Health News

Roebuck, SC Seminar A Big Success

This past Saturday, August 21st Rhonda and I drove to Roebuck, South Carolina, which is just outside of Spartanburg, for a 10:30 a.m. seminar at the First Baptist Church. We had a great seminar with an attendance a little over 300. The pastor of the church opened the seminar with prayer and the ladies of the church prepared boxed organic ...

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Congressman McHenry Visits Hallelujah Acres

This past Tuesday, August 17, we were honored to have U. S. Congressman for North Carolina District 10 Patrick McHenry as our special guest. Congressman McHenry has previously visited Hallelujah Acres for the groundbreaking ceremony of The Villages of Hallelujah Acres two years ago. It was so good to have him with us once again. On this visit, we were ...

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Great Seminar in New Bern, NC This Past Weekend

This past Friday we drove the six hours from Shelby to New Bern, NC arriving early evening. Saturday after a beautiful early morning walk along the Neuse River we were at the seminar location by 9:00 to greet the people who had come from many miles around. One lady and her husband had driven down from Virginia to attend the ...

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HA Cafe Featured in Spartanburg Herald-Journal

The following article by Gary Glancy featuring the Hallellujah Acres Café appeared in the July 25, 2010 Sunday edition of the Spartanburg (SC) Herald-Journal. Students Learn Vegan Cooking at Hallelujah Acres Through the years we have had many fine articles written regarding the Hallelujah Acres ministry and what we have to offer here at Hallelujah Acres, but I believe this ...

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Seminar This Past Weekend Nearly Filled Our Auditorium

When I began my “God’s Way to Ultimate Health” seminar at Hallelujah Acres this past Saturday, August 7th, the 300 seats we had set up before the seminar began were nearly full. But the people kept coming and kept coming and our staff kept setting up more and more tables and chairs, until about 30 minutes after the seminar had ...

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15 Fruits and Veggies Relatively Clean Of Pesticide Residues

Last week we shared the “Dirty Dozen” list – a group of 12 fruits and vegetables found to be high in pesticide content. In an attempt to raise awareness about pesticide use, the Environment Working Group reviewed 100,000 produce pesticide reports from the U. S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and put together a list ...

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12 Fruits and Veggies Make the “Dirty Dozen” List

In an attempt to raise awareness about pesticide use, the Environment Working Group (EWG) reviewed 100,000 produce pesticide reports from the U. S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and put together a list of the “Dirty Dozen,” of produce that contains the highest amount of pesticide residues. According to the EWG’s Amy Rosenthal, if you ...

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Rev. Malkmus & Rhonda Home after 3,000 Mile Speaking Tour

Rhonda and I arrived home safely this past Saturday afternoon (July 24) after spending eleven days on the road, driving 2,879 miles, delivering three seminars, and taping two 1-hour television programs. As always it is so good to be home and sleeping in our own beds. Motels are nice when on the road, but there is no place like home! ...

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Millions of Doses of Swine Flu Vaccine to Be Burned

Atlanta (AP) July 01, 2010 – “About a quarter of the swine flu vaccine (H1N1) vaccine produced for the U.S. public has expired – meaning that a whopping 40 million doses worth about $260 million are being written off. . . . . About 30 million more doses will expire later and may go unused . . . . If ...

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Rev. Malkmus Reports From On the Road

I am writing this from my motel room in Algona, Iowa. The day is Monday, July 19, and the time is 6:00 a.m. This will be just a little update of our activities for the past week. Wednesday, July 14, we left home in Shelby, North Carolina at about 9:00 a.m. after packing, and drove approximately 500 miles, stopping just ...

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