Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- July 2019
For the past four years WGTS 91.9 has been teaming up with Tysons Corner Center to host free summer concerts that are open to the general public. The partnership has brought thousands of people to the mall, fostered service projects around the D.C. and increased business for the retailers as well.
Pastors visited and prayed with members and visitors, held nightly meetings shar- ing biblical doctrines, while calling all in attendance to give their hearts to Jesus.
Can't make it to the 2019 International Pathfinder Camporee, watch the evening programs here!
Seven months of intense work and preparation culminated into 37-and-a-half minutes of careful execution, ultimately ending in victory.
Each spring the Office of Education hosts annual events that allow students from the 10 Allegheny East Conference (AEC) elementary schools to compete with each other.
Did you know that Adventist HealthCare is one of the largest providers of community benefit and charity care in the region?
Fort Washington Medical Center is a 37-bed hospital located just south of National Harbor in a growing section of the region. It cares for close to 40,000 patients a year in its emergency department and, like Adventist HealthCare, has a strong commitment to serving the needs of their community.
Get acquainted with your community hospital, Adventist HealthCare White Oak Medical Center!
"One Sabbath I was reading my Bible on the floor of our military housing. A captain came in and I could not hide. I started to pray—I could be imprisoned, even killed for having religious materials. When questioned, I did not get into trouble," says Bemnet Meried, an evangelist living in Virginia. "He said, “Good example.” That was one time on my Adventist journey when the Lord intervened."
Highland View Academy alumnus Kylynda Bauer recently gave a TEDx Talk.