Conference leaders kicked off 2015 with training sessions and classes for local church leaders and department coordinators. “The purpose of the trainings is to motivate and give the tools to the leaders to do the mission of Jesus in their local churches,” says Jorge Aguero, Personal Ministries director.
El pastor jubilado Kermit Netteburg entró recientemente como gerente interino de Potomac Adventist Book and Health Food Center (ABC) en Silver Spring, Md. Él reemplaza a Lisa Myaing, quien trabajó en la tienda más de 23 años, desempeñándose como gerente los últimos 11 años.
At the end of the year, Jim Greene, New Jersey Conference executive secretary, is retiring. “After so many years working together, it is not easy to say good bye to somebody like him,” says José H. Cortés, conference president. “Jim has had an outstanding service record of 48.82 years!”
After attending an EXSEED Conference at Loma Linda University in California, Sadrail Saint-Ulysse, superintendent of schools, started looking for ways to implement science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs into New Jersey Conference schools.
New Jersey Conference’s Burlington church recently hosted Community Service Day, a special time to show the importance of volunteering and highlight the network of resources the church and other local agencies provide to the area.