Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- June 2018
Like many Americans, Sylvia Urrutia and Anissa Pérez, members of Potomac Conference’s Arise Hispanic-American Company in Silver Spring, Md., felt emotionally drained the past few weeks, watching families be torn apart on the U.S./Mexico border while trying to enter the country. Now they are doing something.
The Potomac Conference Alexandria Spanish and Fredericksburg congregations in Virginia are currently connected to 18 Virginia Department of Corrections prisons, offering what possibly no other Adventist church in the world does—video conferencing to unite inmates with their loved ones.
Representatives from the Montgomery County Council of Maryland honored Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington (ACSGW) last week for their 35 years of ministry to the community.
En la Iglesia Adventista del Séptimo Día, los capellanes son ministros con credenciales emitidas por la iglesia, a quienes se les concede respaldo eclesiástico para servir en ministerios especializados en escuelas, cárceles, centros de salud, el ejército, lugares de trabajo y en la comunidad.
In the Seventh-day Adventist Church, chaplains are ministers with conference-issued credentials who are granted ecclesiastical endorsement to serve in specialized ministries on school campuses, in corrections and healthcare facilities, the military, the workplace and community.
Did you know that Asia has replaced Latin America (including Mexico) as the biggest source of new immigrants to the U.S.? This and nine other trends highlighted by the Pew Research Center are shaping the demographics of the U.S.
The Ohio Conference recently celebrated an open house at their new headquarters in Dayton, Ohio.
As part of the Pennsylvania Conference Blue Mountain Academy's agriculture program, the school recently opened a produce stand in a renovated room at the Reading St. Joseph’s Hospital (Pa.).
Jesus often used metaphors, similes and parables to convey the truth about the kingdom of God. He intentionally structured His message so that individuals who desired truth could hear and understand.
It's been a big year for Washington Adventist University graduate Jidong Zhong.