Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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- October 2017
Early morning clouds gave way to bright sunshine on Oct. 26, 2017, as the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America (NAD) welcomed guests to the grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony at its new headquarters in Columbia, Maryland.
We live in a world that seems to spin much faster than we want it to, with each day accelerating a little more. We feel overwhelmed, tired and often discouraged because we want to produce and accomplish more goals than we did the day before. Months and years go by, leaving us feeling defeated.
At the Pennsylvania Conference Executive Committee, delegates elected Carlos Charnichart to serve as the new conference treasurer. His wife, Liz, also accepted an administrative assistant position in the conference office.
A blend of more than 250 professionals and students recently attended the 2017 Society of Adventist Communicators convention in Portland, Oregon. See which Columbia Union Conference Young Adult group won several awards at the banquet here.
After serving nearly 29 years in the Mountain View Conference, president Larry and Jo'an Boggess announced their retirement at the October 24 Mountain View Conference Executive Committee in Parkersburg, West Virginia.
More than 700 people joined the WGTS 91.9 team for “Night of Hope” recently at the Bethel World Outreach Church in Olney, Md.
Kettering Adventist HealthCare becomes first in Dayton to offer radioactive seed-localized breast surgery.
During the Allegheny East Conference’s (AEC) 21st Regular Constituency Meeting, delegates celebrated the conference’s accomplishments and also elected a new officer to the leadership team.
Belinda Cheeseboro, an Andrews University (Mich.) 2015 graduate and who is now working on a Ph.D. in Physics and Astronomy at West Virginia University, participated in research that was recently recognized with a Nobel Prize.
This fall marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. While Martin Luther was not the first reformer, his posting and printing of the 95 Theses, or complaints against the Catholic Church, are considered the launching point of the reformation.