Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- January 2021
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in the spring of 2020, Adventist HealthCare has been caring for those afflicted by the disease as well as actively working to prevent the spread of the virus in the community.
On two consecutive weekends, a Washington Adventist University student and an employee have made this commitment publicly through baptism at Sligo church.
“Keep on asking” refers to our needs, wants and wishes that reflect the Lord’s will in our lives. It is not pushing buttons to get what we want.
In my 22 years of ministry, I have had many unforgettable Sabbaths, but none more so than in Delta Junction, Alaska.
Nancy Viera acababa de enterarse de que se estaba muriendo de cáncer. Esta noticia le trajo tristeza y desesperación. Sin saber qué hacer, fue a caminar a Walmart para aclarar su mente.
Jesús fue un maestro narrador que usó parábolas para llegar a otros. El liderazgo de NJC está comprometido a priorizar el evangelismo digital para difundir el evangelio.
Pine Forge Academy (PFA) students and staff recently recognized the exemplary work and dedication of Audrey Booker, who served and retired as the school nurse in September 2020.
In 2017, the Mountain View Conference Executive Committee met to strategically plan for the future.
No matter what the year holds, one thing is clear: God’s people in Pennsylvania will be actively engaged in sharing the good news of Jesus Christ.
An essential lesson from the pioneers is the art and mastery of spreading the Word. Embracing today’s digital tools for evangelism can meet the needs of others in real-time.