Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
In a world of constant change, teachers in the Pennsylvania Conference have demonstrated that God’s love is consistent.
Did you know that the church manual says evangelism should always be on the church board agenda—and that it should always be first?
Some Christians depend on their own resources and energy to protect themselves instead of trusting in God. But His Word tells us what to do when we are facing a storm.
Jesus made three things about Himself clear to those who questioned His identity or the veracity of His claims: He knew Who He was, to Whom He belonged, and where He was going.
When I was in the classroom, one of my favorite verses for morning devotion was Proverbs 3:6–7: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will direct your paths” (NJKV). These verses reminded us that when we trust in God, we will be blessed by His direction. I’m still comforted by that reminder, especially as our Columbia Union Conference schools contend with the COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences.
As we navigate ministry two years out from the first days of the pandemic, God has blessed His people in tremendous ways.
Every Sabbath from October 2020 through April 2022, the New Jersey Conference witnessed how the Lord added to His church those who have accepted Him through baptism.
Jesus tells us in Matthew 24:14, “And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in all the world ... and then the end will come.”
What is the difference between urgent and important matters? Every day, there are decisions to be made, tasks to be accomplished, people to meet and many other issues that may take some level of priority in our lives. How should we correctly classify urgent and important matters?
In a world where trust and confidence are often breached, it is not wise to completely open one’s heart to just anyone.