Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Potomac Conference
This is my favorite text in the Bible. So much of life is filled with heartache and pain: loved ones whom I have lost, political division and strife, famine, and pestilence with the COVID-19 virus. Through it all, I find peace knowing that nothing can take God’s love away from me.
God hears and answers you when you call. No matter what you’ve done in the past, He will answer you in times of distress.
Several churches in Baltimore/Washington, D.C., area have been part of the effort to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine.
Love—one of the fruits of the Spirit—is represented in the parable of the prodigal son found in Luke 15:11–32.
We are worthy for the simple reason that our Creator says we are.
This promise gave me security and strength, and made me see that my case was not a matter of life or death, but a trial from which I would emerge victorious.
Group members, including founder Rockefeller Twyman, a member of the Rockville (Md.) church, recently visited the home of Maryland Rep. Jamie Raskin, whose son, Thomas, took his own life.
Can you just imagine how wonderful it will be to have no crying, sadness or disappointment in heaven?
John 16:33 is the verse that I have held on to. My grandpa’s passing was just one of the many trials I’ll face in life.
When I knocked on his door 30 years ago, I never imagined the conversation we had would impact me to this day. I asked, “Pastor, if you had to give one piece of advice on how to live a life like yours, what would it be?”