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Plant-Based Cooking Demo: “Greater efforts should be put forth to educate the people in the principles of health reform. More cooking schools should be established, and some should labor from house to house giving instruction in the art of cooking wholesome food.” Healthful Living, 138. More>>



Health Lectures: “We should educate ourselves, not only to live in harmony with the laws of health, but to teach others the better way. Many, even of those who profess to believe the special truths for this time, are lamentably ignorant with regard to health and temperance. They need to be educated, line upon line, precept upon precept.” Christian Temperance and Bible Hygiene, 117. More>>




Preaching the Word: “Those who present the truth are to enter into no controversy. They are to preach the gospel with such faith and earnestness that an interest will be awakened…The trumpet is to give a certain sound. The attention of the people is to be called to the third angel’s message.” The Review and Herald, March 2, 1905. More>>



Bible Studies: “As we approach nearer the end, I have seen that in these meetings there will be less preaching, and more Bible study. There will be little groups all over the ground with their Bibles in their hands, and different ones leading out in a free, conversational study of the Scriptures.” Testimonies for the Church 6:87. More>>



Worship and Music: “I saw that all should sing with the spirit and with the understanding also. God is not pleased with jargon and discord. Right is always more pleasing to Him than wrong. And the nearer the people of God can approach to correct, harmonious singing, the more is He glorified, the church benefited, and unbelievers favorably affected.” Testimonies For The Church 1:146 (1857). More>>



Piano Lessons:“And let the singing be accompanied with musical instruments skillfully handled. We are not to oppose the use of instrumental music in our work. This part of the service is to be carefully conducted; for it is the praise of God in song.” Evangelism, 507. More>>