Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- April 2015
Make Amigos for Christ—a New Resource for Spanish-Speaking Members
Interview by Beth Michaels
Washington Adventist Hospital and Shady Grove Medical Center earn awards for providing community with the highest standard of rapid, life-saving stroke care.
Story by Danielle Lewald
Health & Wellness: Secrets That Will Chance Your Life, the North American Division's 2015 missionary health book, shares tips on how to improve every aspect of your health. For motivation--just in time for Health Impact day, April 18--read our interview with co-editor and evangelist Mark Finley.
Interview by Dawna-gene Milton
Jack Nail, “Uncle Jack” as he was fondly known, fell ill earlier this year and died April 3 at age 86.
Story by Samantha Young
Three Seventh-day Adventists took a U.S. baseball team to court this week on accusations of being fired over their refusal to work on Sabbaths.
Allegheny East, Chesapeake and Potomac conferences are gearing up for the Columbia Union Conference's "Prophecies of Hope" evangelism initiative starting April 11.
Watch this video report to see snippets from the March 21 prayer rally and watch interviews from participants eager to share hope with their communities.
Local Adventist church in Garissa, Kenya solicits prayers for victims in the community
Story by ANN Staff
The two leaders discuss ways to help people and promote religious tolerance.
When Typhoon Haiyan made landfall in the Philippines, it impacted more than 13 million people and approximately 250,000 homes. The devastation also impacted the family of Leila Dumagsa-McGowan, an elder at the West Chester church who was born and raised in Merida on the island of Leyte, Philippines.