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Members of Potomac Conference’s Fredericksburg (Va.) church recently came together to host a sacred benefit concert on behalf of a baby girl diagnosed with leukemia
Delmas F. Campbell, MEd, former Math Department chair, was recently appointed principal of Pine Forge Academy (PFA) in Pine Forge, Pa.
In preparation for the Service Learning Honors Program’s spring mission trip to Belize, Kettering College of Medical Arts (KCMA) in Kettering, Ohio, sponsored a seminar on how to run eye clinics in developing countries.
Willie Oliver, PhD, was elected director of Family Ministries for the world church.
Iris Argueta, Children’s Ministries director for the Washington Spanish church in Silver Spring, Md., and Charles Tapp, senior pastor of Sligo church in Takoma Park, Md., are bringing their extensive broadcasting backgrounds to the General Conference Session.
“Mr. Chairman, as of this opening session, we have 1,987 registered delegates out of a possible 2,411,” announced Matthew Bediako, executive secretary of the worldwide Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Last month Hercules Pinkney, EdD, an elder at the Allegheny East Conference Breath of Life church in Fort Washington, Md., was recently named Leader of the Year for Montgomery County, Maryland.
Denny Grady, who serves as Youth Ministries director for the Potomac Conference, will add Columbia Union Conference coordinator for youth to his responsibilities.
Kettering Medical Center (KMC) in Kettering, Ohio, announced plans for a new proton therapy center to be established within three years.
Leaders from across the Columbia Union gathered last week for second quarter meetings called “midyear meetings.”