Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
Why teachers and students love the new Bible curriculum.
Middle school and high school art teacher, Nancy Rivera, challenged her students to design and sell linoleum block cards and donate the money to Restore a Child, a Christian charitable organization dedicated to helping orphans and underprivileged children throughout the world.
While on a recent mission trip to Pittsburgh, the BMA seniors befriended a young homeless girl. Pastor John Kent, from the Carnegie Simple (Pa.) church, shared that the girl, Michelle “Shelby” Muyango, had been coming to church intermittently due to a difficult living environment. The BMA students took notice of her, and rather than shun her, talked with her.
We asked students at Spencerville Adventist Academy about their relationships with Jesus. Watch their responses below.
We interviewed Nina Atcheson, co-author of the Adventist Encounter curriculum about how the project began. See her answers below.
Read about the new Bible curriculum students across the Columbia Union Conference will soon be using, the Caravan of Training that more than 7,000 attended, and more in the March 2017 Visitor.
A lrededor de 7.800 miembros de la Unión de Columbia asistieron a las reuniones de la reciente Caravana de Entrenamiento realizadas en 24 sitios dentro del territorio de la unión.
Después de haber servido a la Iglesia Adventista del Séptimo Día por 39 años, de los cuales durante 28 años se desempeñó como subtesorera en el departamento de tesorería de la Unión de Columbia, se jubiló Carol Wright el 1 de febrero.
Saud Elias ha aceptado recientemente el rol de coordinador del Ministerio Hispano para la Conferencia de Pensilvania.
The psalm presupposes that there is a great deal of trouble and tragedy in life. A person would have to be blind not to see it. But for those who know, God tragedy is never the final word.