Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- November 2018
Did you hear about the students in Swedish schools who walk a daily mile, resulting in higher academic abilities? This report inspired me to start something
similar in my Ohio Conference's Spring Valley Academy classroom this year.
Students from Spencerville Adventist Academy's Broadcast Journalism Television News Production class recently conducted a social experiment during the lunch hour at school.
Rubén Ramos hopes that by the end of 2019, members will have increased the number of small groups around the union from 900 to 3,000.
I have experienced that this is what makes Adventist education the most effective. Spirituality, like our devotion to God, must be first in whatever it is we do, says Burney Culpepper, the recently selected new principal of Blue Mountain Academy.
In today’s tech-reliant world, it can be tougher than ever to focus on something without getting distracted. Some of the wonderful gadgets designed to make our lives easier and keep us constantly connected can be dangerous—and even deadly—when, for instance, one’s attention is on texting instead of on the more pressing matter of driving.
Youth Ministries leaders recently introduced their first Cultural Heritage/Awareness Day at Camp Adena in Thornville, Ohio.
Visit the Miamisburg church on most Sunday afternoons, and you will find a room full of children, laughter, excitement and tumbling.
Recently God has multiplied the efforts on behalf of the Hispanic community in the Mountain View Conference.
And here’s the important thing about all of these things: regardless of what you are doing or not doing, there is something to be learned by a few seconds of stillness.
Déclaration du Comité Exécutif de l’Union de Fédérations de Columbia 20 novembre 2018.