Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- January 2022
An informational release through the Communication Department of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
There are days when only only words of prayer that fit are 'God, You are Good.'
Faculty members welcome these two families as they enhance Highland View Academy's mission to educate HVA students for eternity.
Michelle Collier, has been with Good Neighbor House for the past five years. She was hired as the chief operating officer but took on more and more responsibility as the 28-year old operation acquired more programs to help serve the Miami Valley and beyond.
In an effort to go “beyond the walls”—the conference’s new initiative—administrators recently met with Staunton, Va., city officials. “[Our] office has been in the community over the past 50 years, but many people don’t know who we are or what we do,” explains Charles A. Tapp, president.
In 2021, Adventist HealthCare’s The Lourie Center for Children’s Social & Emotional Health was awarded a five-year, $2 million dollar grant to implement Family Attachment-focused Services, Treatment, & Training (FASTT) in Montgomery and Prince George’s County.
The New Jersey Conference (NJC) recently inaugurated its first ever nature center on the grounds of Tranquility Camp in Andover. After the idea of opening a nature center was proposed, it became a reality in less than two months.
Randy Fishell, former and interim editor of Guide magazine, recently wrote and illustrated Tucker Digs In. In the fictional story, middle schooler Tucker Barnes and his friends set out on an adventure to find buried treasure and gain the unexpected discovery of how prayer works.
God is on the move in Pennsylvania. When COVID-19 impacted the “120 in 2020” plan to hold 120 evangelistic meetings during 2020, the evangelism team simply moved those scheduled meetings to 2021.
At a recent schoolwide chapel, Principal Don Short announced that the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program (NMSP) named senior Hania Kantzer a Commended Student, presenting her with a Letter of Commendation from Shenandoah Valley Academy and NMSP.