Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- January 2020
The First church of Paterson, N.J., recently dedicated the David L. King Community Resource Center, named after the church’s former pastor who passed away in 2012. King’s wife,
Is your heart leaning toward stress today or toward hope? Take a moment to consider Jesus’ promise in John 14:27 — I am leaving you with a gift — peace of mind and heart.
Debuting Jan. 23 at many churches in the Columbia Union Conference and at over 500 nationwide, Voice of Prophecy’s (VOP) Final Empire will compare the prophecies of the Bible with the evidence of history.
In December 1979, after six years of planning and construction, Shady Grove opened its first 41 beds.
When you walk through my classroom door, I see a person with limitless learning potential. In order to tap into that potential, I design everything with a specific purpose in mind.
This past fall, 2,237 Pennsylvania Conference members visited more than 10,000 homes to pray with people and offer free Bible studies.
This winter conference leaders and Rubén Ramos, vice president for Multicultural Ministries at the Columbia Union Conference, are traveling throughout the territory in the Caravan 2020, themed El dia es Hoy (today is the day).
Kettering Adventist HealthCare is making three key leadership changes.
Hay tres realidades en las iglesias cristianas, incluyendo la Iglesia Adventista del Séptimo Día, que no podemos negar: 1. las iglesias están creciendo, 2. las iglesias están estancadas en su crecimiento, 3. las iglesias están decreciendo y finalmente muriendo.