Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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Nine different church locations. Three schools. Providing concerts. Interacting with students. Painting walls. Talking with students and church members. Learning to barter at shops. Sharing testimonies with people wanting to know more about God.
After hearing of the tragic loss of Officer Katie Thyne, killed in the line of duty just blocks from their church, members from the Calvary church in Newport News, Va., went into action.
The Best Christian Workplaces Institute has just named WGTS 91.9 as a “Certified Best Christian Workplace” for 2020. In 2020 all the staff members of WGTS 91.9 took a 55 question survey to share their reflections on the workplace culture and environment.
Setting aside a specific period of time to focus on mission is a wonderful thing that has the potential to draw you closer to Christ and reach many people with His love. If you can find a way to do it, take the leap! BUT...
Standing on the podium to receive the 2018 International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Adult Female Blue Medium-Heavy World title this spring, Kayla Dehm was able to be “present in the moment and enjoy how far God had taken her,” she says—a much different place than where she was last year.
Columbia Union members help refugees adjust to life in a new land.
Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington (ACSGW) is one of 24 regional charities recently recognized in The Washingtonian magazine's "Doing Good" feature that recommends area nonprofits to support with holiday season giving.
This World Refugee Day, there are more than 60 million people around the world who are internally displaced, seeking asylum, or living as refugees in other countries. The United Nations has described the Syrian crisis, which has displaced approximately half of the country’s population, as the biggest humanitarian emergency of our era.
Kettering College Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program Approved
Story by Kettering College Staff
Kettering College in Kettering, Ohio, recently gained final approval by the Higher Learning Commission to offer a doctorate in occupational therapy. This is the final action needed for adding the first doctoral program to begin at the college.