Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- November 2021
Washington Adventist University hosts students who share testimonies of change and growth that impact their communities in immeasurable ways.
Earnest Hargrove, the organist at Allegheny East Conference's Dupont Park church in Washington, D.C., was recently recognized for more than 50 years of service in music ministry.
Los líderes de la Universidad Adventista de Washington (WAU) recientemente renombraron su Departamento de Religión como Departamento de Religión Henry y Sharon Fordham.
El director ejecutivo de Kettering Health, Fred Manchur, anunció que Wally Sackett ha sido nombrado presidente de Kettering Health, con sede en Ohio.
La Academia Adventista Lake Nelson (LNAA) se asoció recientemente con la Escuela Adventista de Waldwick y la Escuela Adventista de Vine Haven para ofrecer cursos de secundaria que conducirán a diplomas de secundaria de LNAA.
Story by Debra Anderson
The Fredericksburg (Va.) church is located just a few miles from Marine Corps Base Quantico. The base’s proximity to the church makes it convenient for active-duty personnel to worship there on Sabbaths.
With God’s continued blessings, K–12 enrollment at Spring Valley Academy (SVA) has grown this 2021–22 school year. Staff has also expanded to include six new faculty team members.
There is a powerful truth that comes through this passage. For reasons not entirely clear, Peter had returned to fishing. In the days after the resurrection, he was an uncertain and insecure individual. What lay ahead, he didn’t know. In denial and cursing Jesus, Peter utterly failed when Jesus needed him most. He may have even thought that his sin and failure eliminated the possibility of ever being used by God again.
When I got to our verse for today, I immediately knew it had the wisdom I needed. I could fret and worry, plan and work late into the night. Or I could trust God with my problem, confident of His love and care. And if I chose the latter, He would put my mind at ease and give me sleep.
I was 2-years-old when part of my finger was cut off. My parents had a boat, and I loved to play on it whenever my dad was working in the house. I was playing one day, when I suddenly fell off, and my finger got stuck in the motor. My dad rushed me to the hospital. My life hasn’t been the same since.