Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
After the death of her husband, Charlotte Conway, a member of Potomac Conference's Sligo church in Takoma Park, Md., co-founded HeartLifters, a ministry that embraces surviving spouses and those who have spouses with dementia.
The former Ohio Conference office and adjoining properties located in Mount Vernon were sold for $450,000 to an area businessman.
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Robin Shafer and Jeffery Jones were the only Pathfinders in Mountain View Conference’s Grafton, W.Va., club last year, and the smallest club to attend the camporee.
With a smile on their faces and the joy of a new day, the Castro sisters regularly go to their friends and acquaintances houses to give Bible studies. At an early age, Kimberly (13), Mitzy (12) and Destiny Castro (10) developed a love for Christ and His mission.
To her surprise, 30 years after attending a Pathfinder camporee, Sarah Capeles Frodelly joined more than 57,000 Pathfinders, leaders and volunteers at the 2019 “Chosen” International Pathfinder Camporee. A highlight was seeing 18 New Jersey Conference Pathfinders baptized.
Este otoño, los líderes estudiantiles, juniors y seniors de las academias de la Unión de Columbia se reunieron con los líderes de la unión y líderes académicos en Edgewater, Maryland, para el fin de semana anual de Capacitación de Liderazgo de la Academia Espiritual (SALT).
“We want our student leaders to gain a better sense of their leadership responsibilities and how to meet them,” says Jaqueline Messenger, event coordinator and the Columbia Union’s associate director for secondary education.
Celebrating more than a century of health ministry in Montgomery County, Maryland, Adventist HealthCare staff and the Seventh-day Adventist community gather for the White Oak Medical Center’s opening AND Pathfinders relish being “Chosen” by God, and choosing Him too in the October 2019 Visitor.
Seven years after battling breast cancer, Jennifer Wakefield, who attends New Hope church in Fulton, Md., is trying to spread the message that there is life after a difficult diagnosis.