Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- April 2019
The paper titled Synthesis, Characterization, and Water-Degradation of Biorenewable Polyesters Derived from Natural Camphoric Acid was published in the Green Chemistry Journal.
Story by Vicki Swetnam
Spring Valley Academy (SVA) is proud to announce “S.T.O.M.P.” (Stand Together On Mutual Pride), a new high school club that promotes school spirit. Twelve students came together with a desire to encourage and foster more school spirit among the student body.
“Alison brings to this position an outstanding record of scholarship and leadership,” says Donovan Ross, vice president for Education in the Columbia Union Conference.
After Mountain View Conference’s (MVC) mission statement was created in 2018, a survey was sent to MVC committee members, pastors, teachers and leaders. After the data was compiled, the results were presented to the MVC Executive Committee in December for further clarity. The conference administration team then took the information and created a single document reflecting the prayerful thoughts and ideas of those surveyed. In January 2019, the Executive Committee unanimously approved the document shown.
The school day is over, but not for students who attend Allegheny East Conference's Pine Forge Academy (PFA). Junior Joseph Cheatham, a student supervisor for the gym custodians, has “learned to work hard and how to get a job done,” in the PFA Career Readiness Program.
We can testify that Jesus has been with the Mountain View Conference throughout the last five years. As we have made mission our primary focus, He has blessed in ways that have left us speechless at times.
Earlier this year, more than 260 lay-leaders and pastors from 25 churches in the Chesapeake Conference attended the MissionWorks workshop, led by the North American Division Evangelism Institute (NADEI) and the Chesapeake Evangelism Department.
The tool brings surgeons new capabilities when treating patients with debilitating spine conditions.
We all have the opportunity to experience volunteerism in our churches. Let us be good stewards of the ministries with which God has entrusted us.
“We knew that the theme God gave us would present the opportunity for all in attendance to have an encounter with Him. And praise God, He showed up. In spite of sickness among our board and family members, He enabled us to do what was needed,” says newly re-elected President Mark Brown.