I would definitely recommend the Wildwood Online Course mainly because it’s flexible. It allows you to do in on your own time. It’s comprehensive in that it is well balance between the physical and spiritual things that you’ll be learning.
Thank you for this course, I wish that every single Christian could get this transforming information. I wish that this course could be in our native language. So we can have more people helping. It is really transforming.
“It was really good. Very comprehensive. I feel like I was in the classroom.”
A thorough discussion is given to the principled guidelines as revealed in the Bible and Spirit of Prophecy regarding steps toward courtship, marriage, and a happy home.
This class uses the Bible and Spirit of Prophecy to reveal God’s plan for a happy, thriving walk with Him. It exposes the devices that Satan uses to weaken God’s people especially in these last days. Practical topics for study and discussion include: the prayer life, how to know God’s will, recreation, social life, music & worship, diet, dress, and stewardship.
This is a careful study of the prophetic book of Daniel covering its fulfillment in history. Special emphasis is placed on the prophetic heritage which stands behind the origin and purpose of the Seventh-day Adventist church. This class explores the prophecies related to current and soon coming events, drawing out lessons that will help us prepare for these last days.
This course introduces the student to common diseases and disease processes: inflammation, anemia, arthritis, atherosclerosis, cancer, cognitive decline, diabetes, diarrhea, hypertension, influenza, hepatitis, HIV and Aids, and Sexual Transmitted Diseases. Causes, risk factors, basic disease processes, and appropriate applications of natural remedies in their prevention and treatment are discussed.
Objectives: The sudent will be able to:
Exclusive CHE Resources: Your 238 page CHE Syllabus for Common Diseases includes 25 pages of numbered references validating how lifestyle practices and natural remedies can help to prevent and treat disease. A companion e-book, Disease Protection, includes chapters that contain additional information and topics.
This class surveys God’s original plan for mankind, how sin corrupted it, and the heavenly plan for restoration of body, mind, and spirit. Included will be a discussion on distinguishing between true and false remedies from both revelation and science.
Learn the role of the health message as an entering wedge for public and personal evangelism, endeavoring to pattern after Christ’s method of reaching souls. Practicum includes helping in several health expos.
The student will learn how to prepare brief health talks and present them in a way that will be interesting and informative to the public. Each student will give two short talks with visuals to teenagers in the public school system of Chattanooga and/or in a church setting.
Instruction is given into the use of natural herbs as preventatives and cures for various ailments, from the common cold to serious disorders. Cultivation, preservation, and preparation of herbs are examined.
Hydrotherapy is the branch of physical therapy that uses water-based treatments for disease and trauma. This course describes the therapeutic effects of water treatments and the indications, physiologic effects, contraindications, and procedures of 18 of the most common hydrotherapy treatments. Students will practice on each other.
Exclusive CHE Resource: Our new book, Hydrotherapy for Health & Healing, provides scientific documentation regarding hydrotherapy, heliotherapy, charcoal, herb ethics, and natural remedies for influenza, insomnia, and fibromyalgia. Specific emphasis is given on how hydrotherapy affects the skin and the circulatory system and what lifestyle practices improve or compromise the effectiveness of hydrotherapy, Hydrotherapy procedures are described simply and in detail.
In lifestyle physiology you will receive an overview of the various cells, tissues, organs, and systems of the body, how they work, and what lifestyle factors decrease and increase their health and efficiency. The aim of this class is to give each student an appreciation for the creative power and wisdom of God and a basic working knowledge of the human body.
Objectives: Upon completion of the class, the student will be able to:
Exclusive CHE Resources: Our new Lifestyle Physiology Syllabus contains over 300 pages of specific outlines and many practical health articles. Together, the syllabus and its companion book, Keys to Optimal Health and Happiness, provide over 1200 total numbered references detailing our lifestyle and natural remedies impact our organs.
The course covers the anatomy of skeletal muscles, the indications, benefits, and contraindications of therapeutic massage. Students will learn the procedure of Swedish massage. In this course students receive instruction on how to apply the foundational Swedish massage modality. Such techniques include effleurage, gliding, stretching, jostling, shaking, rocking, petrissage, kneading, compression, friction, tapotement, percussion, and vibration.
This Biblical-based course describes how the mind works, the laws governing mental health, stress management, thought processes, interpersonal communication skills, and forgiveness.
Study the life of the great Physician as He mingled among men. Learn His methods of soul-winning as recorded in that beautiful masterpiece by Ellen White, “The Ministry of Healing.” Through a contextual study of this book, learn to use the right arm of the gospel to reach all classes of people.
This class covers the theory and lab on basic patient care in a home setting or mission field. Learn about vital signs, how to handle emergency situations, basic suturing, injections, wound care, cleanliness, medications vs. herbs, and infection control.
The student studies the contributions of protein, carbohydrates, lipids, and the major vitamins and minerals. The health advantages and possible deficiencies of a vegetarian diet are explored. When to use supplements and how to achieve a good nutritionally balanced diet are also studied.
This short class covers the “how to” of personal evangelism. You will learn the cycle of harvest, how to initiate conversations, how to prepare Bible studies, how to answer objections, and encourage decision.
Study the comprehensive blueprint of our calling as individuals and as a remnant people. How do we strategically finish the work of God on this earth in this generation? Find out the real understanding of, “every church member a medical missionary”.
This course is designed to help develop the true principles of Christ in the life of the students and prepare them to lead others to the Kingdom through the ministry of the Holy Spirit.
This is an investigation of the role of the gift of prophecy as demonstrated in the life and ministry of Ellen G. White. Emphasis will be given to her role in the development of the SDA church, and the miracles that testify to her work.
The importance and uniqueness of the Sanctuary Message to the SDA church is taught. It includes a study of the work of Christ in the Heavenly Sanctuary and how it applies to Christian life today.
Learn the art and science of making delicious vegetarian dishes.
Discuss God’s plan of education. See its preservation throughout history and contrast it with the world’s system of education. Discover the dynamic relationship of education and redemption, while illustrating ways and means by which Christian principles may pervade every facet of education.