Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- March 2021
Naturalist John Henri Rorabeck shares how to experience the sights, sounds and smells of nature to improve health and connect with God.
Students from around the Columbia Union and beyond recently gathered virtually for Washington Adventist University's MusicFest 2021 "Virtual-oso Final Concert."
WGTS 91.9 just announced it’s in the process of purchasing a new, full-power signal to reach the Delmarva Peninsula of Maryland and Delaware.
How we represent Christ will help the children in our communities to determine if they will choose to identify our homes, churches and schools as centers of criticism or of God’s love and peace.
The weather is getting warmer—making it the perfect time to get out there and enjoy nature! We’ve compiled a list of great Sabbath walking/hiking spots around the Columbia Union.
Wow! What great friends the paralytic had. The friends brought him to Jesus, but the crowd was a barrier. Are we like the friends or the crowd?
In Proverbs, Solomon warns us of the difference between a faithful witness and a false witness. Do we faithfully present truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
To think that Jesus is designing my home, with everything else “on His plate,” makes me feel so incredibly special. It’s hard to fathom that He takes time out of His day to prepare a place for me!
With my Type A personality, I tend to be a bit of a worrier. Too often
I realize my mind has wandered to the “what ifs” in life. Being very experienced with this skill, it does not need to be a huge life or death type of concern. Oh no, my mind is also capable of making a simple fear seem very significant.
Have you ever wondered what heaven will be like and if Jesus is coming back? Have you ever imagined yourself walking the streets of gold? Have you ever thought about sitting face-to-face with Jesus?