Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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- December 2021
From all accounts earlier in the week, the church service promised to be a real blessing. My husband and sons were ready to go, and all I needed was my pocketbook. A quick look inside revealed that my wallet was not in its usual place. I tried not to panic and began to search all the likely places I might have left it.
I found myself at Psalms 118 and read it once, twice, three times; first in my head, and then aloud. The words were everything I needed at that moment. The psalm promised that God is there in my moments of distress, that He hears me when I feel overwhelmed and helpless and that He is my strength.
The WGTS 91.9 staff invites you to watch their latest Words of Hope video with assistant producer and on-air host Claude Jennings on the golf course.
On Sabbath, September 11, 2021—the 20th anniversary of 9/11—volunteers from Potomac Conference's Takoma Park (Md.) church led an effort to extend help to a neighbor in need.
Donald and Amber West, members of Mountain View Conference's Point Pleasant (W.Va.) church, share how God brought them together and how He called them to come home.
Why do we need peace? Better yet, why do we need God’s peace, and how is God’s peace better than the world’s? God gives us a kind of peace that the world cannot give. A kind of peace that takes away fear. One that is stronger than the world itself.
I have a bad habit of getting lost. I’ve been lost in grocery stores, malls, parks and even at church. Luke 19:10 reminds me that Jesus loves us so much that He came to save us. And when we get into trouble or when we are lost, He rescues us. He is the real Superman!