Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Blue Mountain Academy
I clung to this Bible verse during one of the most difficult times in my life. It says that we shouldn’t worry about things, but to pray to God, and He will guide and protect us.
God used this text to show me that when I am at my weakest point, God’s strength will shine brighter than ever before.
Junior Matheus Gaulia shares what God has been doing in his life on the campus of Blue Mountain Academy (BMA).
Forty years ago this September, Jim Slater, then a freshman at Pennsylvania Conference’s Blue Mountain Academy in Hamburg, broke his neck, became paralyzed, stopped breathing and almost died.
Sending her son to Blue Mountain Academy (BMA) was a hard decision for one single mother, but one that was necessary. Although she didn’t know how she would pay for his tuition, she wanted more for him and his life, so, in faith, she enrolled him. And then prayed. And prayed.
Through the process, the administrative staff at BMA has learned to trust more deeply in the ever-present power of God.
Richard Becker's legacy lives on at Blue Mountain Academy in the Pennsylvania Conference.
“[This year] has been a memorable year for the family of Blue Mountain Academy,” says Sanghae Kim, Bible teacher and pastor of the Blue Mountain Academy (BMA) church. “Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the school closed as it was finishing a Week of Prayer.
This spring and summer, one student from each of the Columbia Union Conference academies received the Caring Heart Award from Columbia Union’s Office of Education. Those honored demonstrated a commitment to service and witnessing.
“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.