Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- September 2019
Dan Cochran has more than 40 years of experience in healthcare. He joined Shady Grove in April 2011 after serving as Vice President of Finance at Reading Hospital and Medical Center in Pennsylvania.
Pastor Kleyton Feitosa has always been a planner, mapping out life seven to 10 years in advance. Until cancer hit. And hit again. And again.
In his recently published Discipleship Guide: Bible Principles for Growing Disciples, Peeler describes how he went from being a member to disciple, and shares principles to help readers do the same.
This fictional story about 12-year-old Anna and her family of undocumented workers highlights the challenges immigrants face and must make.
My Home, a recent album of original music and hymns arranged in a Bossa Nova style, is the result of three years of work by Felipe Paccagnella.
A familiar biblical imperative is clear about the significance of forgiveness: “But if ye forgive not men their trespass es, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses,” (Matt.6:15).
This year Christian Record Services, Inc., (CRS) celebrates 120 years of ministry to the blind. “With the Lord’s guidance, it is the members, donors, volunteers and employees who have made Christian Record impactful all of these years,” says Diane Thurber, president.
It is often said that the youth are the future of our church. I respectfully, yet passionately, disagree. I believe that the youth are the passion and energy of our church right now.
From its humble beginnings leasing a small space to a church boasting members representing all regions of the African continent, the Columbus All Nations church (CANSDA) stands as a testament to God’s ability to multiply their efforts. Dedicated on September 19, 2009, CANSDA will host a monthlong thanksgiving celebration this year to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the church.
As visitors looked up, they saw large red letters spelling LIBRES (freedom). Near the letters were kites. “After all, what can express the feeling of freedom better than happy kids flying kites?” says Wanda Lugo. The kites told the story of Israel’s freedom from slavery in Egypt to nearly 400 festival visitors, including 175 children, at the First Hispanic church of Columbus in Westerville.