Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- December 2018
The reason for both Jesus’ birth and the Seventh-day Adventist Church have something in common.
Adventist HealthCare Washington Adventist Hospital in Takoma Park, Md., has been ranked in the top seven percent of hospitals nationwide for the quality care it provides patients who undergo coronary bypass graft surgery, the most common type of open heart surgery in the U.S.
El nacimiento de Jesús y la iglesia Adventista del Séptimo Dia tienen algo en común.
To celebrate the hard work Potomac Conference pastors accomplish, leadership quietly selected and recognized two candidates at the annual Pastors’ Meeting, an event for team building, personal reflection and growth.
Recently our pastors asked if I would consider setting up a prayer group where they could pray together, share each other’s burdens and connect with Christ as a ministry team. This is a fantastic idea!
“Pastors look to find people in the community, and the church who has done unusual things, acting in a way to help. And this year, I asked you, Ken, to help me because you are the recipient!”
“This is the type of involvement that we’re looking for through ADRA Connections,” says Nicole Watson, ADRA’s advancement specialist, “and working together with local churches and other entities is key.”
More than 175 people (including men) recently attended the Ohio Conference Women's Ministries one-day retreat.
“We’re thrilled about this new international partnership between Kettering College and Burman University,” said Kettering College President Nate Brandstater.
Mountain View Conference's Toll Gate church in Pennsboro, W.Va., recently
hosted its inaugural Biker Sabbath, after connecting with Pastor Bill and Audrey Hunt, leaders of the Three Angels’ Messengers (3AM) Motorcycle Association, during campmeeting.