Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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- May 2021
Lisa Saveikis Burrow, who most recently served as the assistant to the general counsel at the Columbia Union, will replace Walter Carson, who is retiring at the end of May.
The more we live, the more we understand that things are not black and white—that life is complex and messy most of the time. When it comes to faith, categorizing to avoid confusion and ambiguity seems paramount.
On May 22, delegates to the Columbia Union Conference 28th Quinquennial Constituency Meeting re-elected President Dave Weigley, Executive Secretary Rick Remmers and Treasurer Emmanuel Asiedu for the 2021–2026 term.
Dave Weigley, Columbia Union Conference president, shares the President's Report at the union's 28th Constituency Meeting.
John 16:33 is the verse that I have held on to. My grandpa’s passing was just one of the many trials I’ll face in life.
Agenda for the Columbia Union Conference 28th Constituency Meeting
These verses make me think of myself standing on a large stage with the whole world watching me. Everything I say has an impact and a meaning to every person, young and old. Because of this, I must choose my words wisely and point others to Christ.
Mountain View Conference's Parkersburg Academy offers an out of the box educational experience.
Several years ago, Lay Pastor Juliana Marson felt compelled to start a church plant in Lakewood, New Jersey. The church planted has now become an official church, complete with a caring church family.
Every summer, for the first 8 years of my life, our family drove from our home in the metro-Detroit area down to our family farm in Boone, N.C. While our summer trips to Boone continued, I dreaded them. It seemed as if Grandma Annie detested me, and my heart began to grow cold.