Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- April 2021
All of my experiences, the good, the bad, the ugly and the dark, went into the making of the individual that is present today. God used it all to fashion someone who I believe is caring, thoughtful, kind and considerate.
Students from Pennsylvania Conference's Blue Mountain Academy (BMA) bring a rich diversity to campus as they learn different perspectives and how to excel
in a multicultural, multi-ethnic environment, preparing them for the future in a diverse world.
At one point a vegan, she now eats more plant-based meals. “Being vegetarian or vegan doesn’t mean that we are healthy! We can be junk food vegetarians and vegans!” says Keiva Dennis.
This verse has made an impact in my life and in my heart. I still get upset at times, but in those moments, I hear a still, small voice telling me to love everyone I encounter.
“We pray a special blessing on all these Bibles,” said Dave Weigley, Columbia Union president at the event. “As [the Bibles] go forth, may they be a wonderful light so many people might know Jesus Christ as their personal Savior and prepare for the great, soon coming of Christ.”
Over the years, I have enjoyed running. And I’ve been reminded of this verse over and over: “Even youths grow tired and weary.”
From detecting the early stages of cancer to diagnosing COVID-19 and pneumonia, advanced imaging techniques are playing a critical role in the future of health care. To meet the growing demand for skilled technologists, Kettering College’s Advanced Imaging program is utilizing simulator software that gives students hands-on experience with today’s medical imaging technology.
Recently, the Glenn Dale Spanish group officially transitioned to company status. During a special service, the group prayed and worshipped together to commemorate the occasion.
Three pastors from the Central Ohio region of the Allegheny West Conference (AWC) recently met with Columbus Police Chief Thomas Quinlan. The meeting, organized by C. Shaun Arthur, pastor of the Beacon of Hope church in Columbus, centered on discussing newly instituted police reforms, in light of the shootings of Andre Hill and Casey Goodson Jr. by local law enforcement.
Through their yearlong “Gifts for Jesus” ministry, members of the Smith Mountain Lake church in Moneta, Va., give financial donations that are placed on a mission tree designated for chosen projects.