Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) has made it easy to share some holiday love by helping struggling families all around the world through its Kids Gift Catalog.
The Ellen G. White Estate and Adventist Heritage Ministries has compiled The Story of Anna Rice, a book about the life of Anna Rice and 15 other pioneer adventurers.
He calls me useless. Lifeless. Disgusting.” Fatima* forces the words out, almost as though these insults from her husband of 30 years, who is also a church elder, cause her physical pain to repeat.
October is Pastor Appreciation Month, and we have some ideas to help you encourage and celebrate your local pastor.
Last weekend, more than 150 student leaders and staff from many of Columbia Union’s academies gathered at Potomac Conference’s Camp Blue Ridge in Montebello Va., for Columbia Union’s Spiritual Academy Leadership Training.
Today Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee members voted in two new associate directors in the union’s Department of Education.
SABBATH, a recently released documentary available on the PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) app, shows several interviews from prominent Seventh-day Adventists and highlights the health and spiritual benefits of the Sabbath. How can your church use this film as a ministry tool?
Columbia Union Educators Get ‘Schooled’ at the North American Division Educators’ Convention and other stories from the September/October 2023 Columbia Union Visitor.
Prior to the start of the 2023–24 academic school year, some 500 Columbia Union Conference educators got ‘schooled’ at the North American Division Educators’ Convention in Phoenix.
Potomac Conference's Richard Castillo asked Kelly Wiedemann from Shenandoah Valley Academy how she uniquely builds community in her classroom.