Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- May 2022
Randy Gardner, Chancellor of the Ohio Department of Higher Education recently announced the creation of the Collegiate Purple Star designation for Ohio colleges and universities.
As 28 students filed into the classroom, music teacher Daniel Biaggi, an adult advisor for the Sources of Strength program, observed them.
The Community Services Department at Liberty church in Baltimore has not skipped a beat with food distribution, even during the pandemic.
"It is a humbling experience and a privilege to serve the Lord and the people of this conference in this leadership role," Jerry Lutz said. "Seeing how the Lord has blessed us beyond what we could have imagined during the past five years, despite the pandemic, it is exciting to anticipate what greater blessings He has in store for us in this new term."
Every day, the WGTS team encourages listening families to learn more about God through study of the Bible.
Students from Pennsylvania Conference's CORE—an evangelism and training program—recently ministered to refugee communities in Houston, Texas, with Reach the World Next Door, giving them the opportunity to learn crosscultural witnessing.
At each stop, listeners donated diapers and wipes. They also picked up station bumper stickers and other WGTS items such as pencils, pens, notepads, and sunscreen.
Washington Adventist University has completed and submitted an internal self-study of the university relative to the identified seven Middle States Commission on Higher Education standards.
High schoolers recently gathered for “Generation Rain” at Highland View Academy in Hagerstown, Md., to meet new friends and learn more about discovering their purpose.
Washington Adventist University (WAU) and Capitol Technology University (Capitol Tech) have now signed a memorandum of understanding.