Health Evangelism Seminar will be given by Rico Hill called "Great Health Controversy."
April 20-approx. 7 p.m., April 21-beginning at 9:30 a.m. breaking for lunch before continuing during the afternoon, and April 22-morning approx. 10 a.m..
Leading up to this seminar there will be small group studies.
Contact Ty at 205-541-3297, or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Rico Hill, health evangelist, author, and host of 3ABN’s health program, “From Sickness to Health”, will be a guest speaker at the Panama City Seventh Day Adventist Church.
The seminar is titled “The Great Health Controversy,” and presentations reveal how the war over our spiritual health is inextricably linked to our physical health. Irrefutable evidence from the Bible, current medical research, and a plethora of news videos and scientific evidence are combined to complete these eye- popping presentations, and reveal what’s really going on behind the scenes with the food and health industries.
Since Net ’96 with Mark Finley, where Elder Rico Hill gave his heart to Jesus, he has been busy for the Lord. As an executive in the entertainment industry, Hill had progressed from writing movie scripts and producing TV programs for children through Nickelodeon’s Kid’s Network to being Vice President of Programming at Turner Broadcasting. He left a successful secular career behind to answer the Lord’s call. While in Los Angeles working in television, he became active in almost every aspect of Adventist church life: door-to-door ministry, street ministry, health and temperance, church elder and young adult ministry. Now a health evangelist, author and host of Dare to Dream network’s From Sickness to Health, Hill travels the nation, sharing the gospel, an emphasis on hope, health and healing. As speaker/director of Beehive Ministry, he is training churches and working with other medical missionaries to finish the work in the cities. Hill’s teaching method is simple: Exalt the lovely Jesus through His word, so that He may be seen, heard, understood and appreciated.