Saturday, April 19, 2014


I call the reader's attention to the fact that this mission is run by a religious organization called Seventh Day Adventists.
Aware of their underlying motive, it is still worthwhile to look at the compassionate, life-saving work this organization is doing.
Just as the Free Masons cover their secret activities in the courts and governments with the precious care by the Shriners of children with bone problems and burn injuries, the Seventh Day Adventists do good work while promoting their own religious beliefs.
Christians everywhere feed and clothe the poor, drug addicts and alcoholics while promoting their doctrines. So, if beneficial work is done to obscure or accompany another motive, just be aware, and be grateful for the good that comes out of it.
Phyllis Carter
LOMA LINDA, CA., March 18, 2014 – Loma Linda University Health's (LLUH) first national TV show will soon reach 72 million American households. "Life on the Line," which features courageous individuals and turns their journeys into a moving documentary series, premieres on PBS's WORLD Channel on April 4, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. ET/PT. (Poster/bulletin insert link below)

"Working on this series has been an amazing experience," said Patricia Kelikani, director of Advancement Films at LLUH. "This show isn't just about the doctors, but how real people find meaning in the midst of a tragedy. This is where the real story lives and their strength of spirit shines."

Narrated by celebrity host and journalist, Lisa Ling, and produced by the 12-time Emmy Award winning team, Advancement Films, "Life on the Line" zeroes in on Loma Linda University Health—which serves one-quarter of Southern California — and equips medical teams to travel around the world. The show follows patients from Southern California to the Amazon, Haiti, and Egypt as they all fight a similar battle: to stay alive.

The series features six unique half-hour episodes:

•  Ep. 1 – "Heart to Heart" tells the story of a family whose newborn baby desperately needs a heart transplant to survive.
•  Ep. 2 – "Out of the Rubble" captures the life of an 8-year-old Haitian boy who was trapped under earthquake rubble for three days.
•  Ep. 3 – "End it Now," follows three child abuse victims as they learn to move beyond the trauma and live their lives to the fullest.
•  Ep. 4 – "Baby Blue" shows how doctors from opposite sides of the globe collaborate to save Egyptian babies born with congenital heart disease.
•  Ep. 5 – "Armed for the Challenge" features an athlete who sets out to prove that disability doesn't mean inability.
•  Ep. 6 – "Anchoring Hope" features a medical boat from Loma Linda University providing much needed health care services for people living in the underserved Amazon jungle.

"Life on the Line" will air on Fridays with repeats throughout the week. During each viewing, two episodes will appear back-to-back. In addition to airing on the WORLD Channel in April, the show will air on PBS stations throughout the country in July. For the full schedule, episode previews and more information about the show visit

About Loma Linda University Health (LLUH)
Loma Linda University Health includes Loma Linda University's eight professional schools, Loma Linda University Medical Center's six hospitals and 800 faculty physicians located in the Inland Empire of Southern California. Established in 1905, LLUH is a global leader in education, research and clinical care. It offers over 100 academic programs and provides quality health care to 40,000 inpatients and 1.5 million outpatients each year. A Seventh-day Adventist organization, LLUH is a faith-based health system with a mission "to continue the teaching and healing ministry of Jesus Christ.

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