Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- November 2021
WGTS 91.9 has received two of radio’s highest broadcast honors. In a virtual ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 10, the National Association of Broadcasters gave awards to the best stations across the country. In August, the NAB narrowed the list down to the top five nominees in each category. WGTS received awards for “Religious Station of the Year,” as well as “Radio Podcast of the Year” for the podcast “We Need to Talk,” hosted by Claude Jennings and Jerry Woods.
During the pandemic, volunteers from the Solid Rock church in Arlington, Va., engaged in aiding individuals in foster care and women’s shelters, as well as feeding those experiencing homelessness.
Let’s admit it, shall we? Sometimes it’s hard to be thankful, especially when we find ourselves amid difficult, faith-stretching circumstances, particularly ones that threaten life and limb.
At Shenandoah Valley Academy, students build positive relationships with Christian mentors who truly care about them—a rare and valuable experience.
To honor Pine Forge Academy’s 75th anniversary, leaders of the 46th Annual National Pine Forge Academy Alumni Association reunion recently converted the traditional three-day weekend event into a weeklong celebration.
Following Highland View Academy’s mission to excel in all Christ asks, three alumni share their perspective on working as COVID-19 frontliners.
My late friend, Dave Robinson, was the Camp Mohaven director and pastor of the Delaware church in Ohio. He often had a time during his church service called the “God Showing Off Moment,” where he and members shared God’s recent blessings.
At the end of the 2020–21 school year, the North American Division (NAD) Substantial Change in Program Visiting committee granted Lake Nelson Adventist Academy (LNAA) the permission to operate a satellite education program this school year to offer grades 11–12 at the Waldwick Adventist School and grades 9–12 at the Vine Haven Adventist School.
"Moving Higher and Better,” the theme for the Allegheny West Conference (AWC) Education Department this school year, perfectly captures the enthusiasm and energy from the AWC teachers as they recently met in person at a two-day teacher’s retreat.
Lors de sa dernière réunion de 2021, le Comité Exécutif de l’Union a nommé Celeste Ryan Blyden au poste de Secrétaire Exécutif