Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- April 2023
The Bethel French church in Trenton, N.J., and the New Eden church in Neptune, N.J., recently welcomed 12 new members.
Andre Ascalon, who retired at the end of 2022, served in the New Jersey Conference (NJC) for 38 years—20 years as a lay pastor and 18 as a full-time pastor.
Last week, Columbia Union Conference hosted its first Evangelism Directors' meeting, held at the union headquarters in Columbia, Md. Representatives from each of the union's eight conferences attended and shared highlights on how God is working in their territories.
Earlier this year, I traveled with10 students from the Washington Adventist University (WAU) mock trial team that I coach to our regional competition at Princeton University. There, we were scheduled to participate in four trials against university teams from up and down the east coast.
Francisco Pérez knew about the Adventist message years ago in his home country of Mexico. However, he slowly found himself turning away from God and following a path of addictions and bad decisions.
More than 400 youth and young adult leaders recently attended the Awaken Convention at Tranquility Camp in Andover.
Each of Pennsylvania Conference’s 10 schools recently received safety upgrades and new technology as part of the conference’s strategic initiative, “Together for our Kids.”
As Pastor Daniel Venegas finished the baptisms, he asked if there was anyone else who wanted to commit their lives to Jesus. A little hand shot up.
Pennsylvania Conference's Seventh-day Adventist schools invite students and families to "come with us" on their educational journey.
April 2023 Columbia Union Sunset Calendar