Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- March 2019
Prayer is powerful. I’m sure if you asked most anyone, they would agree with this statement. But how many truly understand the power of prayer and take time daily to plead with God? How many truly claim His promises and persevere in prayer?
“The mission of the Potomac Conference is to ‘Grow Healthy, Disciple-Making Churches,’” says Jose Esposito, Hispanic Ministries director. “In order for this to be concrete, leaders must have a spiritual lifestyle..."
What are ways that each of us can make a positive impact? Relationships are incredibly important.
The Prison Ministries team at Calvary church in Newport News, Va., partnered with its youth mentoring ministry to play chess at the Newport News Juvenile Detention Center this past fall.
Mandy Reibsome, baptized by Mike Sady, pastor of the Shamokin Mission (Pa.) Group, was just one of the 639 people who joined a Pennsylvania Conference church in 2018.
With the cold weather this winter, Shiloh church members in Cincinnati began thinking about children’s preparedness and how they could help.
The Adventist Robotics League (ARL), themed “Into Orbit,” is coming to the Ohio Conference March 17 at Kettering College for a STEM-focused event.
The planning committee of the 39th Pastoral Evangelism and Leadership Conference (PELC) recently recognized Lawrance E. Martin, Allegheny East Conference’s (AEC) vice president for finance, for his contribution to the regional work of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
The service included screening for common vision problems, determining if the customers needed corrective lenses and fitting them for free glasses.
Kettering Adventist Health Network is making several key leadership transitions, effective March 11.