Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
At the recent Potomac Conference pastor/teacher meeting, administrators recognized outstanding educators and pastors for the work they have done. This year they gave special appreciation to four professionals:
Shiloh Community Services, church elders and 10 volunteers partnered with a local women’s domestic violence shelter to bring hope, love and a warm meal to survivors of domestic violence.
Alumni of the New England Youth Ensemble form an impressive roster, ranging from music directors in Adventist schools and churches far and wide to holding key positions in professional, world-renowned orchestras.
Fifty years after Virginia-Gene Rittenhouse first gathered four young violinists to play music together in her living room, young musicians still feel her impact on and off stage.
Read the November/December 2019 Visitor here.
We know about the start and journey of the New England Youth Ensemble, but what about the person behind it? Virginia-Gene Rittenhouse?
Cet automne, les leaders étudiants des académies (junior et senior) de l’Union de Columbia se sont réunis pour la fin de semaine annuelle de Formation sur le Leadership Spirituel Académique (SALT).
Durante la reunión del Comité Ejecutivo de la Uni.n de Columbia de septiembre, Rubén Ramos, vicepresidente de Ministerios Multilingües, reiteró los objetivos del departamento para el 2016-2021 de alentar a cada miembro a compartir el Evangelio.
The homiletics professor was not impressed with my sermon outline based on biblical genealogies. “Don’t preach from the lists!” he had scrawled across the top of my paper.
An Andrews University archaeologist is assessing artifacts that may shed light on the roles and contributions of women in the Early Christian church.