Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- February 2022
Spencerville Adventist Academy (SAA) students and staff recently partnered with Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington (ACSGW) to organize and pack 50 boxes of food in preparation for distribution. There has been an increase of people in need, including a number of recent refugee families from Afghanistan.
This week, Dawn Thompson started working at the Columbia Union Conference headquarters in Columbia, Md.
Throughout February, the Visitor staff will share historic articles and ads relating to black history in the Columbia Union. This week we found articles about the early years of Message Magazine and the creation of regional conferences.
Thirteen ambitious students enrolled in this year’s engineering class at Takoma Academy (TA).
The Pennsylvania Conference recently welcomed Johnathan Ryan to serve as the new coordinator for the Publishing Department.
Watch WGTS 91.9's latest Words of Hope video with Rob Conway, research and music director.
It was the summer of 2020. The pandemic was raging in full force. Chelsea Calhoun, principal and head teacher of the Dover First Christian School (DFCS) in Delaware, worked with the school board to develop safety protocols for a planned return to in-person learning in the fall.
Kettering College is offering a new, Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (A-BSN) track beginning in Fall 2022 that allows students to complete their degree in four semesters. The full-time, 15-month track is ideal for college graduates seeking a career change.
The term “Be still!” is sometimes spoken with frustrated urgency to a child being too active or noisy. But recently I learned that when the verse was first written, the phrase meant “to let go or release.”
During the Fall 2021 semester, WAU signed a memorandum of understanding with the University of Baltimore School of Law to develop a dual-enrollment program.