Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Potomac Conference
More than 150 people, including early church leaders, guests and state officials attended the celebration this past Sabbath.
Each registration day, Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) faculty and staff form a circle, join hands and pray for the students who will momentarily walk through the doors of Twomley Hall and become part of the SVA family.
My Home, a recent album of original music and hymns arranged in a Bossa Nova style, is the result of three years of work by Felipe Paccagnella.
When Maricris España, a staff member of Potomac Conference’s Langley Park (Md.) Conquistadores Pathfinder Club, walked on the stage during the Wednesday night meeting of the 2019 International Pathfinder Camporee, she didn’t know that she was in for a big surprise.
Hangar Provides Camporee Fun, Focus on Mission
Pathfinders from around the Columbia Union are taking over the Columbia Union Visitor Instagram stories at #2019Chosen. Don't miss the fun!
Claudio and Pamela Consuegra, directors of the Family Ministries Department for the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists and members of Potomac Conference's Beltsville (Md.) church, received the GC Spalding Medallion award.
Evangelism is a lifestyle. This motto drives many Potomac Conference Far West End church members to seek opportunities to help their Rockville, Va., community.
Seven months of intense work and preparation culminated into 37-and-a-half minutes of careful execution, ultimately ending in victory.
"One Sabbath I was reading my Bible on the floor of our military housing. A captain came in and I could not hide. I started to pray—I could be imprisoned, even killed for having religious materials. When questioned, I did not get into trouble," says Bemnet Meried, an evangelist living in Virginia. "He said, “Good example.” That was one time on my Adventist journey when the Lord intervened."