Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- January 2020
There are three realities in Christian churches—including the Seventh-day Adventist Church—that we cannot deny: Churches are growing; churches are stagnant in their growth; or churches are declining and finally dying.
This month Allegheny West Conference (AWC) staff bid farewell to Kevin Mosby, assistant treasurer, who joined the conference’s Treasury Department in August 1989 as an accountant.
As the world welcomed the New Year of 2020, natural disasters continue to plague several countries, which have already affected countless lives. With little time to spare, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) has continued operating around the clock to respond to these climate crises.
N. David Emerson, M.D., says eating only breakfast and lunch and fasting for 12 or 14–15 hours a day, a form of intermittent fasting, is beneficial because it helps lower insulin levels.
Submit your entries for the 2021 Columbia Union Calendar here.
October 19, 2019, marked the beginning of a very special day in the life of Elyria church members’ efforts in the Cleveland area. It was the first Sabbath worship service for the Lorain church plant meeting, where 31 people enjoyed Sabbath fellowship.
Chesapeake Conference’s new initiative, “35 by 25,” is to plant 35 churches by the year 2025.
Allegheny West Conference's Dayton (Ohio) church ended their “Dayton’s Revival” evangelistic series with 52 baptisms.
Last fall, TV stations in Baltimore covered a vigil fundraiser, hosted by the Liberty church, for the survivors affected by Hurricane Dorian.
Download the sunset calendar for January/February in the Columbia Union Conference.