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Wayne Ferch, President of the Central California Region of the system, announced he will retire by the end of , as the system is eliminating his position. Will you give a donation to Adventist Today? System president and CEO, Scott Reiner, explained earlier this year that in response to the coronavirus crisis, capacity was increased by 50 percent in Adventist Health hospitals, and although the strategy worked in Glendale, a city in Los Angeles County that was hard-hit by COVID, many Adventist Health hospitals simply had a lot of empty beds.
In the state of California, we know 40 to 50 percent of hospital systems are negative to break-even. Pickering insisted the financial losses incurred by Adventist Health were not tied to executive departures. Her youngest son, John Herbert, died as an infant in December of Just three years later James and Ellen lost their oldest son, year-old Henry. Both parents and the two surviving sons deeply mourned the youngest branch of their family tree, as well as the oldest, whose sweet songs were keenly missed.
Ellen White did not deny the reality of grief in the experience of others or even her own. She did not minimize the importance to work through these complex feelings. Indeed, she did take up her appointed work. More than just accomplishing tasks, she desired that her ministry be characterized by kindness, gentleness, and patience. Her own bereavement made her more sensitive to the struggles of the living.
Ellen White addresses two practical ways we can process grief. First, she commends us to greater resistance against sin and the powers of darkness, which have brought the sting of death and loss.
Second, she encourages us to serve Christ more passionately, knowing that the scars of human grief will be fully healed only when the Sun of Righteousness arises with healing in His wings see Mal. We too can honor those whom we have lost by moving forward with renewed purpose, desiring to see their faces again, and chiefly, the face of our Redeemer, who makes this possible. White, Life Sketches of Ellen G. White Mountain View, Calif. White, Life Sketches , p.
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