The Cumberland and Frostburg (Md.) churches sponsored an evangelistic series a couple of falls ago, led by Columbia Union Conference President Dave Weigley. While reviewing nightly registration slips, someone noticed that one attendee had indicated he was Mormon.
At Mountain View Conference’s constituency session, held Sunday, delegates re-elected their top two officers and received good news about the financial picture of the smallest conference in the Columbia Union.
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.
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.
Prayer is powerful. I’m sure if you asked most anyone, they would agree with this statement. But how many truly understand the power of prayer and take time daily to plead with God? How many truly claim His promises and persevere in prayer?
Pathfinders are thriving within the Mountain View Conference (MVC). With eight clubs, and with children eager to participate ... our conference provides many opportunities to stretch and grow our young people,” shares Joel Stecker, MVC Pathfinder director.
Mountain View Conference's Toll Gate church in Pennsboro, W.Va., recently
hosted its inaugural Biker Sabbath, after connecting with Pastor Bill and Audrey Hunt, leaders of the Three Angels’ Messengers (3AM) Motorcycle Association, during campmeeting.