Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
Growing up Adventist, Amy Newman experienced something different than Christian love from her Adventist community.
A group of Potomac Conference churches in the Richmond area have learned the key to building community in their churches is through a ready-made small group—families.
“He didn’t believe what we believe, but he valued the relationship, he valued the time together and the conversation,” Steve Carlson said.
Three years ago, when Bill McClendon came to pastor Chesapeake Conference’s Ellicott City (Md.) church, he proactively worked to foster community among the members. Find out what’s helping his once declining congregation grow and thrive here.
Readers of this psalm tend to think that wherever the word “law” or its synonyms appear in the Old Testament there is a reference to those portions of the Word of God that are more a matter of legislation. However the term “law” as used in this psalm should not be understood in a narrow sense.
Churches seek ways to build community beyond potluck
Read the September 2017 Visitor here.
Story by Samantha Young
The Chesapeake Conference Executive Committee recently named Janesta Walker (below) as superintendent of schools, and Michael Jakobsons (right) as associate superintendent.
"Failure in any area of life can be devastating. I pray with students and let them know that there’s hope after failure because this is the gospel message,” says Regina Callion.
Pine Forge Academy is happy to welcome several new team members for the 2017-18 school year. Each new faculty and staff member is uniquely gifted to help PFA achieve its mission, vision and strategic initiatives.