Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- June 2019
Adventist HealthCare has named Dwayne Leslie, Esq., as its vice president and chief compliance officer. In this position, he will lead the organization’s comprehensive corporate compliance, organizational integrity and internal audit efforts.
Editorial por Jorege Agüero
En el contexto de la Gran Comisión dada por Jesús en Mateo 28:16 al 20, se encuentran detalles bien específicos de las razones del por qué los discípulos de Jesús de ahora deben estar conectados a la misión de Jesús. De acuerdo con el pasaje bíblico se destaca los siguientes puntos:
Editorial by Jorge Aquero
In the context of the Great Commission given by Jesus in Matthew 28:16–20, there are very specific details of why the disciples of Jesus must now be connected to His mission. According to the biblical passage, the following points stand out:
A panel comprised of teen and young adult members from the Parkwood church in Toledo, Ohio, recently participated in recording the premiere episode of Youth Uncut, a radio show that will soon start airing on AWC Radio—the Allegheny West Conference (AWC) streaming app.
The new space has 39 exam rooms, digital imaging, a minor procedure room, and
an immersive dream room for creating relaxation, visualization, ambiance, and holistic stress relief.
“We are so thankful to God for this building, located in the very center of the Hispanic community here in Scranton,” states Will Peterson, vice president for Administration at the dedication of the Scranton Hispanic Adventist Mission Group's facility.
Adventist Development and Relief Agency joins the world to show support to the more than 66 million refugees around the world.
Naomi Tricomi has a fascinating story to share of her experience as a Bible worker in the Mountain View Conference (MVC).
Most of us have read the book of Genesis and the story of creation many times, but have you ever “read between the lines”?
The 2019 conference is themed “The Challenge of Caring.” It focuses on the fact that when people in churches and communities are taught how to manage their own selfcare, they become more confident about their care, less dependent and more resilient.