Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- June 2018
The book of Acts recounts the church’s ability to function together, as well as the struggles and successes encountered when a church body attempts to fulfill the Great Commission. While their involvement took some prodding from the Holy Spirit, they became active agents for the mission of heaven.
This week the Supreme Court of the United States of America decided in favor of Jack Phillips, a Christian baker in Colorado, who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple because of his religious convictions. What does the ruling mean for religious liberty? Walter Carson, legal counsel for the Columbia Union Conference, weighs in on what this important decision means to Seventh-day Adventists.
The Columbia Union Conference Adventist Community Services (ACS), NAD ACS and Miracle City church are partnering to help clean-up flood damage in Maryland. They need your help!
This coming fall, all Columbia Union Conference elementary students will be studying Bible class with the new Adventist Encounter Bible Curriculum. High school classes across the union already use this program that promotes the Bible as the primary textbook, and encourages a deeper relationship with God through hands-on activities.
Kettering College (Ohio) broke its summer enrollment record for the second consecutive year. The college increased its opening enrollment by 11.8 percent, with a total of 722 students enrolled for the 2018 summer semester.