Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- November 2019
“As Kettering Adventist HealthCare continues to find innovative ways to provide compassionate, quality and accessible care to patients in our neighborhoods, we are looking to leaders like George Lewis and Tim Dutton to help us achieve these goals while advancing our mission,” says CEO Fred Manchur.
Mountain View Conference staff asked three members to share what Thanksgiving Day means to them.
Barry Black discussed how he now consumes a steady diet of Scripture throughout the day: the Psalms for breakfast; a Proverb at lunch; and a Gospel passage in the evening. He charged the attendees to pray James 1:5 and Luke 11:13 each day, saying it would transform them as it has him.
Throughout October and the first two weeks of November, the WGTS team went to local Walmarts all across the Washington area to do sock drives with teams of “WGTS Hands and Heart” volunteers.
Debido a la "advertencia" oficial que se dio a la Unión de Columbia en el Consejo Anual de la Conferencia General del 2019 como resultado de la acción votada por el distrito electoral de la Unión de Columbia del 2012 para permitir la "ordenación ministerial inclusiva" en la Unión de Columbia, y a la luz de las discusiones sobre este tema que continúan teniendo lugar en la Iglesia Adventista del Séptimo Día, SE VOTÓ:
Bags were packed, gas tanks full and the anticipation of seeing old classmates and sentiments of nostalgia grew, as more than 1,000 people recently traveled to Pine Forge Academy’s (PFA) 44th Annual Alumni Weekend, themed “Forging the Future.”
There is a new sport on Highland View Academy’s campus that is not only building up student athletes’ physical bodies but teamwork skills too.
In response to the warning issued by the 2019 General Conference Annual Council, the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee voted to “affirm and express its unwavering support for the primacy of the Word of God; the mission and fundamental beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church; the belief in the Prophet Joel’s prophecy of Joel 2:28-29; women pastors, elders and leaders who serve by policy; and the Union leadership team.”
These mosaics portray a number of people, some of whom are identified. The name of Pope Paschal I’s mother, Theodora, was written in the mosaics in this chapel by her portrait, followed by the title, episcopa. While an exact meaning cannot be determined, this title typically referred to the office of bishop.
The tombstone, translated from its Greek inscription, says, “Here lies the presbyter Kale who lived 50 years without reproach (amemptos). Her life ended on 14 September.”