Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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- May 2017
I enjoy reading and collecting books. If I give a book away, then it belongs to someone else, and I no longer have it. But if I share a book with my wife, then it is something that we can both treasure.
The Columbia Union Conference recently hosted the Rise Up Young Adult Summit in Arlington, Va., where church leaders encouraged young adults to be leaders in the church today and now. Watch videos from that weekend here.
Allegheny West Conference recently held its 17th Annual Constituency Meeting with approximately 300+ delegates from the following states of Ohio, West Virginia, Western Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
Psalm 23 has rightly found its place in the hearts of Christian readers. Praying the psalm helps one to express trust in God and to experience calm in the midst of life’s troubles, including imminent death. There are, in this best known and most loved of all psalms, two graphic pictures of God’s intimate relationship with one of His people.
Story by Elizabeth Long
Kettering Adventist HealthCare plans to build a 67,000 square-foot medical facility on land it purchased in Middletown on State Route 122, just southeast of I-75.
Get to know the Columbia Union Conference leadership team and their missions, learn about the union's priorities and read news from around the union in the May 2017 Visitor.
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Dios espera que pensemos cuidadosamente el camino a tomar, y las organizaciones tienen encrucijadas, decisiones que nos impactarán en los próximos años”, dijo Dave Weigley en el Retiro del Comité Ejecutivo de la Conferencia de la Unión de Columbia en el mes de marzo.
Dave and Becky Weigley have spent 40 years in marriage and ministry. What do they enjoy doing together? What’s on their bucket lists? What lessons have they learned in life and leadership? Get to know them here. Interviews by Celeste Ryan Blyden
Last year Dave Weigley was reelected for an unprecedented third term. Now in his 40th year in ministry for the Seventh-day Adventist Church and 11th year as president of the Columbia Union Conference, we asked him to reflect on accomplishments, challenges, priorities and mission.
Columbia Union Conference officers and departmental directors provide guidance, support and a sense of unity among members and ministries. What’s their role, and what challenges and opportunities do they see ahead?