Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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- December 2019
The year 2020 marks the 125th anniversary of our beloved Columbia Union Conference Visitor magazine. As we prayerfully consider how to reach and engage new generations of members, how to be good stewards of our resources and environment, and how to creatively use the technology that is literally at our fingertips, we see many wonderful opportunities ahead.
WGTS 91.9 held a live remote with Johnny and Stacey from the afternoon show to invite people to Potomac Mills Mall to buy and bring toys for the Salvation Army Angel Tree kids. Listeners brought hundreds of toys and many also selected gift tags off of the Angel Tree to shop for a specific child’s wish list.
Throughout the year, the Visitor staff covered the top Seventh-day Adventist stories in our print magazine and online. Here are the most-read news stories on columbiaunionvisitor.com.
Although Potomac Conference's Camp Blue Ridge in Montebello, Va., temporarily closed its doors for regular business hours last season, God didn’t stop using it as a ministry.
Para muchos cristianos, mayordomía o la mayordom.a es pensada en relación con cosas materiales, dinero o diezmos y ofrendas.
For many Christians, stewardship is primarily thought of in relation to material things, money or tithes and offerings.
How wellness camp led one member to lose 40 lbs and helped many others reach their goals.
Attention Columbia Union Conference photographers! We want to see the Columbia Union through your lens. Would you like for your photo to be considered for publication in the 2021 Columbia Union Calendar?
This year marks the 125th anniversary of our beloved Columbia Union Conference Visitor magazine. Starting in 1895 in the Ohio Conference as The Welcome Visitor, it has evolved under the helm of 30 known editors.
If you do a scholarly search for "sola scriptura," most of the references come since 1970, said David Trim at the Columbia Union Conference 2019 Leadership Summit. "This is telling us something. How we understand the primacy of the Scripture is big deal in the last years."