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- March 2021
One day, I heard this memory verse and it brought me such comfort. It tells me that I do not need to feel afraid, that He is always with me.
I have committed many mistakes in my life due to me moving ahead of the Lord. In fact, to me it seems like He is the one sometimes slowing me down. Oh, but if I, at times, would have just waited for God’s leading, how things would have turned out differently.
One of the new class additions to Chesapeake Conference's Highland View Academy curriculum this school year is in the area of astronomy.
In silence for almost three weeks, he contemplated his decision. Roy Dunlap serves as a deacon at the Restoration Praise Center in Bowie, Md., and is the director of Environmental Services at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C.
This past January, the Hispanic churches of Ohio joined the Ohio Conference Presidents’ Bible Challenge to read the entire Bible in 31 days, using their own Spanish-language challenge: “Sanctified by His Word!”
Sacrificio. Es una palabra pasada de moda y, a veces, se convierte en un concepto anticuado. Nuestro mundo moderno nos bombardea con formas de gastar nuestro tiempo y dinero en nosotros mismos.
Sacrifice. It’s an old-fashioned word, and sometimes it becomes an old-fashioned concept. Our modern world bombards us with ways to spend our time and money on ourselves.
The COVID-19 monoclonal antibody treatment, Bamlanivimab, is being used for qualified patients at Kettering Adventist HealthCare.
Watch the Results of the 2021 Union-Level Pathfinder Bible Experience, March 21 HERE.
During the event, several professors from the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University (Mich.) shared presentations on the various perceptions of racism in North America and in the Bible.