“Believing in the Lord was one thing; getting to know Him though has been life-changing,” shares Amanda Stevens. “I am not the same person that I was even three months ago. I have yielded my life fully to Jesus. And I love Him."
Suzanne recalls the first time the two met, “I was twelve and he was thirteen when he and his father came to the plumbing shop where I answered phones on Sundays. After buying some fittings, they left and he winked at me with those beautiful powder blue eyes.”
Praise God for Seventh-day Adventist Education! During the COVID-19 crisis, I have seen our teachers rise to the challenge, ensuring that students have a safe online destination where they are continuing their classes and developing their relationship with Jesus.
Pam Scheib began her Pathfinder and Adventurer ministry in 1999 when she said, “I do” to her husband, Michael. Since then, she has served as a Pathfinder club staff member, club director and area coordinator, to ultimately becoming the Pennsylvania Conference Pathfinder and Adventurer Ministries director in 2010.
Those who know Jeannette Dare can testify she has a love and passion for people and a desire to care for them in practical ways. Dare brought this passion and care to her work as Pennsylvania Conference’s Adventist Community Services director for the last 13 years.
A few months ago, Tammi was inspired by the Holy Spirit to begin a special mission. An artist in her spare time, Tammi started collecting smooth stones androcks which she paints, inscribing on each onea particular scripture from the Bible.
This month the Pennsylvania Conference education team is saying good-bye as Toni Wlasniewski, a teacher at Reading Junior Academy, and Machelle Williams, head teacher for the Pocono Adventist Christian School, Stroudsburg, Pa., are both retiring from education.