Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- April 2019
“We knew that the theme God gave us would present the opportunity for all in attendance to have an encounter with Him. And praise God, He showed up. In spite of sickness among our board and family members, He enabled us to do what was needed,” says newly re-elected President Mark Brown.
Story by Elizabeth Long
Great Place to Work® and FORTUNE have named Kettering Adventist Health Network one of the Best Workplaces in Health Care & Biopharma in the U.S.
Ohio Conference's Stereo Adventist Radio began broadcasting in January 2018. Its beginning was not easy and required extensive preparation. This considerable challenge was nothing compared to the one they had after their first broadcast, however: keeping their broadcasts on air 24/7.
For the 2018–19 academic year, Chesapeake Conference's Spencerville Adventist Academy has more alumni working at the school than ever before. In fact, it has become something of a running joke among staff members who have been here for quite some time that the school is now being run by students. In the high school alone, one-fourth of the teachers are former graduates.
The transition to college can be a challenge. For Stephanie Djuzeu Wandji, the initial adjustment was particularly difficult. The Cameroon native had recently immigrated to the United States and for her, attending Kettering College meant being separated from her husband and young son who stayed behind in Virginia.
Most memories of Mohaven include swimming, archery, high ropes, horses, mountain biking, and that’s only summer camp!
The Navarros retired earlier this year—Al from the Hope Channel and Bonnie from the Pacific Union Conference—and joined the Pennsylvania Conference Planned Giving team. However, they are beginning their retirement a little bit differently than the norm of vacationing and spending time with grandchildren.
Students from Highland View Academy (HVA) recently shared their talents at the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., home to the Washington Wizards and the Washington Capitals.
The Takoma Academy (TA) chorale and camerata is a vocal group consisting of 85 students ranging from grades 9–12.
The Grace Community church recently celebrated a milestone in its congregation’s history. Members gathered together to break ground for a multimillion- dollar state-of-the-art worship center.