Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- October 2022
In this issue, the Columbia Union Visitor covers the 'Relentless' 2022 Columbia Union Camporee and more!
We all know to drink enough water, eat nutritious foods, and exercise regularly. But what about sleep? This oft-forgotten health habit is crucial to living a healthy life. Here’s what you need to know about sleeping well this holiday season.
Kettering Health has a new PET/CT digital extended-length scanner that provides more accurate images with shorter scan times and less radiation exposure for patients.
These are challenging times for us all. Let’s take a moment to look back at other difficult moments—times when we dealt with financial, relational or health stress. As you think back on those moments, recall how God remained faithful to you and your family.
When I was a child, I imagined the coin in Jesus' parable of "The Lost Coin" as a silver dollar – in my mind the biggest and best of all coins. I could just see myself searching for something so precious if I lost it.
It began two years ago, when I was asked if a Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) student in the Partnering for Eternity (PFE) work program could visit me once a week.
When the pandemic hit, I witnessed a decrease in youth attending church and a lack of leaders available to minister to those who remained. This afforded me the opportunity to step up and make a difference.
Aubrey N. Richards was a farmer, butcher and a man of God who sold beef and chicken at the central market of Puerto Limon, Costa Rica. He loved his church and was passionate about sharing Jesus.
Hosted by the Columbia Union leadership team, the inaugural Women Clergy Retreat, themed ‘Refreshed, Renewed, Recharged,’ was held at the Bon Secours Retreat and Conference Center in Marriottsville, Md.
Este verano, más de 2,000 personas asistieron al Camporee de la Columbia Union “Relentless” en el retiro Summit Bechtel en Glen Jean, W.Va.