Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Potomac Conference
The ministry has allowed Leesburg members to meet more individuals from their neighborhood—especially teachers and school staff who dedicate their time to impact the lives of young people in the community.
Histoire par Tiffany Doss
Durante el Tercer Congreso Quinquenal Constituyente de la Conferencia de Potomac, celebrada a través de Zoom en marzo, los delegados votaron como presidente de la conferencia a Charles A. Tapp, antiguo pastor principal de la iglesia de Sligo de la Conferencia de Potomac en Takoma Park, Maryland.
This is my favorite verse because of the promise God gives us. He promises that He is in control of our future and tells us that He has a good purpose for us, no matter what happens.
Durante el Tercer Congreso Quinquenal Constituyente de la Conferencia de Potomac, celebrada a través de Zoom en marzo, los delegados votaron como presidente de la conferencia a Charles A. Tapp.
It is reassuring to know that we can always count on His love, as undeserving as we are.
I found comfort in these verses, and, even though the challenges did not immediately disappear, my first instinct now was to pray.
This has been my comfort text since I was baptized at age 17. Just out of high school, and not knowing how I should steer my life, I cast all my burdens upon the Lord. I asked God for guidance in my career choice, overseas studies and job opportunities. At times, I wondered, Does God really care for me? A teenager?
Only adults are accepted or included in certain situations in life. But when it comes to Jesus, all of us—adults and children—are accepted and included and have a 100 percent chance of spending eternity with Jesus.
This week, the Office of Education announced its 2020-21 Columbia Union Conference Outstanding Educator Awards.
One day, an elderly woman approached me: “Son, you know what? As Isaiah 40:31 says, you just have to wait on the Lord.” These words have forever been engraved in my mind.