Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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Think you know Amish culture? Some widely held beliefs like “The Amish can’t use electricity” may just be fiction.
Il y a vingt ans, les huit fédérations de l’Union de Columbia, ont fourni des fonds considérables pour faciliter l’application d’une nouvelle politique de la Division Nord-Américaine (NAD), selon laquelle les fonds renouvelables à travers toute la division devraient conserver au moins 25% de leur argent en réserves de capital.
One day while surfing the web at work, Abe Raber came across Adventist sermons on YouTube. He had never heard anything like them before, and he was inexplicably drawn to the truths he was hearing for the first time.
Excommunicated because of their newfound beliefs, three Amish families found freedom, faith and friendship in an Ohio church plant.
A favorite at the Columbia Union Conference holiday potlucks, you might want to try Christine Greene's carrot casserole too!
Looking for a good Pennsylvania-Dutch approved casserole? Try Christine Greene's Bavarian Wiener Dish casserole.
Did you know that there are 41,317 multilingual members among the Columbia Union Conference’s 148,068 members? See more statistics here.
Excommunicated because of their newfound beliefs, three Amish families found freedom, faith and friendship in an Ohio church plant. Also, read news in our NEW French news section, Nouvelles.
When the Bible became available to the masses, it helped to increase knowledge and understanding and became a source of spiritual food that nourished hungry hearts and thirsty souls. By reading and meditating on its precepts and promises, people came to know Jesus and gained a greater understanding of His mission and the Great Commission.
During her 30 years of working in education, Edwina was employed as a teacher, childcare center owner and in the Potomac Conference Elementary Education Department—all of which provided the experience she needed for her book.