Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
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.”
In preparation for the Columbia Union Conference 2021 “Year of the Bible,” leaders, pastors, students and members are invited to write and submit short devotionals about one of their favorite Bible verses and what it means to their lives.
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!)
Lola Moore Johnston recently released Pursued, a book, DVD and study guide for women.
Thinking about attending a wellness camp in the Mountain View Conference or Pennsylvania Conference? Mention the Visitor when registering for a
A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones (Prov. 17:22). But laughter offers more than just a quick pick-me-up!
N. David Emerson, M.D., says eating only breakfast and lunch and fasting for 12 or 14–15 hours a day, a form of intermittent fasting, is beneficial because it helps lower insulin levels.