Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- February 2022
After more than 20 years of serving at the headquarters of the Columbia Union Conference in Columbia, Md., Harold and Christine Greene are retiring March 1.
Read (and download) the March/April 2022 Columbia Union Visitor here.
ADRA calls for peace for the people of Ukraine and mobilizes relief for millions impacted by the war
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) calls for peace and the protection of the millions of people impacted by the crisis in Ukraine. Join us in prayer for the safety and wellbeing of tens of thousands of children and families who are in harm’s way, are and will be displaced, and need food, shelter, and essential supplies.
Pine Forge Academy has a special historical heritage. The school is nestled in a rustic valley that holds some of America's most intriguing colonial history and this country's most poignant folklore.
In November, First Lady Fran DeWine visited Soin Medical Center and Kettering Health Greene Memorial to show her appreciation for our commitment to the community.
It's hard to believe I’ve been designing the Columbia Union Visitor for 22 years. By my calculation, I’ve been privileged to create and shape 301 issues of this magazine.
“When God’s people pray earnestly, sincerely, individually, and collectively, God will answer. Great things will happen in and among God’s people. And the world will feel the impact as the Holy Spirit comes to equip and empower His people. ... We have come to serious times. Events in our world call upon every follower of Christ to be totally in earnest in our relationship with God. ... We must learn the power of prayer” (Ellen G. White, Prayer, p. 3).
Una enmienda constitucional aprobada recientemente ahora permite sesiones virtuales de la Conferencia General en el futuro, según sea necesario.
Todavía están disponibles los calendarios de la Unión de Columbia del 2022.