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The Seventh-day Adventist Church has a lot of stories to tell which most of us don’t know or haven’t heard of. Most are the untold stories of the hardships of our brothers and sisters in the face of injustice. How well do we know and what is the price they had to pay for the mission? In this episode, let’s learn about African-American history particularly the health ministry. Dr. David Trim and Dr. Dragoslava Santrac together with Dr. Ella Simmons emphasizing serving and preaching the truth to many regardless of cultural diversity. Discrimination Faced by People of Color Since then, most of us know of the unfair treatment experienced by people of color. Dr. Simmons explained why the struggle was real. How oppression took its toll on the mission. But the good news is that even against those hardships, our brothers and sisters in Christ had fought for their rights making their way through racial issues and stereotypes which then led to a great change in the church's history. What it takes to become a Medical Missionary Through baby steps and bravery, they helped despite the discrimination against them. Medical missionaries, as we call them, made witnessing and caring for others go hand in hand. Such wonderful stories paved the way in making the Adventist health ministry to what it is today. Listen to this latest episode of a video podcast where Dr. David Trim and Dr. Dragoslava Santrac (ESDA Editors) will interview Dr. Ella Simmons, General Vice President of Seventh-day Adventist Church. They will discuss the challenges met by the African-American Church; Fighting for their rights to serve others through health ministry. Her inspiring stories and articles are available online. You can find it here: Next on deck... Don’t forget to join us also on our next episode of the Adventist history podcast entitled “Recognizing the Astounding Contributions of our Adventist Missionaries.” If you missed the previous video podcast episodes, no need to worry! Check the playlist at or visit ___ To follow our official social media accounts, just follow the links below: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: YouTube: