Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- July 2015
New Registrar Joins Administrative Team
It is my desire to be part of a team that seeks God’s guidance in training and equipping our local church to make an impact in its local community,” shares M. Alexandria Harter, the new Family and Women’s ministries pastor at the Kettering church.
Story by Heidi Shoemaker, Ohio Conference
At the beginning of the 2014-15 school year, Chaplain Luis Camps challenged every faculty and staff member to choose one student to help develop a personal relationship with Christ. The staff took the challenge to heart, and the Lord answered their prayers during the spring semester.
Story by Ron Mills, Takoma Academy
The Wilkes Barre Hispanic church’s Día del Niño (Children’s Day) event at Kirby Park in Kingston was full of activities, including face painting, piñatas, bounce houses and a water balloon battle.
Paulo Macena serves as
Adventist leaders say the Pew findings reflect the church’s mission to prepare all people for Jesus’ return.
The Comptroller of Maryland recently recognized Washington Adventist University (WAU) business students for their creative solutions to helping local small businesses thrive. The students recently earned third place in the national Enactus Competition, which awards teams with the most creative solutions to resolving community issues.
Rockville, Woodbridge Churches Help Knoxville Church Recover From Arson
Story by Beth Michaels
Photos by Vonda McLean