Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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A principios del mes pasado, Tara VinCross supervisó el lanzamiento de la Escuela de Evangelismo REACH de Columbia Union con base en Philadelphia. La apertura incluyó un fin de semana de capacitación para las iglesias participantes en Columbus, Ohio, donde se llevó a cabo la primera sesión. VinCross, directora, reporta que se matricularon 13 adultos jóvenes el primer trimestre.
Feature by Elizabeth Anderson and Beth Michaels
While giving students overseas mission opportunities has been a priority at Washington Adventist University for more than 30 years, nothing supersedes the school’s focus at home through nearly 30 campus ministries
A WAU professor translates and unveils an interdenominational Bible for Russian-speaking people, making God’s Word come alive.
Story by Angie Crews
Last Sabbath leaders of the Columbia Union Conference, Washington Adventist University (WAU) and Potomac Conference's Sligo Church in Takoma Park, Md., teamed up to host a special day of prayer in preparation for General Conference (GC) Session.
Understanding the process of choosing leadership for the Adventist Church.
June 25, 2015 | Silver Spring, Maryland, United States | Mylon Medley/ANN
In preparation for the 60th General Conference Session in San Antonio that will begin July 1, please join leaders from Sligo Church, Washington Adventist University and the Columbia Union Conference for a special day of prayer, study and discussion on women, ordination and unity.
Story by Celeste Ryan Blyden
Pacific Press recently printed 1,000,000 copies of El Centinela for distribution across the North American Division. The One Million Plan is a joint initiative of the North American Division's Multilingual department, the Hispanic Coordinators from each of the union and conference offices, the local hispanic churches and El Centinela Magazine.
In the Wake of Tragedy, Proactivity Must Prevail
The Allegheny East Conference shared the following statement this morning:
“These all died in the faith . . . and confessed that they were strangers and pilgrims on the earth.” (Hebrews 11:13)