Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- January 2021
I look at the wonderful heroes of the Bible and think of how great it would be to be used by God like they were. After all, Hebrews 11 is about the greatest heroes the world has ever seen.
My mom and I were driving home from Washington, D.C. We were in Virginia when our brakes stopped working.
Love is a word easily tossed around without much thought. In many ways, love is acceptance, compassion, even tolerance.
The Allegheny West Conference welcomes Keith and Evelyn Goodman, along with their three children, Keith Jr., Charles and Kaelyn.
The Ohio Conference Youth Department has entered its second year of “Growing Young Adventists”—a church transformation process designed to foster intergenerational worship, fellowship and service.
Kettering Adventist HealthCare is the first in the region to offer innovative Stryker Mako robotic technology for joint replacements.
Winelia Flores Ortiz, a 2019 Kettering College graduate, served on the frontlines as
a respiratory therapist during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. She is now
working on her doctoral degree in Occupational Therapy at Kettering College.
After a sudden illness, Rosalind Beswick, pastor of the Hillside church in Zanesville, Ohio, underwent emergency surgery. Beswick shares her miraculous experience.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in the spring of 2020, Adventist HealthCare has been caring for those afflicted by the disease as well as actively working to prevent the spread of the virus in the community.
On two consecutive weekends, a Washington Adventist University student and an employee have made this commitment publicly through baptism at Sligo church.