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Paty Serrano recently started as the new Chesapeake Conference STEM coordinator. Serrano fills the position formerly held by Ophelia Barizo, who retired this summer.
Close to 150 Allegheny East Conference members attended and several presented at the the recent North American Division CALLED Pastors’ Family Convention held in Lexington, Ky.
Chesapeake Conference's Highland View Academy (HVA) welcomes Rob Gettys as the new principal for the 2022–23 school year. He brings many years of educational
experience to the position.
Lawita G. Cheatham-Hemphill has joined Allegheny East Conference's Pine Forge Academy (PFA) administrative team as the director of development.
Toward the end of last school year, students from Lake Nelson Adventist Academy focused on environmental stewardship for the academic fair, researching and creating dynamic projects focused on reducing, reusing and recycling in a variety of contexts.
For the first time in three years, Potomac Conference constituents met for in-person
celebrations of camp meetings, a welcomed experience for those longing to come together in a decades-long tradition of spiritual renewal and fellowship.
Cet été, quelque 15 600 bibles et plus de 100 000 « Vers Jésus » sont arrivés au siège de l’Union de Fédérations de Columbia, prêts à être distribués aux églises et aux membres de l›union.
Este verano, unas 15,600 Biblias y más de 100,000 libros El Camino a Cristo llegaron a la sede de la Unión de Columbia, listas para ser distribuidas a las iglesias y miembros de toda la unión.
WGTS 91.9 and TobyMac recently celebrated the release of his latest album, Life After Death, by having a party with local listeners and donors.
Much of Mountain View Conference's West Virginia territory still waits to be reached with the Seventh-day Adventist message. Moorefield, a small town boasting a population of 3,000 with 500 Hispanics is one such place.