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This school year, Potomac Conference's Takoma Academy welcomes three new teachers to its team.
Themed, “Be the Light,” Lake Nelson Adventist Academy's focus this year is to strive to lead students, families and communities into a deeper, more intimate relationship with Jesus.
Jean-Michel Etienne, New Jersey Conference's Health Ministries director, organized a health fair in September at the Tranquility Camp in Andover.
It all started one Sunday in May 2023, when Katie King asked her mother, Amy Perdue, to go to church with her and Brayleigh Lafferty—King’s niece/Perdue’s granddaughter.
This school year, staff and faculty across the Columbia Union Conference are serving children in more than 80 early childhood education centers, K–8 elementary schools, high schools and higher education institutions.
The Potomac Conference is pleased to introduce Williams Ovalle—a dedicated and passionate leader with a heart for young people—as its new youth director.
The Bible tells us the story of a woman who is famous for giving everything she had. Her testimony tells us the meaning of true giving.
Emotional abuse is more common than you think—even within Seventh-day Adventist homes and churches.
Cosas que deberías saber en Noviembre/Diciembre 2023.
Más de 150 estudiantes líderes de muchas de las academias de la unión de Columbia se reunieron para SALT.