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Members of the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee met today to discuss the union’s recent accomplishments and mission projects.
The Visitor team recently interviewed Columbia Union Conference President Dave Weigley to get his take on the union’s newly voted priorities and values for this quinquennium, the challenges our church is facing today, and our role when it comes to social issues.
If you say we are living in perilous and challenging times, times that try men’s souls, we agree. If you say we are living in the best and worst of times, we also agree. If you say we are living in the very last days of earth’s history, we most certainly agree.
Drill and drum corps competitions have long been a staple of Pathfinder camporees. This tradition continued at the ‘Relentless’ Columbia Union Camporee this August.
Watch and share the Day-in-Review videos from the Relentless Columbia Union Camporee in August!
Phoenix X. Pauling, a member of Chesapeake Conference’s Pikesville Tigers (Md.) was one of eight Pathfinders baptized during the Sabbath morning service at the "Relentless" Columbia Union Camporee.
Activities such as ziplining, kayaking, drill competitions, visiting a coal mine, archery and a community service trip to help local senior citizens continued on Friday—the third day of the "Relentless" Columbia Union Conference Camporee.
During each evening meeting at the "Relentless" Columbia Union Conference Pathfinder Camporee, social media influencers Tigor Lettsome and Diana Brazoban take the stage.
Hours before the official start of the “Relentless” Columbia Union Camporee, a thunderstorm rolled through the campus, threatening the opening of the evening meeting.
A swarm of Pathfinders descended onto the Summit Bechtel Reserve grounds in Glen Jean, W.Va., today for the 'Relentless' Columbia Union Conference Camporee.