Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
We pastors care deeply for our church members. We think about you during the week, pray for you, and want to do whatever we can to give you spiritual comfort. But one pastor serves many parishioners, and not all of you are equally sensitive to your pastor’s feelings and needs.
Is it possible to forgive your child’s murderer?
A team from North American Division Adventist Community Services (ACS) Disaster Response has been working in Saipan the past week helping with the relief efforts after typhoon Soudelor hit the island on August 2, 2015.
Story by Dan Weber, North American Division
News commentary: Imagine finding Christ's name in the Ashley Madison data dump.
Adventist Risk Management, Inc. (ARM) is transitioning its campaign that focused on preventing child abuse to the enditnow campaign, led by the Women’s Ministries department of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the World Divisions. The move will enhance the resources provided by the enditnow campaign and expand its focus to children in distress.
True religion is comprised of faith mixed with elements of forgiveness and reconciliation, not a divisive force that fuels tension and violence in society as many people believe, a group of scholars, lawyers and religious freedom advocates declared at a major Seventh-day Adventist-organized forum.
We asked Columbia Union General Conference Session delegates and members "What do You Think About the “No” Vote?" Here are some of their responses: