Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Columbia Union News
During this special year, we invite you to join us in spending more time reading the Bible, digging deeper for knowledge and understanding, and meditating on its precepts, promises and prophecies.
As Seventh-day Adventists, we are deeply troubled by the actions of those who stormed the U.S. Capitol this week, resulting in injury, destruction and loss of life. The founding principles of our country have always supported expression of differing views, in a civil manner, but never should it lead to what we witnessed on Wednesday.
Leaders are encouraging increased Bible reading, study and memorization, and providing opportunities for members to contemplate and share how the Bible impacts their lives in meaningful ways.
Historia de V. Michelle Bernard
El Comité Ejecutivo de la Unión de Columbia eligió a Rick Remmers como secretario ejecutivo de la unión. Remmers (fotografiado con su esposa, Shayne) comenzó su nuevo cargo en enero para cubrir la vacante dejada por Rob Vandeman, quien anunció planes para retirarse durante el 2021.
In the holiday message by Columbia Union Conference President Dave Weigley, he addresses the challenging times we’re living in today.
Yesterday, the Columbia Union Conference sent COVID-19 relief checks, totaling $360,000, to each of its eight conferences, as well as Washington Adventist University.
You can learn how to podcast, use Youtube or create a small group for ministry. There are also courses on how to reach people from other cultures and countries who live in your community.
When I arrived to the United States in 2004 to study at La Sierra University (Calif.), two main obstacles stood in my way: How would I pay for my tuition, and how would I adjust to American culture?
Words of Life, a daily devotional by Columbia Union Conference members, is currently being printed at the Pacific Press Publishing Association. Members wanting extra copies for Christmas gifts or stocking stuffers can pre-order them now.
El impacto de la pandemia en los ministerios se vio en la reducción de la matrícula educativa, el despido de 10 educadores y el cambio de planes, pero la dedicación de los miembros a la misión también se vio a través del evangelismo innovador, la plantación de iglesias, la atención médica y más.