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Pastor Brenda Billingy of Allegheny East Conference’s Bladensburg church was triumphant as she crossed the finish line of the 10th annual Vibrant Life 5K Fun Run and Walk held recently in Hagerstown, Md.
At the third quadrennial constituency session of the Allegheny East Conference (AEC), more than 400 delegates gathered to obtain updates from conference departments, make their voices heard, and confidently re-elect their top three incumbent officers, who will retain their roles for the next four years.
Chesapeake Conference’s Fred Kinsey is the new speaker/director of the Voice of Prophecy (VOP), one of the longest-running radio programs delivering hope to a hurting world.
Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) president Charles Sandefur, a member of Chesapeake Conference’s Spencerville church in Silver Spring, Md., was a participant at the recent Ministerial Roundtable, a forum hosted by the U.N. Industrial Development Organization.
Ohio Conference’s Spring Valley Academy (SVA) located in Centerville, a suburb of Dayton, has received significant damage from a fire that appears to have originated in the school’s mechanical room, which doubles as the office of Steve Erickson, maintenance director. No one was injured.
Going green may be really popular right now, but adopting a green mindset is not always easy. Committed Earth stewardship involves multiple phases including thinking green and acting green, said Trinity Temple’s communication director.
Conference Adventist Community Services (ACS) directors and the executive directors of several metro ministries gathered at the Columbia Union Conference headquarters recently.
Education, Columbia Union College (CUC), and finances were high on the agenda during last month’s Columbia Union Conference Spring Meetings.
During a disaster, community members, volunteer organizations, and government agencies trust the trained volunteers of Adventist Community Services (ACS) Disaster Response to respond quickly and compassionately to disaster survivors.
Beginning today, Seventh-day Adventists in the mid-Atlantic United States will embark on a yearlong centennial celebration with commemorative events, publications, and observances.