By Andrew McChesney, Adventist Review
Paul Kincaid, a 75-year-old retiree living in the mountains of northern Idaho, never stays in motels.
But he had no choice when he got stuck in a snowstorm last February, so he reluctantly pulled into a motel parking lot.
Kincaid never watches television.
But he was bored in the motel room, so he flipped on the television set and saw Dr. Lela Lewis, president of Your Best Pathway to Health, and her husband, Chris, also a medical doctor, talking on 3ABN about an upcoming free mega-clinic in Los Angeles, California.
Kincaid rarely visits the doctor because of the cost, but this week he got a physical examination, an eye test, and other services from five Seventh-day Adventist doctors at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
“It’s really unusual because I don’t usually stay in a motel, but I think God was leading,” said Kincaid, who took a bus to Los Angeles. “It was just that one night that I watched 3ABN and heard about this program. It’s awesome.”
Kincaid is among the thousands of people who have flocked to the sprawling convention center in downtown Los Angeles to receive free dental, medical, and vision services at the mega-clinic organized by Your Best Pathway to Health in partnership with the Seventh-day Adventist Church.