• Family Spotlight: The Abraham/Weaver Family

    The Abraham/Weaver family has been attending TPC as a family unit since 2016. Before their marriage, Thomasina and Randy attended the church while dating. Prior to that, Randy began attending the church at birth. Randy was born into a family that started their Adventist roots back in Trinidad and Tobago....

  • Gospel Goodreads

    THE HOLE IN OUR GOSPEL   T.D. Jakes Sr. has described The Hole in Our Gospel as “a clarion call for the church to arise and answer the question, Who is my neighbor?…. If you read this book, you will be inspired, but if you do what this book is asking, you will...

  • Family Spotlight: The Descorbeth Family

    Philip Descorbeth is a native of Brooklyn, New York. His family is from Haiti. His parents have lived in New York for over 40 years. Philip has been a member of Hebron SDA Church since birth. Philip was very active at Hebron. He served as the Assistant Youth Director for...

  • A Taste of the Kingdom of God!

    Below is a letter of thanks received from Ken Flemmer, Director of Adventist Community Service of Greater Washington. A couple weeks ago, Takoma Park members did something that made and will make a difference.  Even though Thanksgiving Food Drive does not have a long history, members took even more seriously...

  • Family Spotlight:Kisha & Craig Samuel and Family

    Kisha and Craig Samuel married in 2014 and are blessed to have joined our families of five amazing children. Craig is a native of St. Johns, Antigua who relocated to New York in the ’90s and ultimately to Maryland. He is currently pursuing a Masters in Cybersecurity at UMBC and...

  • Family Spotlight: Pancheta Wells & Family

    Pancheta Wells, daughter of Ivan and Gertrude Thompson hails from the beautiful Island of Jamaica. She gave birth to 12 children and delivered her last child before the midwife arrived. Pancheta, affectionately called Ms. P. raised all her children in the Seventh Day Adventist Church.  In addition to being a...

  • TPC Health Ministries presents Chronobiology & Human Life, Part 4 – Part XXIV

    Chronobiology and Mealtimes. (Please see the previous issues for the background) This issue examines calories, food choices and mealtimes. Calories A comparative research undertaken by Jakubowicz (Jakubowicz D., et al. (2013). High-caloric intake at breakfast vs. dinner differentially influences weight loss of overweight and obese vomen. Obesity (Silver Spring) aimed...

  • TPC Health Ministries presents Chronobiology & Human Life, Part 3 – Part XXIII

    Chronobiology and Nutrition. (Please see the previous two issues for the background) We are all aware that what we eat and how much we eat has a significant impact on our wellbeing. However, have you considered that when we eat is equally as important? Chronobiology study outcomes now point to...

  • TPC Health Ministries presents Chronobiology & Human Life, Part 2 – Part XXII

    Chronobiology and medication. (Please see the previous issue for the background) Current research is revealing the scope of impact that chronobiology has on a range of diseases. These vary from cancer and cardiac disorders to allergies and arthritis. They highlight epidemiological data and clinical trials indicating the significance of prescribing...

  • TPC Health Ministries presents Chronobiology & Human Life, Part 1 – Part XXI

    Today, we commence a new series looking at the scientific research into chronobiology and its impact on our activities of daily What is chronobiology? The term `chronobiology’ is the research of how biological clocks function to regulate and control almost every function of life. Amita Sehgal, PhD, professor of neuroscience...