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Luego de las tormentas severas que incluyeron al menos 14 tornados confirmados y la muerte de una persona en el área de Dayton / Miami Valley en Ohio y dejaron a su
paso cortes de agua y electricidad, los adventistas del Séptimo Día se unieron para ayudar a la comunidad.
In the early months of 2018, the Ohio Conference launched an initiative designed to help congregations regain their focus on growing spiritually. The program, known as Disciple Ohio (DO), began as an idea and hope of conference President Ron Halvorsen Jr., to have a practical and tangible way to help churches become more effective in reaching their communities in Ohio.
How do I find Christ again?” This was one of the authentic and heartfelt questions asked by high school youth during the recent “ReCharge” gathering at the Worthington church, says Edward Marton, Ohio Conference’s Youth Ministries director.
At the Columbia Union Transformational Evangelism Conference, pastors discussed what's working and what's not in evangelism.
As of June 5, Kettering Adventist HealthCare (KAHC) facilities have treated at least 175 people with storm-related injuries, and one person has been confirmed dead. Water and power outages also impacted the area.
Spared damage from the recent storms in Ohio, members of the Springfield First church, recently organized to help their neighbors impacted by the tornadoes.
During the qualifying tournament of the Ohio Conference Education Department’s AdventistRobotics League, the Space Cows from the Mansfield Seventh-day Adventist School (Ohio) won the grand Champion’s Award, securing an invitation to the Championship Tournament in Orlando, Fla., this month.
At this year's Spring Valley Academy's Celtic Concert, senior Madison Cobb wrote, notated and arranged an original composition.
Here at the Worthington church, we want to be intentional and do everything with mission in mind,” says Jeremy Wong, youth pastor. A little over a year ago, the church launched a new vision in which they felt God leading them to focus on the children, youth and families in their community.
Ohio Conference's Stereo Adventist Radio began broadcasting in January 2018. Its beginning was not easy and required extensive preparation. This considerable challenge was nothing compared to the one they had after their first broadcast, however: keeping their broadcasts on air 24/7.