Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- December 2020
When I arrived to the United States in 2004 to study at La Sierra University (Calif.), two main obstacles stood in my way: How would I pay for my tuition, and how would I adjust to American culture?
I was teaching at the local church school when I met him. He was a single father. Most mornings he drove his daughter, niece and nephew to school.
Jesus came that we may have life and have it more abundantly. It is the enemy that comes to steal, kill and destroy (John 10:10).
I imagine Paul saying to Silas, straining his eyes to discern his face through the desperate midnight darkness: “Silas, we’re in a tough situation. There is no way of escape, so let’s just start singing praises.”
I believe in and live by faith. I know that nothing in the future, whether I succeed or fail or am in good health or not, will stunt my growth in God, because I believe in Him and His Word.
My friend and I volunteered to get water for the evening’s activities on our camping trip. But soon the sun started to set, and the forest got dark fast. By the time we filled our buckets, the forest was pitch black.
Kettering Adventist HealthCare launched a new program to help support emergency personnel’s mental health.
“We received the news with great excitement,” says Terry Forde, president and CEO of Adventist HealthCare.
Lors de l’ouverture de la réunion de fin d’année du Comité Executif de l'Union de Fédérations de Columbia, le président de l’union Dave Weigley, a mentionné que la mission se poursuit malgré les restrictions dues à la pandémie de coronavirus.
What does it mean to seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness? For me it means to make God’s priorities mine and to incorporate the principles of His Word in every aspect of my life.