Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- November 2017
Once every five years Washington Adventist University (WAU) opens its doors to young gymnasts from across the U.S., Canada, and the Dominican Republic for Acrofest. This year they welcomed 22 teams with more than 800 performers to the campus. One team, however, almost didn't make it.
The United States Supreme Court recently admitted eight Seventh-day Adventist attorneys–five of them from the Columbia Union Conference territory–as members to the bar.
During a flash flood in 2015, a bridge that connects Delbarton, W.Va. with a small community across the Pigeon Creek sustained significant damage. The bridge continued to deteriorate over the months that followed.
Sim Fryson, an Allegheny West Conference Shiloh church member in Huntington, W.Va., recently experienced a miracle driving on a busy highway in Charleston, W.Va.
What might Ellen White, one of the founders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, say to addicts today? Cheri Peters, founder of True Step Ministries, recently edited White’s classic book Steps to Christ with what she thinks is the answer to that question.
The Ohio Conference Executive Committee voted on September 5, to accept the gift of a $3.2-million, fully-furnished office building, located in the greater Dayton area.
Why do we worship? Why is it that worship is the common background to all Christian experience and that it is so faithfully and willingly practiced? I would suggest three things the psalms emphasize.
For 60 years WGTS 91.9 has served Washington, D.C., and shared Christ. See a timeline of their history here.
On May 8, 1957, in the basement of the men’s dormitory on the campus of then Washington Missionary College, WGTS 91.9 started broadcasting on a 10-watt transmitter, covering a scant square mile in Takoma Park, Md.
El 8 de mayo de 1957, en el sótano del hogar de varones en el campus del entonces Colegio Misionero de Washington, WGTS 91.9 comenzó a emitir en un transmisor de 10 vatios, cubriendo apenas una milla cuadrada en Takoma Park, Md.