Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
There are many today who are too busy for spiritual things. Not just those who reject the gospel, but even Bible-believing, church-going people.
"There peace filled my soul, and as he spoke from the Bible, I felt like God was talking to me."
The homiletics professor was not impressed with my sermon outline based on biblical genealogies. “Don’t preach from the lists!” he had scrawled across the top of my paper.
Generosity is a gift that not only affects those around us, but impacts how we think about ourselves.
Spring Valley Academy leaders were planning for someone to lead this initiative a year from now. It feels very providential that the person and the funding came a year ahead of schedule.
As the evangelist preached to the crowd gathered at a stadium in Africa, a spiritual battle was raging behind the stage platform.
I am a witness that dreams do come true, visions do become reality and God does answer prayers! This past August, all three happened when we celebrated the grand opening of Adventist HealthCare (AHC) White Oak Medical Center on Healing Way in Silver Spring, Md.
Each registration day, Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) faculty and staff form a circle, join hands and pray for the students who will momentarily walk through the doors of Twomley Hall and become part of the SVA family.
"Have you ever seen a miracle?” When asked, we often stand with a blank look on our faces as we rummage in our memories to find one. I can think of at least two miracles my staff and I have recently seen at the Mt. Aetna Retreat Center in Hagertown, Md.
It is often said that the youth are the future of our church. I respectfully, yet passionately, disagree. I believe that the youth are the passion and energy of our church right now.