Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
Paulo Macena serves as t
I was just a boy when I started to learn the powerful impact of medical professionals.
Many books have been written on the art of listening. And, truly, it is an art.
I knocked on the apartment door and listened. Soon a soft and feeble voice called out for me to come in.
God placed relational, romantic and sexual longings in each soul. But longings can be problematic.
Story by Jennifer Schwirzer
Celeste Ryan Blyden
New Jersey Conference's Youth Ministries director says although Jesus tasked us with spreading the good news, He only promised us one, important tool.
Story by Paulo Macena
The Columbia Union’s own Walter Carson, Esq., is the only Adventist to successfully argue before the U.S. Supreme Court. In Hobbie v. Unemployment Appeals Commission of Florida, the Court reversed the appeals commission’s refusal to provide unemployment benefits to a woman who was fired for refusing to work on Sabbath. The Court found that a state could not treat a religious convert differently than a person whose beliefs preceded her employment.
How brightly does your church shine in the community? Can your neighbors “put a face” with our church name?
Members of Potomac Conference’s Fredericksburg (Va.) church recently came together to host a sacred benefit concert on behalf of a baby girl diagnosed with leukemia