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The leadership and members of the Ohio Conference held a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the beginning of constructing a multipurpose pavilion for young people within its territory.
In the wake of the devastating invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, countless young lives were thrown into turmoil, with uncertainty clouding their dreams of education. Kettering College responded by developing a Ukrainian Student Initiative on campus.
The Ohio Conference ended its 2023 summer youth camp at Camp Mohaven in Danville celebrating 13 young people who gave their lives to Jesus by publicly getting baptized.
Spring Valley Academy (SVA) is pleased to welcome Spencer Hannah as the 2023–24 interim principal. With Darren Wilkins accepting the position of vice president for Student Life at Walla Walla University (Wash.)
This year's Hispanic Camp Meeting, themed “Planting Churches, Harvesting Salvation,” focused on starting new congregations within the Ohio Conference.
He says that as a result of this commitment, the Lord blessed the church with 54 new Seventh-day Adventists in a seemingly impossible place—Northwest Ohio—and among a group that is typically hard to reach—people of European descent.
After 10 years, Darren Wilkins, principal of Ohio Conference's Spring Valley Academy, announced his departure and is the new vice president for Student Life at Walla Walla University.
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.
On Sunday, June 4, 2023, the Ohio Conference held its 43rd regular constituency meeting, voting in officers for the next five-year term.
Last weekend, the Ohio Conference hosted a mass baptism of 82 people at Delaware State Park. The event was a culmination of the 2023 initiative, a conference-wide evangelistic drive started in 2021, with the goal of baptizing 2,023 members by this year.