Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Potomac Conference
Have you ever done a group project and the other person won’t work with you? How does that make you feel?
Kosly Joseph, district pastor of the Harrisonburg and Charlottesville (Va.) churches, always dreamed of being an airline pilot.
That semester, I navigated two difficult courses: Biochemistry and Perseverance in the Face of Uncertainty.
Referring to Him giving us a future and hope, Jeremiah goes on to say that we are to seek, find and search for God with all of our hearts. And that’s exactly what I did.
Jesus is doing that exact thing now—appearing before the Father to show that, although we have nothing, He has already paid the price for us!
At the recent Thank-a-Thon, students from Potomac Conference's Shenandoah Valley Academy shared words of appreciation to the school's donors.
In this verse, I found one of the most amazing promises from Jesus that I so desperately needed.
God wants us to have joy because He wants us to be happy. God is happy when we are happy. Let me tell you a story of how God used two people to make one man’s life joyful.
On two consecutive weekends, a Washington Adventist University student and an employee have made this commitment publicly through baptism at Sligo church.
Given the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s history and distinctive focus on the second coming of Jesus Christ, it’s not surprising that, during tough economic times, after natural disasters or amid seasons of great uncertainty, many members speculate how “near” the end is. The Visitor team talked with four pastors and captured excerpts of their perspectives.