved to Serve “If you keep that as your purpose, it’s going...
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“In today’s world, people really look for what it is that you have? What is the value you have?” says Steve Brownell, Director of the NEWSTART lifestyle program at the Weimar Institute. So what does Weimar have? Students and a research program. NEWSTART, a preventative lifestyle program located at the Weimar Institute, was founded in...
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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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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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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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For the last several months, everything in Norma Clarke’s life had been pointing her to a lifestyle program on the campus of Weimar Institute. “Everything has divine appointment,” stated Clarke. “God wanted me to come to NEWSTART.” She had been watching television at her home in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, when Neil Nedley MD popped on...
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Two years ago when Herbert Siess was going through the NEWSTART program at Weimar Institute, he had no idea he’d be giving a human skull to the students for use in their academic studies. Siess, a retired dentist, participated in an 18-day program called NEWSTART, an acronym for Nutrition, Exercise, Water, Sunlight, Temperance, Air, Rest,...
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If anyone can be described as a hard worker, it would be Dorothy Sallis, laundry and housekeeping manager at Weimar Institute. Before coming to Weimar, she put her two kids through school by hard work—school maintenance, cleaning classrooms, and keeping grounds. She also sewed custom draperies. Sallis came to Weimar for her children who were...
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Carola Janiak knows a good success story when she sees it. As a consultant with the massage and hydrotherapy program at Weimar Institute, she’s personally witnessed the benefits. “I gave a hot foot bath to a lady that was getting a migraine headache and she didn’t believe such a simple remedy would work,” shared Janiak....
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