Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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Each of Pennsylvania Conference’s 10 schools recently received safety upgrades and new technology as part of the conference’s strategic initiative, “Together for our Kids.”
As Pastor Daniel Venegas finished the baptisms, he asked if there was anyone else who wanted to commit their lives to Jesus. A little hand shot up.
Pennsylvania Conference's Seventh-day Adventist schools invite students and families to "come with us" on their educational journey.
Lauri and Joe Nichols came to know Christ as a result of Rachel Velez, a 14-year-old who couldn't hide her love for Jesus.
It is remarkable to see how God can use the least likely people to do amazing things, such as the apostles Peter and John. If He can use them, He can surely use any of us, if we are willing.
One tradition Shenandoah Valley Academy students look forward to—for more than 20 years now—is the handbell RingFest held in Toledo, Ohio.
Chesapeake Conference's Spencerville Adventist Academy (SAA) recently held its second annual Career Day for the entire student body, grades pre-K to 12.
Recognizing the need for an infusion of new energy and vision into dying churches, the Potomac Conference recently transitioned Paul Graham to serve as assistant to the vice president for Pastoral Ministries for Revitalization.
This spring, Takoma Academy (TA) will welcome its alumni back to campus to celebrate and reconnect during alumni weekend, themed “Still Standing!”
Although we have never been to heaven, 1 Peter 2:11 tells us that we are strangers here on earth. So it only seems natural to call heaven our home.