Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Potomac Conference
It’s All in the Details
By Sheri Clemmer
This summer I started the “SVA Parent Village” Facebook group to support and uplift our Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) students, parents, faculty and staff, and recently shared the following experience of how God’s tender care and leading provided the way for my twin sons to attend SVA.
Story by Melissa Reinoehl
Protein. P-r-o-t-e-i-n. Protein.” Eighth-grader Carina Ming from the John Nevins Andrews School (JNA) carefully spelled the word that ensured her spot as first-place winner of a Potomac tri-school spelling bee at JNA in Takoma Park, Md.
Story by Tiffany Doss, Potomac Conference
At the beginning of the 2014-15 school year, Chaplain Luis Camps challenged every faculty and staff member to choose one student to help develop a personal relationship with Christ. The staff took the challenge to heart, and the Lord answered their prayers during the spring semester.
Story by Ron Mills, Takoma Academy
Rockville, Woodbridge Churches Help Knoxville Church Recover From Arson
Story by Beth Michaels
Photos by Vonda McLean
All are invited to attend Sligo Homecoming, August 1 and 2, the annual gathering of current and former members of the Potomac Conference church in Takoma Park, Md., the official church family for Washington Adventist University. Guest speaker is Trevan Osborn, pastor of the Azure Hills church (Calif.).
JNA, ACSGW Lunch & Learn Camp for Takoma Park Youth Sees Overflow Response
Story by Alicia Tucker
In preparation for the 60th General Conference Session in San Antonio that will begin July 1, please join leaders from Sligo Church, Washington Adventist University and the Columbia Union Conference for a special day of prayer, study and discussion on women, ordination and unity.
Story by Celeste Ryan Blyden
The Student Diplomacy Corps (SDC) recently accepted two Takoma Academy (TA)students into their prestigious program.
Story by Ron Mills
Spring break for many students around the country is full of catching up with friends, forgetting about schoolwork and focusing on themselves. However, for some Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) students, that isn’t the case.
Story by Chris Simons