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Benjamin S. Carson, Sr., MD, received the nation’s highest civilian award, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, in a recent ceremony at the White House.
Susan C. Scharffenberg has accepted a call to serve as provost of Columbia Union College (CUC), effective July 1.
Conference Adventist Community Services (ACS) directors and the executive directors of several metro ministries gathered at the Columbia Union Conference headquarters recently.
Some 3,500 church members and leaders gathered in Kettering, Ohio, recently for a special event commemorating the 150th anniversary of the vision that sparked Ellen G. White’s writing of The Great Controversy.
Twenty-two professional and highly talented musicians from around the Columbia Union were honored and awarded recently during the first Guild of Adventist Musicians Music Awards Ceremony.
Six qualifying Pathfinder clubs from the Columbia Union recently competed at the Division Level Pathfinder Bible Achievement held in Berrien Springs, Mich.
An F1 Tornado hit Allegheny East’s George E. Peters Seventh-day Adventist School in Chillum, Md., Sunday afternoon destroying part of the gym and roof and overturning a trailer.
Recently 11 Pathfinder clubs from the Chesapeake, Mountain View, Ohio, and Pennsylvania conferences participated in the Columbia Union Pathfinder Bible Achievement.
Members of the Richmond Evangelistic Center in Virginia recently had a grand opening celebration in honor of their new church facility.
Pennsylvania Faith United Against Tobacco, a diverse coalition of faith leaders from across the state, held a press conference recently at the state capitol to urge the legislature to enact comprehensive smoke-free legislation that covers all workplaces and protects all Pennsylvanians from the dangers of secondhand smoke.