Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
At the Columbia Union Transformational Evangelism Conference, pastors discussed what's working and what's not in evangelism.
First Chronicles 12:32 mentions the tribe of Issachar who “understood the times and knew what Israel should do” (NIV). We need Issacharian pastors today who understand the trends and changes in our culture, and who will reach out to and engage people for Christ in relevant ways.
See who speaking at the 2019 Chesapeake Conference Camp Meeting in Hagerstown, Md.
In December and throughout 2018 Columbia Union Conference held a luncheon to affirm and express appreciation to the women clergy who serve in the Columbia Union.
Join the Pennsylvania Conference Camp Meeting June 7 - 15 in Hamburg, Pa.
The Columbia Union ended a two-year emphasis on evangelism in fall of 2018.
If you’re trying to grow your online ministry, you may run into a crisis and need to act fast before the news spreads.
The Columbia Union Conference, woven together by 150,000 members, is as unique as the shades in a tapestry. The yarn, however, representing our great diversity, only serves a purpose when intertwined in solidarity. Read our 2018 Annual Report here.
“We knew that the theme God gave us would present the opportunity for all in attendance to have an encounter with Him. And praise God, He showed up. In spite of sickness among our board and family members, He enabled us to do what was needed,” says newly re-elected President Mark Brown.
God sometimes has an interesting way of answering prayers. For Alex Partyka, a member of Chesapeake Conference’s Triadelphia church in Clarksville, Md., that answer came in the form of a jail sentence.