Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- November 2021
The Grace Pointe church in New Jersey, formerly known as the First Church of Montclair, recently hosted its first clothes drive to celebrate their community.
If someone were to ask me what the best advice I have ever received was, I would quote this verse. I have learned that the Bible is a guide, a place I can go to learn what I need to do.
Traces of this text can be easily seen in my journey with a God who consistently provides for me and my family beyond which we can ever ask or imagine.
The disciples, several of whom were experienced sailors, had been scared to death as a windstorm brought waves crashing over the side of their boat.
Near the end of his reign, King David assembled the people of Israel for what was one of his last public appearances.
I can imagine it is an exceptionally busy day for King Solomon. He calls his advisors together to ask for feedback on proposed strategic plans and initiatives which he hopes will enrich the quality of life for the people entrusted to his care.
God looks at us with a heart that is full of love, compassion and forgiveness.
Imagine you are a turkey hunter in the woods on a beautiful spring morning. After conversing with a wild turkey gobbler you know to be the boss of the woods, you have made your last call. He has sounded off his last time and has zoomed in on your position.
The North American Division is partnering with Howard County General Hospital to offer a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic and fresh produce giveaway this Sunday, November 21.
Enoch is one of those people many may not know very well. In fact, we have little information about Enoch, but we do know at least one important thing: Enoch walked faithfully with God.