Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
Before he saved dozens of wounded soldiers on the front lines during World War II, which earned him a Medal of Honor, Seventh-day Adventist combat medic Desmond Doss was called a misfit for refusing to carry a weapon, and commanders ostracized him for observing the Sabbath. Seventy years later, what is the military like for Adventists?
Thanksgiving is coming, and once again our nation will mention, at least briefly, the pilgrims of Plymouth. History records that in 1621 the pilgrims gave thanks. But for what?
On April 1, 1942, Desmond Doss joined the United States Army. Little did he realize that three and a half years later, he would be standing on the White House lawn, receiving the nation’s highest award for his bravery and courage under fire.
Thanksgiving and Christmas meals don't have to be full of fat and sugar. Try these healthy, hearty vegetarian recipes.
Want to use the buzz around the movie "Hacksaw Ridge" as a way to share more about Desmond Doss' life and faith with your friends? We have resources to help.
Gary Nelson, a member of the Allegheny East Conference’s Columbia Community Center church in Columbia, Md., grew up singing in the church. He recently released his first CD, "Thankful."
Seventh-day Adventists across the Columbia Union Conference celebrated Let’s Move! Day September 18, but the emphasis on exercise and healthy living doesn’t have to stop.
WAU senior Heather Alas, a dual major in Business Administration Finance Emphasis and Business Administration Marketing Emphasis, is the new student president of Enactus (2016-2017). This past month she talked to the Visitor about Enactus, and what being a member means to her.
See photos from the Columbia Union Conference's "Fearless" Camporee October 6 - 9 in Schuylkill Haven, Pa.
Here are several ways Adventist churches, schools and members in the Columbia Union are helping to put an end to bullying.