Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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.
Debra Clements Brill, former vice president for ministries for the North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, passed to her rest on August 27, 2023, at her home in Jamaica, Va., after an extended illness. She was 71.
Does knowing how a story ends spark an interest in reading a book from cover to cover to discover why it ends the way it does? If not, what if we are referring to the Book?
João Marques’ mother prayed for her son. His friends were a bad influence on him, but she believed that God would change him. Then they heard about Blue Mountain Academy.
As I read Jesus’ words in John 14:1, “Let not your heart be troubled” (NKJV), I cannot stop thinking about my 2-year-old granddaughter, Catalina, who was recently diagnosed with leukemia.
Allegheny East Conference's Capitol Hill church holds various "Acts of Kindness" days throughout the year, giving their congregation an opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus in Washingtoin, D.C.
At the NAD Educators' Convention, we asked teachers and educators a simple question: How can parents help their children succeed in school?
At the "Something Better" Educators' Convention kickoff event, students, educators and administrators flooded the Phoenix Convention Center for a chance to browse the 150 exhibits offering endless tools, ministries, organizations and resources, each designed to support the needs of Seventh-day Adventist education.
Seventh-day Adventist education offers young people and their parents a foundation of Christian values and academic excellence.
ADRA stepped up by helping the Philippines in the wake of the Mayon Volcanic activity and families impacted by Typhoon Egay.