Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- January 2020
Andrews University (Mich.) recently hosted its annual SciFest 2019 STEM weekend where students, including juniors and seniors from Takoma Academy and Pine Forge Academy were invited to create experiments in a college STEM laboratory.
“Caring about our fellow travelers’ spiritual, physical and emotional well-being on this journey called life is our mission,” says Judy Kerr, Living Word church member and leader of the partnership initiative. “By the grace of God, we will continue our march of service that leads to higher ground.”
We know there are bad carbs, but how do we know which ones are good?
The lovely fragrance of the Holy Spirit hovered over the 28th annual Mountain View Conference (MVC) women’s retreat held the first weekend in October.
It is with great sadness that I share with you the passing of our beloved grades 3 and 4 teacher and alumna Mrs. Kimberly Geach Orr (’06) on November 19, due to flu complications.
Daniel Tryon has been promoted to president of Southview Medical Center, part of the Grandview Medical Center System. He succeeds Richard Manchur, who was recently named president of Grandview Medical Center.
Download the PDF for the Janurary/February Visitor here.
Curious about what campers eat at Mountain View Conference's Wellness Camp? Here is a slideshow showing meals from several days.
"A gradual, sustained transition toward more physical activity is better than a rapid, unsustainable change that doesn’t last," says Charity Stone.
WGTS 91.9 listeners helped the station end the year financially strong during its “Year-End Fundraiser."