In the spring of 2014, Clifford Long received a Voice of Prophecy (VOP) Discover Bible study request card that eventually led to several of his family members learning more about the Bible. Long returned the card, and started receiving Discover Bible studies from Delsie Knicely, a member from the Lewisburg (W.Va.) church.
“Christ’s method alone will give true success in reaching the [children]. The Savior mingled with [them] as one who desired their good. He showed His sympathy for them, ministered to their needs, and won their confidence. Then He bade them, ‘Follow Me’” (The Ministry of Healing, p.143).
A 2013 partnership between the Voice of Prophecy (VOP) and the Mountain View Conference (MVC) recently resulted in a new church company in West Virginia. One of the three mailings the partners sent to blanket the MVC was focused in the New Martinsville area.
Rebecca Trent, a member of the Logan (W.Va.) church, visited a church petting zoo and thought it would be a good outreach event for her community. She wanted to raise awareness of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the truths it professes.
Mountain View Conference (MVC) is mourning the death of Feryl E. Moorhouse Harris, former MVC Sabbath School, Children’s and Women’s ministries and Trust Services department director. Harris died as a result of a car crash June 15 in Riverside, Calif.
A pesar de que algunas asociaciones cancelaron sus campestres en lugar de la Sesión General en julio, muchos miembros hispanos en la Unión aún tienen planes de reunirse. A continuación algunos detalles para ayudarle a planificar: