Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
Measured by enrollment trends only, one cannot deny that Adventist education in the ’50s and ’60s was formidable. Accessibility, affordability, work-study programs, strong church demographics and other factors optimized Adventist education’s growth and impact on the church as a whole in North America. More than a half century later, however, Adventist education is challenged on many fronts
This summer Charleston, S.C., has been in the news because of the racially motivated massacre of nine African-Americans attending a Bible study an
There’s no Plan B in Evangelism
Editorial by José Cortés, president of the New Jersey Conference.
Over the past few years, I’ve had a few opportunities to participate in committees tasked with hatching ideas that breathe new life into our education system in North America. Invariably the conversation turns to the pastor/school relationship.
Editorial by Darren Wilkins, principal of Spring Valley Academy
Saul had enjoyed great success in persecuting the Christians in Jerusalem, and was authorized to chase them down after they escaped to the North. But, on the way to Damascus, God called his name.
Editorial By Rick Remmers, Chesapeake Conference president
We Say Farewell to an Alumna, Employee and Friend
Story by Dale Twomley
On various occasions, I have heard members of the church say, “I don’t have the gift of evangelism.” To that I generally reply, “That may be true, not everyone is cut out to manage great campaigns or do television and radio presentations, but all of us as disciples have a responsibility.” Then I hasten to add that we all need to remember that evangelism itself is not so much a gift
May 2015 Editorial
The Road to Yes or No
Editorial by Rob Vandeman, Dave Weigley and Seth Bardu (pictured)