Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- September 2018
Last year more than 550 people chose to be baptized in Pennsylvania Conference churches—the most ever in one year.
This year the Columbia Union Conference’s annual Spiritual Academy Leadership Training (SALT) welcomed more than 220 student leaders and sponsors from 12 of the union's academies, one of SALT's largest groups in its 20-plus year history.
According to Webster’s Dictionary, “hope” has several connotations based on the way you approach the usage of the word. We can “hope” that something will happen—“I hope I can win a new car in the drawing.” Or, we can state with assurance that our “hope” is based on trust and reliance that something will happen—“Jesus is coming again!”
Do you have a talent you’d like to share at Chosen, the 2019 International Pathfinder Camporee in Oshkosh, Wis., August 12–17, 2019? Find out how to participate here.
For members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America, giving tithes and offerings on digital platforms recently got much easier.
A Children’s Health Expo is an avenue to gain access to children in the community. While sometimes it may be difficult to speak about Jesus, church members can portray Christ living in and through them to children and staff in public schools.
The U.S. Army recently recognized Sendry O. Pittman, Sr., a deacon at the Mt. Calvary church in Williamsburg, Va., for his dedication to volunteering.
Want to help with Hurricane Florence Relief Efforts? Adventist Community Services leaders are asking for help in a particular way.
Laura Hoffman, mother of Annicka (’21), a musician, home educator and principal of Boulevard Adventist Academy in Charleston, W.Va., shares her perspective on how Potomac Conference's Shenandoah Valley Academy is positively impacting students.
New Jersey Conference's Harrison Spanish church recently carried out the “Life for Lives” project at the Harrison Community Center.