“The gospel is the sanctifying influence in our world. Its influence upon hearts will bring harmony. The standard of truth is to be uplifted and the atonement of Christ presented as the grand, central theme for consideration. The medical missionary work is to be to the work of the church as the right arm to the body. The third angel goes forth proclaiming the commandments of God and the faith of Jesus. The medical missionary work is the gospel in practice. All lines of work are to be harmoniously blended in giving the invitation: “Come; for all things are now ready” (Testimonies, Vol. 8, p. 77).
Not anymore. The health work of Seventh-day Adventists has lost its mission. We have abandoned our divine commission to bring the world to Christ, His gospel, and His kingdom (Matthew 28:19-20). The most important duty of the church and its entities is to lead men and women to salvation by communicating the gospel to them in context of the Three Angels’ Messages. That was the purpose for which God began the health work in the first place, to be the right arm of this important mandate. There is no nobler, more holy mission. We must proclaim the final work of Christ’s atonement to the world.
Unfortunately, this is not AdventHealth’s mission. They have now found new partners in the sports and entertainment industries,  including “theater and performing arts”.  To be clear, AdventHealth is owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. AdventHealth not only appears in the “official Adventist yearbook,”  but the General Conference Secretariat states the following about the yearbook:
“The annual Seventh-day Adventist Yearbook is a directory of the ecclesiastical organizations beyond the local church, and institutions that are owned, controlled, or directed by these organizational units. The mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church is advanced through these organizations and institutions.” 
Because AdventHealth is in the official yearbook, it is owned by the church and is supposed to “advance” the mission of the “Seventh-day Adventist Church.” Tragically, they have lost their mission. These new human mandates and human partnerships with the world are diametrically opposed to our historic faith and mission. The historic mission of our pioneers was not destined to end when they died. The work started by the founders of the movement was to continue to the present day because it is God’s mission.
In the above video dated February 8, 2021, Ross L. Chastain, a professional race car driver who has partnered with AdventHealth,  announced a Super Bowl commercial highlighting AdventHealth’s partnership with the sports and entertainment industries. If this is true then Seventh-day Adventists paid $5.5 million dollars for a 30 second ad promoting worldly entertainment. That was the price for a Super Bowl ad.  This is AdventHealth’s partner who is revealing this. By the way, Ross L. Chastain also appears in the video.
Adventism has been on this planet for 177 years. And for the first 100 years, the church has enjoyed virtually universal confidence in the historical teachings of the faith. But for the past 70 years we have endured a period of unprecedented crisis, a theological crisis that threatens to destroy the very life of the movement. There has been so much criticism leveled against our historic message from people both inside and outside of Adventism that many have forgotten what our purpose is in this world.
Few, if any, seek to restore our historic mission to a more central and more serious role in the life of the church. The loudest voices today are those that criticize the pillars of the Seventh-day Adventist faith and seek to change them. They want to reevaluate the role of the Spirit of Prophecy. They are telling us that this is not the time to give the Third Angel’s Message. And they despise our past experience and seek to abandon the path that the Lord has led us.
“Shall any man sell our peculiar characteristics as God’s chosen people for any advantage the world has to give? Shall the favor of those who transgress the law of God be looked upon as of great value? Shall those whom the Lord has named His people suppose that there is any power higher than the great I AM? Shall we endeavor to blot out the distinguishing points of faith that have made us Seventh-day Adventists?” (Evangelism, p. 121).
“The church cannot measure herself by the world nor by the opinion of men nor by what she once was. Her faith and her position in the world as they now are must be compared with what they would have been if her course had been continually onward and upward. The church will be weighed in the balances of the sanctuary. If her moral character and spiritual state do not correspond with the benefits and blessings God has conferred upon her, she will be found wanting.” (Testimonies, Vol. 5, p. 83).
“In the future, deception of every kind is to arise, and we want solid ground for our feet. We want solid pillars for the building. Not one pin is to be removed from that which the Lord has established. The enemy will bring in false theories … This is one of the points on which there will be a departing from the faith” (Maranatha, p. 192).
It is the great enemy of truth who hates historic Seventh-day Adventism. He hates and persecutes those who proclaim the commandments of God and the testimony of Jesus, the Spirit of Prophecy (Rev. 12:17; 19:10). He hates those who own the Crucified One as their Saviour. He hates those who proclaim the Three Angels’ Messages with a “loud voice.” He hates the faithful ministers who are doing this work. He hates those who stand against him and his antichrist system. He hates those who do not yield to his authority or who do not unite with his apostates.
And he is determined to cause us to lose our standing before God during the time of the end. Don’t buy into the devil’s deceptions. Do not join the world in its amusements and festivities. The devil is a snake and he intends for us to lose our way. If we do not wake up, we will be left out because we won’t recognize the final work of God when the Latter Rain is poured out.
“Unless those who can help in _____ are aroused to a sense of their duty, they will not recognize the work of God when the loud cry of the third angel shall be heard” (Evangelism, p. 118).