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In silence for almost three weeks, he contemplated his decision. Roy Dunlap serves as a deacon at the Restoration Praise Center in Bowie, Md., and is the director of Environmental Services at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C.
Potomac held its Third Quinquennial Constituency Meeting on March 14. Due to pandemic restrictions, the venue of the meeting convened in an online / virtual setting.
This storm seemed relentless, and the waves were coming so fast. How will we ever survive? I thought. But then an overwhelming peace came over me.
Last Sabbath, about 30 cars lined up in the parking lot for a church service at the Ammendale campus of Potomac Conference's Beltsville (Md.) church. This was the first service on the church’s premises since the doors closed last March due to the pandemic.
On March 14, 2021, the Potomac Conference Corporation will be the first conference in the Columbia Union Conference to virtually host a full constituency meeting. Like many organizations that have had to adjust their official meeting protocols, after much prayer and deliberation, Potomac made the decision to proceed with the virtual option. The conference’s executive committee later approved the request from the conference administration.
Do I know how to trust? I’ve asked myself this question more times in the last several years than ever before.
Takoma Academy (TA) continues to instruct classes virtually, with the hopes of implementing a hybrid plan in the near future.
Let our new life resolution be to generously sow seeds that will produce a rich harvest of truth, love, mercy and justice, and spend time walking humbly with our God.
Have you ever done a group project and the other person won’t work with you? How does that make you feel?
Kosly Joseph, district pastor of the Harrisonburg and Charlottesville (Va.) churches, always dreamed of being an airline pilot.