Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- September 2021
More than 50 years after the Civil Rights Movement, race relations are still tenuous in parts of our society. What is the role of Adventists in helping bridge and heal the divide? And why is it crucial that we keep talking ... and listening?
I have a reminder on my phone with this verse, and I contemplate and pray it every morning. Being reminded daily that He affectionately cares and closely watches over me helps me grasp that there is nothing that gets past His loving attention.
Mountain View Conference leaders believe that everyone needs to be involved in sharing Jesus with others.
By Cassie Matchim Hernandez
With a majority of churches throughout the Columbia Union Conference holding in-person services, many are hosting fall evangelism efforts.
En febrero, mi familia y yo experimentamos una de las peores tormentas de nieve de los últimos años.
I sometimes wonder about all the young prodigal sons and daughters of God who are wandering and lost in the world, just waiting to be found.
The faith that strengthened Habakkuk is the same faith that strengthens and sustains God’s people today.
When I read this verse, it reminds me that we can come to Jesus just as we are. There is no need to pretend like we have life all figured out or that we don’t have problems.
From age 7, this was my favorite Bible verse, never knowing how it would carry me through the darkest period of my life, when a trusted friend and colleague tried to destroy me as a pastor with false allegations.