Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- March 2023
More than 120 students from Atholton Adventist, Highland View, Pine Forge, Spencerville Adventist and Takoma academies represented 39 countries in Washington Adventist University's recent CAPITALMUN Conference, based on the United Nations General Assembly and/or the United Nations Security Council.
Each year over a million people, including visitors from around the world, come to the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C., to see the burst of color of hundreds of cherry trees.
When Miguel Couto first came to Blue Mountain Academy (BMA), he was stuck in a cycle of bad habits and making trouble, to the point he was almost asked to leave the school.
For the last couple of years, I’ve been participating in Partnership for Eternity. Since 2006, this program has been helping cultivate relationships between mentors and students at Seventh-day Adventist academies and elementary schools.
As we end the first quarter of 2023 here in the Ohio Conference, we are so grateful for each member across this great state
The Columbia Union Conference is aware and takes seriously allegations of inappropriate fiscal and operational management at Kettering Health, a nonprofit health care organization sponsored by the Columbia Union.
After a hiatus due to the pandemic, the Haitian Youth Federation of Allegheny East Conference (HYFAEC) recently gathered for its first opening ceremony service in three years.
Lauri and Joe Nichols came to know Christ as a result of Rachel Velez, a 14-year-old who couldn't hide her love for Jesus.
It is remarkable to see how God can use the least likely people to do amazing things, such as the apostles Peter and John. If He can use them, He can surely use any of us, if we are willing.
On March 22, 2023, Shane N. Anderson was confirmed as senior pastor of Pioneer Memorial Church, becoming the fifth lead pastor to shepherd the campus church of Andrews University. He has served as pastor of the Potomac Conference's New Market Church since 2004.