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LIBERIA

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Ebola

he Seventh-day Adventist Church has a rich legacy of missionaries who have ventured into dangerous territories and situations for the sake of the gospel. Putting Christ first, others second, and themselves last, they’ve served as the hands and feet of Jesus

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in loving and caring for those in need. One such missionary is Gillian Seton, a young surgeon serving in Liberia during the outbreak of the most dreaded virus on earth. Dr. Seton shared her chilling experience during the Church in Mission program at the General Conference

session in San Antonio, Texas. She was interviewed by Dr. Richard Hart, president of the Loma Linda University Medical Center in California, where many of our medical missionaries are trained. Dr. Hart has a history of extensive support for medical mission work and founded Adventist Health International.

Profile for Adventist Mission

Mission 360˚ Magazine - November 2015  

A celebration of the love that inspires missionaries, church planters, and Global Mission pioneers to do whatever it takes to draw people in...

Mission 360˚ Magazine - November 2015  

A celebration of the love that inspires missionaries, church planters, and Global Mission pioneers to do whatever it takes to draw people in...