Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- December 2019
Watch presentations from the Columbia Union Conference 2019 Leadership Summit on Sola Scriptura.
“I've been to many sporting events in D.C., but to see all of Capital One Arena filled with people praising Jesus was something that still gives me goosebumps just thinking about it. It was an incredible night to be a part of,” said WGTS Midday Show Host Becky Alignay.
The Ohio Conference Executive Committee recently voted Roy Simpson to be the conference's new treasurer.
Kettering Adventist HealthCare's Sleep Center at the Kettering Medical Center (Ohio) is offering a new treatment for people with obstructive sleep apnea who don’t tolerate or benefit from CPAP therapy.
Washington Adventist University was recently approved by the Maryland State Department of Education for a joint psychology-education M.Ed. School Counseling degree.
The calendar will be mailed to members across the union in December. Additional copies are available for the cost of shipping, while supplies last.
When I said, “My foot is slipping,” your love, O Lord, supported me. ~ Psalm 94:18, NIV
About the time you’re picking up children from school or heading home from a long workday, many people play the game “Bible or Not” with WGTS' afternoon hosts Johnny and Stacey Stone.
Ron Halvorsen Jr, presidente de la Conferencia de Ohio, aceptó una invitación de la Conferencia de Washington para regresar al ministerio pastoral.
En 2017, Emil Peeler, el pastor principal de la iglesia Capitol Hill de la Conferencia Allegheny East en Washington, D.C., tuvo la visión de abrir un centro que ayudaría a abordar los problemas de salud mental que afectan las vidas de las personas en los vecindarios del área de D.C.