Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- July 2021
New Jersey Conference (NJC) officials recently inaugurated the first NJC center of influence on the premises of the Luso-Brazilian church in Newark, N.J.
When life gets too difficult and the “storms” of life get to us, we get scared. We need to remember that Jesus is beside us, whispering to us every step of the way.
Trusting God means believing His promises and moving forward with them, assured that He will fulfill them.
In my mid-30s, I experienced depression for the first time in my life. Being a very positive person who is known for my laugh and optimistic demeanor, it was such a stark contrast from my usual state of mind.
The funeral for Henry and Sharon Fordham has been set for August 8, 2021.
This text resonates with me because it came at a time when I was fervently praying for someone dear to me. As I poured out my heart to God, He spoke to me clearly by providing this verse, and reassured me that He would heal and lead that person.
Ralph Martin, president of the Columbia Union Conference from 1994-97, passed away June 19, 2021.
The Potomac Conference recently celebrated a busy season of ordinations. Since the beginning of the year, five pastors have been ordained to the gospel ministry.
One hot July, I was working as a literature evangelist. That morning, I held just one lead card—the person I had been requested to visit that day. The name David was scribbled on the card, obviously a child’s handwriting.
In August, registration opens for “Relentless,” the 2022 Columbia UnionConference Pathfinder Camporee, August 10–14, at the Summit Bechtel Reserve in West Virginia.