Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
The first two issues of Real magazine were recently mailed to more than 3,000 children, taking Christ-centered content into the homes of unchurched youth across North America.
Under a new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rule, anyone using a wireless microphone that operates in the 700 Mhz Band must stop using it by June 12.
We regret to announce the passing of Adrian Theophilus Westney, DD, 82, who died last night after a brief illness.
Kitty “KM” Hammond, 76, a second-generation member of Chesapeake Conference’s Dover (Del.) church, recently had 50 years of professional art on display at the Delaware Agricultural Museum in Dover.
Kirsten Wolcott, a 2007 graduate of Richmond Adventist Academy in Richmond, Va., and a member of the Tappahannock (Va.) church, was recently found dead on the Pacific island of Yap, Micronesia.
With the goal of reducing pedestrian fatalities at one of Maryland’s most dangerous intersections, representatives from several Seventh-day Adventist institutions in the Takoma Park, Md.-area participated in a pedestrian safety awareness event recently.
Celebrating religious freedom is not something that often comes to the minds of those who have never been without it, but for Chesapeake Conference’s Spencerville church, having religious freedom deserves a celebration.
Nearly 60 Seventh-day Adventist students from secular campuses around the Mid-Atlantic region were encouraged and challenged at the second annual ANEW (Addressing the Now in Exercising the Will) retreat.
The fourth annual National Conference on Innovation recently held in Columbus, Ohio, attracted twice as many participants as the first such gathering in 2005.