His Tools in Our Hands
The man at the nerve center of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s massive global health ministry is as much loved for his modesty and wit as he is admired for his world-class skills as a nuclear cardiologist. A missionary, an ordained pastor, an academician, and a committed believer, Dr. Peter Landless moves easily from medical classrooms to church pulpits to national parliaments, bringing his trademark clarity and public health advocacy to highly diverse settings. Adventist Review editor Bill Knott recently interviewed the man sparking the church’s renewed interest in “blended ministry.”
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