Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- April 2021
This verse speaks to a specific challenge in my life that makes me feel weak at times.
Do we faithfully present truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
Over the past few years, I have been going on an identity journey. This journey has been revelatory in many ways. Very little knowledge about my origins and beginning is known. I know I was born in Korea and was in an orphanage in Incheon by the time I was 21 months old.
Chesapeake Conference's Adventist Community Services (ACS) was awarded the 2020 Maryland Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster Award for its community service in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join Naturalist John Henri Rorabeck on a virtual walk this Sabbath at around 1:30 p.m. Weather permitting, he'll take us on a tour (via Instagram stories) of part of Patapsco State Park in Maryland.
After one virtual appeal, Allegheny East Conference’s (AEC) Hispanic Ministries team baptized 214 people in six separate locations in one single weekend.
As we pray together, God promises to answer. Lives are changed, healing happens, people come to know God. Prayer is one of the most powerful things God’s people can do.
Tuesday morning, April 6, 2021, the Mountain View Conference Executive Committee met to begin the work of selecting the next president, a position left vacant when Mike Hewitt accepted a call to the Kentucky-Tennessee Conference.
I cannot count the number of times this passage has helped me through turning points in my life.
There is certainly safety when we abide in the presence of God. Psalm 91 speaks of His protective love, and, for me, verse 14 encapsulates the promises of the chapter.