Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- June 2018
Through her book, One Thing I Ask, Debbie Luther Howell wants to lead Christians back to knowing God through His Word.
In her book, Walking the Pathway of Prayer, Violet Cox, Prayer Ministries director for the Allegheny West Conference, invites readers to journey with her and discover a more meaningful prayer life.
Read (or download) the 2018 June Visitor here.
WGTS 91.9 staff are helping the Washington, D.C., area celebrate the Washington Capitals Stanley Cup Championship.
Nine students from academies within the Columbia Union Conference recently received the Office of Education’s annual Caring Heart Award. The following graduates were nominated for demonstrating a personal commitment to service and witnessing.
As Christians, we possess the head knowledge about God’s promises and plans for our lives. However, many times our belief in His care and protection doesn’t translate into our response to life’s difficulties.
Volunteers from the North American Division, Allegheny East (AEC) and Chesapeake conference Adventist Community Services Disaster Response have joined forces to help clean up flood damage in the Baltimore and Catonsville, Md., areas following floods in the spring.
Standing on the podium to receive the 2018 International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Adult Female Blue Medium-Heavy World title this spring, Kayla Dehm was able to be “present in the moment and enjoy how far God had taken her,” she says—a much different place than where she was last year.
Seventh-day Adventists are among the most racially and ethnically diverse American religious groups. A groundbreaking survey Monte Sahlin conducted also confirmed that Adventism is not only browning but also graying. How will these demographic shifts impact how we minister in our communities?
Story by Betty Klinck
Adventist HealthCare's Washington Adventist Hospital (WAH) has received a national award for its high-quality care of heart attack patients—one of only 203 hospitals nationwide to receive the honor.