Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- March 2021
I have a young friend who has been in jail for 15 years. God cares for him and grants second chances.
My approach to life is found in Matthew 6:25–34. I learned this, not by choice, but by circumstance.
In this time of unprecedented uncertainty, where else can we find our help and strength but in God?
God is so good. He can bring something good out of the very worst, most tragic moments in our lives.
At times like these, let’s remind ourselves that feelings will bounce around like a ping-pong ball, but God’s Word, love and care for us are consistent and do not waver.
Four of us formed a small prayer group. We met after class to pray together, and sometimes arrived early to pray for our classmates. The results of our prayers revolutionized my ministry.
This year, 39 teams from across the Columbia Union Conference participated in the union-level Pathfinder Bible Experience (PBE), held online for the second year in a row.
Last year, the Central Crusaders Pathfinder Club of Columbus, Ohio, decided to help an international family with a donation of an animal through the World Vision gift catalog.
Emotions ran high and spots filled up fast as Kettering Adventist HealthCare opened clinics for the community to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
God’s powerful spirit brings this verse to my mind at times when I am tempted to say an unkind word, express frustration or behave impulsively to defend myself.