Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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"[God] used art to help me to move forward, He used art to do something new in me ... And I think one of the reasons I love art and I have loved my journey is because it allows us to go back to it childlike place, when we think about worshiping God, and we think about getting in a space with God"
Members of the Ohio Conference and Allegheny West Conference (AWC) began 2022 with a renewed focus. Led by presidents Marvin C. Brown, III (AWC) and Bob Cundiff (Ohio), members joined together for the second annual 31-day President’s Bible Reading Challenge.
Plan to attend "Creative Inspiration," Sunday, April 3, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Recently, the Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) campus family gathered in the church for a vespers—not just any vespers, however. This was the Reach Our Kids (ROK) program.
The church was named one of three finalists for a regional community’s choice awards.
Connect With the Columbia Union Artists From the March/April Visitor
Read (and download) the March/April 2022 Columbia Union Visitor here.
It's hard to believe I’ve been designing the Columbia Union Visitor for 22 years. By my calculation, I’ve been privileged to create and shape 301 issues of this magazine.
The Bible offers several examples of how creativity is an integral part of worship. From creation itself, with its abundance of visual beauty, to Solomon’s exquisite temple, it is clear God loves and appreciates art and has gifted many with the eye and skills for it. Meet five individuals in the Columbia Union Conference who use their talents to honor and glorify God.
Emmanuel Asiedu, tesorero de la Unión de Columbia, fue reconocido recientemente por su ministerio a través de la ordenación en su iglesia local, la Iglesia Ghanesa de Washington de la Conferencia de Chesapeake en Columbia, Maryland.