Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- July 2019
“Ever since graduating from CUC in 1970 and having passed the Gateway to Service Arch over the years, I have thought of a way to honor the military service of my classmates and the many others who attended the school and were willing to give their all in service to our nation,” expressed Charles Shyab.
Story by Allegheny West Conference Staff
Earlier this year, the Allegheny West Conference Youth Ministries Department, sponsored in part by the Columbia Union Conference, partnered with the Young Adult Ministries Department on a once-in-a-lifetime mission trip to Cuba through ShareHim.
Mark Brown notes one of the greatest lessons he's learned in his spiritual journey: God is not necessarily looking at your ability; He is looking at your availability.
Two Columbia Union Conference members recently participated as Fulbright Scholars.
High schools across the Columbia Union Conference recently recognized students who demonstrate a personal commitment to service and witnessing with Caring Heart Awards.
Churches and schools need an active ministry on social media too! Read our advice on starting an online ministry.
In his recently published book, The Anabaptist Remnant, Andy Weaver, an Amish-turned-Adventist who now leads Ohio Conference’s West Salem Mission, shares
his personal testimony in depth.
When three families shared personal struggles on social media, the prayer and support they received helped to turn their pain into purpose. Find out why they believe prayerful authenticity online can be a blessing and a witness, and why, thanks to social media, you never have to walk alone.
For many people, the internet and social media are platforms to show an idealized version of themselves and rack up likes, hearts and emojis. But when Jessica Sims and other members bravely shared their struggles with the realities of life, they found meaningful connections, heartfelt prayers, much-needed support and opportunities to witness.