Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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- February 2022
With the newly renovated Dorcas building, the Community Services Department at Allegheny East Conference's Calvary church in Newport News, Va., recently reinstituted their community grocery giveaway.
The Bible offers several examples of how creativity is an integral part of worship. From creation itself, with its abundance of visual beauty, to Solomon’s exquisite temple, it is clear God loves and appreciates art and has gifted many with the eye and skills for it. Meet five individuals in the Columbia Union Conference who use their talents to honor and glorify God.
When Adventism took root in Washington, D.C., in the late 1800s, the capital city had the largest concentration of blacks of any American city. Howard University, outstanding public high schools, and federal government jobs made Washington a place of opportunity and high achievement for black Americans.
Every other Friday, students at Blue Mountain Academy (BMA) have Bible Lab—a day when students take what they’ve learned in Bible class and live it out.
Los signos del regreso de Jesús se multiplican por todas partes. Hagamos que las palabras de Jesús sean una realidad en nuestras vidas al comienzo de este año para que podamos compartir la esperanza de Jesús con otros.
The signs of Jesus’ return are multiplying everywhere. Let’s make the words of Jesus a reality in our lives at the beginning of this year so that we may share the hope of Jesus with others.
Ohio Conference's Clifton church has been focusing on younger generations this year.
In partnership with the Waldwick Adventist School (N.J.) and the Vine Haven Adventist School (N.J.), Lake Nelson Adventist Academy in Piscataway, N.J., recently had a very special and unique leadership training.
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Archive of 2021 Visitor Magazines
While at their previous location, the Grace Community church in Cleveland desired to expand their ministry reach by looking for more impactful ways to serve their community.