Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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- October 2017
Los miembros de la Unión de Columbia en todo el territorio han trabajado con el equipo de Servicios Comunitarios Adventistas de la Unión (ACS) / Respuesta a Desastres para ayudar a los afectados por los recientes huracanes.
October is Pastor Appreciation Month, a time when we have the opportunity to recognize and affirm the work and ministry of our pastoral workforce who have accepted the call to be “co-laborers” with Christ.
Six women leaders in the Seventh-day Adventist Church reflect on their journeys to ministry and leadership lessons learned along the way.
Hao Ya Jie never imagined she would grow up to help establish a strong Adventist presence in her native mainland China, much less lead a 7,000-member church district.
Following nearly six hours of discussion and debate, a majority of members of the Executive Committee of the General Conference (GC) of Seventh-day Adventists voted during their Annual Council meeting to send a document entitled Procedures for Reconciliation and Adherence in Church Governance: Phase II, back to the Unity in Mission Oversight Committee for further review.
(WATCH a video of the meeting here too.)
WATCH: Aleksandar S. Santrac, professor of Religion and Chair of the Washington Adventist University Department of Religion, re-examines the ecumenical and postmodern dimensions of the legacy of Luther’s Sola Scriptura principle, the reformer’s revolutionary teaching that the Scriptures are the sole infallible rule of faith and practice.
Chaplain Washington Johnson II, Commander, Deputy Chaplain of the United States Coast Guard for Reserve Matters, answered the call to duty to support victims of hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Andrews professor is part of Nobel Prize winning research.
To stem the spread of the opioid epidemic, Kettering Adventist Health Care has created an innovative tool for healthcare providers and pharmacists. This tool has the potential to help clinicians provide opioid-free health care.
Psalm 121 is a quiet voice, gently and kindly telling us, that we might be wrong in the way we are going about the Christian life and then very simply, showing us the right way. “I lift up my eyes to the hills. From whence does my help come?”