Health Ministries


Health Ministries is not only about assisting our members with living healthier, happier lives; it is also about reaching out to the surrounding community.

From demonstrating healthy principles at our Sabbath potluck to offering seminars on smoking cessation and stress free living we want to provide lots of ways for people to lead healthy and happy lives.

Regaining health is an exciting and life-changing experience; visit Wildwood Lifestyle in Wildwood, Georgia. Ph 800-634-9355


The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) - formerly Coronary Health Improvement Project - is an affordable, lifestyle enrichment program designed to reduce disease risk factors through the adoption of better health habits and appropriate lifestyle modifications

Invite someone home for lunch or dinner. Spend time getting to know each other.



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7 Health Benefits of Brussels Sprouts

These cruciferous veggies are packed with antioxidants, fiber, vitamin C, and more.

7 Healthy Late-Night Snacks

Satisfy your grumbling stomach without ruining your sleep or overdoing it on calories.


Thousands of quick and easy recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even dessert from!

Black Bean–Quinoa Skillet Casserole

Also known as pulses, beans and lentils are small but mighty. One of the best plant-based sources of protein, they are also full of fiber and crucial minerals like folate, zinc, and iron. Plus, they’re sustainable to produce, inexpensive, and endlessly versatile…think hummus, lentil soup, and Latin- inspired meals like this 30-minute, one-pan dinner. Swap in pinto beans for the black, if you prefer, and don’t forget to garnish. The cilantro, radishes, and Cotija cheese bring flavor and color to the party.

Kimchi Soba Bowls

When it comes to these live microorganisms, believe the hype! Having a healthy balance of good gut bacteria helps support a strong immune system, aids digestion, and may even promote stable moods and a better memory. Add more to your diet by digging into fermented foods like yogurt with live and active cultures, kefir, miso, and kimchi—the funky fermented cabbage that gives these savory-sweet soba bowls their mouthwatering kick.

Miso-Honey Cod With Broccolini

There are as many types of seafood as there are, well, fish in the sea, and you’ll get health benefits from almost all of them. White fish like cod, pollack, and halibut are rich in protein and minerals. Plus, mild-flavored white varieties are a great gateway fish for seafood skeptics. Paired with fiber-rich brown rice and appealingly charred Broccolini, this cod is the centerpiece of a satisfying supper you’ll want on repeat.

Baked Avocado 'Fries' With Chipotle Ranch

Don’t let the word fat fool you. Unsaturated fats (like those found in olive oil, salmon, nuts, and avocados) can actually help you maintain a healthy weight, not to mention support nutrient absorption and lower the risk of heart disease. Think of these crunchy, golden avocado wedges as healthier fries; dunked in the lightly spiced, herby dip, they’re a perfect game-day snack or crispy appetizer.