This cuneiform tablet, which is a receipt for cattle, measures 2.5 x 2.5 cm

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Cuneiform Tablets

While cleaning out an old filing cabinet, I came across three odd-looking pieces of clay. I was going to toss them, but
God's Love for Man. Who really wrote it?

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God's Love for Man

When the Review and Herald Publishing Association had the Copyright for Steps to Christ transferred from the Fleming Rev
Helmet, knapsack and canteen of Desmond Doss

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Hacksaw Ridge

We were invited to set up an exhibition at the advance private screening of the film, Hacksaw Ridge, hosted by Loma Lind
1920s advertisement for Danderine hair tonic. Available at your local Drug Store or Toilet Counter

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Hair care in the 19th century

On April 30, we celebrated National Hairstylist Appreciation Day
Circa 1907, the first nursing class at the College of Medical Evangelist with baby Richard Edward Abbott

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#ThrowBackThursday - The Nurse's Cap

The vocation of nursing has been around for centuries, but the official development of nursing as a career. . .

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We're back!

After a two-year hiatus, we are finally back! Make sure to mark your calendars for Monday, February 29 to Friday, March
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There is still time!

Just a reminder there is still time to register and attend the upcoming Gift of Prophecy Symposium at Andrews University