Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Potomac Conference
Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington (ACSGW) is working to assist Afghan refugee families who have recently settled in the Washington, D.C., area.
In my mid-30s, I experienced depression for the first time in my life. Being a very positive person who is known for my laugh and optimistic demeanor, it was such a stark contrast from my usual state of mind.
It is so important to be careful about what we watch, read and listen to. When we let something into our lives—good or bad, whether through our eyes or ears—it will eventually come out.
This verse reminds me that I am loved, and nothing I have done or any mistake I have made will keep Him from loving me and thinking about me. His thoughts about me are not just random thoughts, but beautiful, wonderful and lovely thoughts. How awesome is that?
It amazes me that God chose me; that He thought I would be worthy of His kingdom. How can anyone love me that much?
God tells you to cry to Him, and He will answer you. He always listens when you humbly kneel and tell Him everything you feel in your heart.
This verse gives me comfort because it reassures me that God will always be there for me, ready to come to my aid at any moment.
At six months pregnant, I found myself facing the repercussions of severe marital distress. As a result, I was placed on hospital bed rest until I gave birth—a blessed event that seemed incredibly far away.
The ministry has allowed Leesburg members to meet more individuals from their neighborhood—especially teachers and school staff who dedicate their time to impact the lives of young people in the community.
Histoire par Tiffany Doss
Durante el Tercer Congreso Quinquenal Constituyente de la Conferencia de Potomac, celebrada a través de Zoom en marzo, los delegados votaron como presidente de la conferencia a Charles A. Tapp, antiguo pastor principal de la iglesia de Sligo de la Conferencia de Potomac en Takoma Park, Maryland.