Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- May 2020
Watch the graduation celebrations from Columbia Union Conference academies.
This year, 32 Ohio Conference students competed in the challenge, held at the Worthington church previous to the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
A principios de este año, la Asociación de Nueva Jersey lanzó su programa de bienestar natural titulado “Nueva Jersey Saludable 2020”.
Earlier this year, the New Jersey Conference launched its natural wellness program titled “New Jersey Healthy 2020.”
“God is real.”
Those three words changed lives as God recently moved powerfully on the campus of Blue Mountain Academy (BMA) in Hamburg and in the lives of students.
Earlier this year, 20 Highland View Academy (HVA) juniors and seniors joined more than 100 academy students from across the Chesapeake Conference to participate in the second annual Capital Model United Nations (Model UN), held at Washington Adventist University in Takoma Park, Md.
Health care is a constantly changing environment. New technology brings new machines and procedures, and new buildings are designed with efficiency in mind.
As I drove my daughter home from school on the last day of her freshman year at Potomac Conference's Shenandoah Valley Academy, I asked her, “So what did you find most valuable from your first year of academy?”
A century ago, another global pandemic brought death and disruption to the United States. Here’s how the Columbia Union Visitor, edited by Emma Silber (1916-1919) and Sara K. Rudolph (1919-1920), reported it.
Nine different church locations. Three schools. Providing concerts. Interacting with students. Painting walls. Talking with students and church members. Learning to barter at shops. Sharing testimonies with people wanting to know more about God.