Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- June 2023
Valter Andrade, pastor of Chesapeake Conference’s South Carroll church in Westminster, Md., has utilized his love of cars to attract new visitors.
When I was young, my home life was difficult. My parents weren’t spiritual, nor did they have a religious affiliation. Longing for something I felt was lacking, I was curious about God’s existence. One day, my neighbor invited me to VBS.
Traditional methods of sharing the Seventh-day Adventist message still have their place, however, some members from the Columbia Union Conference are learning that being the “salt and light” can show up in different flavors—from pickleball and visual
art to the world of tabletop games.
Dawn Stem got introduced to pickleball by her work colleague Jay Alignay, a member of Chesapeake Conference's New Hope church in Fulton, Md., resulting in less screen time and better health.
Scott Kabel, who has ties to Pennsylvania Conference’s Blue Mountain Academy, hosts a blossoming weekly game night in Hawaii for church and community members.
Something life-changing is happening at the Charleston Boulevard church in West Virginia, and it’s through a very unlikely source—a simple art class!
Pastors in the Ohio Conference take mission work seriously—both at home and abroad. Mission is the church’s main priority, since the commission is to take the three angels’ messages worldwide.
Adventist HealthCare earned a spot on The Washington Post’s list of Top Workplaces 2023 in the Washington, D.C., area.
Last Sabbath, members at New Jersey Conference’s Willingboro church participated in their township’s third annual Juneteenth Celebration to remember the anniversary of when enslaved people in Texas were officially proclaimed free on June 19, 1865.
WGTS 91.9 welcomes Mercedes Rich as the evening show producer.