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ACSGW Gets "Facelift"
Story by Alicia Tucker
All in the Tune: Homero Salazar Shares His Musical Talents
Story by Beth Michaels
Takoma Academy (TA) junior Chynna Smith has been accepted into and bestowed a full scholarship with Pioneer Academics, an organization founded by American university professors in cooperation with international education experts.
Story by Ron Mills
The Columbia Union Conference and churches in the Allegheny east, Chesapeake and Potomac conferences recently kicked off the "Prophecies of Hope" evangelism initiative. Here are a few photographs from the events across the Baltimore/Washington area. Want to see your church featured? Email your photo and caption to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet it using #Propheciesofhope.
Members of Restoration Run Club (RRC), a club sponsored by Potomac Conference’s Restoration Praise Center in Bowie, Md., recently won the Healthy Church Challenge at Washington Adventist University’s (WAU) 5K Fun Run in Takoma Park, Md.
Story by Devona Brown
Allegheny East, Chesapeake and Potomac conferences are gearing up for the Columbia Union Conference's "Prophecies of Hope" evangelism initiative starting April 11.
Watch this video report to see snippets from the March 21 prayer rally and watch interviews from participants eager to share hope with their communities.
Gail Melkersen, one of the promoters of the Virginia Scholarships Tax Credits program, recently met with Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) and Shenandoah Valley Adventist Elementary (SVAE) students to present checks totaling $22,064. Seven SVA students received scholarships totaling $15,164: six SVAE students received $6,900.
Editorial: Parable of the Lost Band
By Pranitha Fielder
As an administrative team, we [The Potomac Conference leadership] are privileged to be part of the body of Christ that prioritizes moving His mission forward and leading people to Him.