Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
A few months ago, due to the coronavirus, our churches moved worship and ministry online. Uncharted territory for many, it turned out to be a gold mine for ministry!
The Pennsylvania Conference is excited to welcome Pastor Todd Casey and his wife, December. Casey accepted an invitation to serve as youth director, joining the team April 1.
Ekele Nwankwo uses her wealth of experience as a doctor of naturopathy in original medicine to encourage church members to live a healthy life.
At the age of nine, Guadalupe “Lupita” Nieto Arroyo felt lost in a sea of deep loneliness and depression. She had long been the target of school bullying, and her home life felt unstable, as her parents considered divorce.
Health care is a constantly changing environment. New technology brings new machines and procedures, and new buildings are designed with efficiency in mind.
We want people to visit our churches, but are we helping them feel welcome?
One day while scrolling through Facebook, Kyle’s father, Brent, saw a post showing how a plastic ear saver device could help make face masks more comfortable for medical staff.
Au moment de la publication de ce document, 20 frères et soeurs de l’Eglise adventiste sont parmi les milliers de personnes qui ont succombé à la maladie.
Al cierre de esta edición, 20 miembros adventistas están entre los miles que sucumbieron a la enfermedad.
Read the May/June 2020 Visitor! (You can also download the PDF here.)