Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
In this issue, Kosly Joseph and other second-career pastors change course for ministry.
Los miembros y sus líderes plantaron un récord de 65 iglesias en la Unión de Columbia en el 2019, informa Frank Bondurant, vicepresidente de Desarrollo de Ministerios.
“We support the development of new churches so as to establish a presence in communities that are not being served by our existing congregations, including in major urban centers like Baltimore, Reading, Pa., and Washington, D.C.,” says Frank Bondurant.
Though Kosly Joseph may not have seen his future as a pastor, multiple people questioned if he had considered the ministry or if he was a pastor before becoming one..
Kettering Adventist HealthCare (KAHC), con sede en Dayton, Ohio, realizó recientemente varios cambios clave de liderazgo.
A Pesar de los Grandes Desastres en el Año Nuevo, ADRA Responde
El año 2020 comenzó con desastres naturales en todo el mundo, incluidos los incendios forestales en Nueva Gales del Sur, Australia; lluvia torrencial en Indonesia; una erupción volcánica en Filipinas; y terremotos en Puerto Rico. ADRA ha estado allí para responder a todos.
As my high school graduation drew near, I was unsure about what would come next. I was raised in a Seventh-day Adventist home, but in my teen years, I began to stray from God and the Church.
To highlight the important role that the Bible plays in our faith and daily life, the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee has voted 2021 as the “Year of the Bible.”
Kids, did you find Victor the Visitor mouse in our last issue? If not, don’t worry; you can try again now!
As the sun begins to rise, so do the students at Blue Mountain Academy (BMA)—for a 6:30 a.m. exercise class. Principal Burney Culpepper runs them through a vigorous morning workout. (Get tips on how you can create a fitness routine that works for you too!)