Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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- February 2017
WGTS 91.9 listeners gave an early Valentine’s present to more than 950 children.
The Daily Record has selected Terry Forde, president & CEO of Adventist HealthCare, to receive the 2017 Influential Marylander award.
For hundreds of students over four decades, Bill Strickland was the essence of Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA). Rightfully so, to staff and students who knew and worked with him, he was “Mr. SVA.”
We often tell ourselves (or others tell us) that sin “is not a big deal” or “it’s not as bad as it seems.” We soften sins impact by referring to it as “blunders, mistakes, errors, lapses, failings, etc.” But the reality is this—it is usually worse than we think!
How do we protect ourselves from a very real threat of terrorism without surrendering to irrational prejudice? Wally Carson, Columbia Union vice president and General Counsel has a wise perspective.
Have you ever tried to come up with a theme for your women's ministries event but just couldn't think of anything? Tamyra Horst, Women's Ministries director for the Pennsylvania Conference, shares some ideas.
February is Heart Month, and it serves as a reminder that we need to give our hearts some TLC. Even in a short month's time, you can do a lot to take better care of your heart. Here are some ideas.
Beulah Manuel, director of the International Student Program at Washington Adventist University in Takoma Park, Md., says some international students on campus are concerned, questioning if they can continue studying in the United States or if they can return home at the end of the school year.
In his book Mentoring by Design, Edward Marton, Ohio Conference youth director, poses the question, “How could a congregation release and empower young people for ministry, and disciples for service?”