Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- November 2018
The new school year at Potomac Conference's Shenandoah Valley Academy
(SVA) has already provided many blessings! Seeing the smiles and experiencing the youthful energy of 202 students reverberating through SVA’s classrooms, ballfields, cafeteria and dorms is a great joy!
At Allegheny East Conference's Pine Forge Academy, placing God at the center of operations is the overall objective for the 2018–19 school year. It is for this reason the Religion Department, in collaboration with the Pine Forge church, intentionally planned a powerful and impactful back-to-school revival, including keynote speaker and alumnus Garnett Adams.
Two pastors from the Potomac Conference--Alex Barrientos, pastor of the Meadowbridge and Gloucester churches in Virginia, and Daniel Xisto, associate pastor of the Takoma Park (Md.) church, were ordained to the gospel ministry earlier this year.
Earlier this year, the Hispanic Ministries Department set a goal to baptize at least 100 people in 100 days during the “100 Days of Harvest” evangelistic campaign. As part of this initiative, more than 800 people recently attended the 2018 Ohio Conference Hispanic Camp Meeting at Camp Mohaven in Danville, Ohio.
After prayerful consideration, the New Jersey Conference (NJC) Executive Committee unanimously elected Karen L. Senecal this week as their new treasurer. She will be the first female to hold this position and will join the conference team January 1, 2019.
Más de 150 personas asistieron recientemente a una feria de salud en la iglesia hispana de Allentown de la Conferencia de Pensilvania.
The average net growth of Seventh-day Adventists across the North American Division is 1.5 percent. But this is so much more than numbers; this is
about people—our children, friends, co-workers and neighbors. They are finding Jesus and following His truth.
More than 1,000 WGTS listeners came together at Sligo church in Takoma Park, Md., to hear about the hope that Jesus brings at the WGTS “Night of Hope.”
This month we talked to pastors' spouses to see how they navigate life in the spotlight. Also, read about what is happening in our conferences and schools!
When Priska Volpe took her first Steps to Christ to the gym, she prayed for the Holy Spirit to provide an opportunity to share the book and to give her the boldness and courage to talk with someone.