Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- January 2020
If you take a walk down to Farragut Square in Washington, D.C., you might hear the what sounds like the voice of angel. Coincidentally this "angel" happens to attend Washington Adventist University for Clinical Psychology and is using her voice to support her studies and spread a message of faith.
At the Pennsylvania Conference Blue Mountain Academy's recent “Peace of Mind” mental health conference, students and church members from around the area discovered practical help on topics like depression and anxiety.
“Single moms are one of the fastest-growing segments of population in the region of Danville, Va.,” explains Brenda Kilgore, the Single Moms Ministries coordinator for Potomac Conference's Piney Forest church.
Laughing doesn’t just lighten your load mentally. According to the Mayo Clinic (Minn.), “it actually induces physical changes in your body.”
Tumeric used to be the spice people shoved back in the spice rack. But not now, turmeric or curcumin has been show to help with aches and pains in your joints, muscles or back and more. Find out more and get a recipe here!
Jennifer McCahan, RDN, shared the following lentil patty recipe at the iThrive Wellness Camp.
A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones (Prov. 17:22). But laughter offers more than just a quick pick-me-up!
Kettering College recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the completed renovation of the Interprofessional Education (IPE) Simulation Center.
The depot gives moms who deliver at Shady Grove a new choice for feeding babies who are premature or who require additional nutrition: safe donor breast milk. For local nursing moms with extra milk, the depot provides a convenient way to donate the surplus.
As the Seventh-day Adventist Church recognized the 175th anniversary of the Great Disappointment last year, the Highlanders traveling choir embarked on a trip to the Adventist heritage site of the William Miller farm in Low Hampton, N.Y.