Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- May 2023
Last summer, 12 students in the Pennsylvania Conference spent eight weeks knocking on more than 80,000 doors connecting with more than 30,000 people.
A 2018 Takoma Academy (TA) graduate, Taylor Waters matriculated to Andrews University (Mich.), where he received a dual degree in Business and Aeronautical Science in 2021.
This year, the Ethan Temple church in Clayton, Ohio, is celebrating the gift of longevity—marking the 100th year in ministry to the Lord.
Recently, the Beltsville Adventist School’s (BAS) Robocats club in Beltsville, Md., seized victory by earning the FIRST LEGO League Champion’s Award at the Adventist Robotics Mid-Atlantic Region Qualifying Tournament.
A few months ago, I sat through an excellent Sabbath School discussion where we tackled the tricky question of “the conference as the storehouse."
A spiritual revival occurred on the campus of Potomac Conference's Shenandoah Valley Academy during student-led Week of Prayer like nothing I’ve seen before.
It is our practice at Adventist HealthCare to begin our meetings with an inspirational thought or prayer. Something important happens when we intentionally quiet our hearts, focus our attention or acknowledge God’s abundant care and grace.
Earlier this year, two juniors from Allegheny East Conference's Pine Forge Academy attended The Hague International Model United Nations conference to debate world issues with other young adults.
Grade reflects top national performance on patient safety.
Small Seventh-day Adventist business owners recently attended a Columbia Union ASI Spring Meeting event, where they networked with other Adventist business owners and elected a new leadership team.