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Camp Mohaven staff had only minutes to react. Thanks to their professionalism and God’s mercy, every camper, staff and person on site escaped safe and unharmed.
“It doesn’t matter if the goal is completely met, but it does matter that there is a goal,” said Delthony Gordon, pastor of the Beavercreek church, as he presented the conference wide “2023 Initiative” to the church board in May 2021.
God gives us open communication with Him through prayer. It’s our lifeline to Him. Kettering Health executives recently came together to hold a special prayer vigil for Ukraine.
Camp Mohaven, located in Danville, Ohio, was hit by at least one tornado on Monday night.
This past weekend, the Ohio Conference Hispanic Ministries Department welcomed 155 new members to the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
As we navigate ministry two years out from the first days of the pandemic, God has blessed His people in tremendous ways.
Randy Gardner, Chancellor of the Ohio Department of Higher Education recently announced the creation of the Collegiate Purple Star designation for Ohio colleges and universities.
Members of Ohio Conference’s Columbus Ghanaian church recently created another service in English to help reach second and third generations of immigrant families.
Eight-year-old José Martínez didn’t know what to do or who to turn to. His mom abused him verbally and physically, frequently saying, “Why didn’t I get an abortion?” His brother bullied him. His sister ignored him. His stepdad, an alcoholic and drug addict, deserted him. Martínez longed to be wanted; he felt abandoned instead.
Shona Macomber, retired art teacher at Ohio Conference’s Spring Valley Academy, has used art to develop a deeper personal experience with God and teach and reach students in a meaningful way.