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The Potomac Conference is embracing technology to further their mission and efficiency. One step in this direction is transitioning from paper documents to digital records.
A married couple from Oregon flew across the country to be baptized at Spencerville church—the church that helped lead them to Christ during the pandemic.
Spencer Hannah, Spring Valley Academy's interim principal, shares his thoughts on what it takes to form a successful team.
Twenty-two members from the New Hope church in Fulton, Md., recently embarked on a mission trip to Grenada to host health fairs and build ongoing relationships.
Jesus’ greatest commandment is that God is to be number one in every category of our lives. For God, being number two is not an option.
The high schoolers at Chesapeake Conference's Spencerville Adventist Academy recently attended a spiritual retreat, providing time for students and faculty to build a foundation in God’s Word.
Members of the Chesapeake Conference Executive Committee recently voted to appoint Shelvan Arunan as associate Ministerial director.
The Bible tells us the story of a woman who is famous for giving everything she had, even though she was a widow. Her testimony tells us the meaning of true giving.
Allegheny East Conference's Community church in Englewood, N.J., recently hosted a three-week evangelistic and community impact series under a tent in McKay Park, themed “Keep Hope Alive.”
Thanksgiving and Christmas are the two most festive holidays on the calendar. In these last two months of the year, extended family members reunite, decadent holiday meals are prepared and enjoyed, and the battle wages on for the appropriate time to begin playing Christmas music!