Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- July 2022
After a three-year hiatus, Shenandoah Valley Academy’s (SVA) choir and orchestra hit the road for a tour of the Midwest during the 2021–22 academic year.
Shirley Rowley started working for the church in 1997 as an administrative secretary in the Health Ministries Department at the General Conference
Kettering Health in Ohio has been selected as the official health care provider of the Cincinnati Bengals.
Some Christians depend on their own resources and energy to protect themselves instead of trusting in God. But His Word tells us what to do when we are facing a storm.
The Chesapeake Conference recently launched Proclaim, a new training initiative for pastors and lay leaders desiring to become more effective evangelists.
Members from the New Hope church (NHC) in Tappahannock, Va., recently partnered with area churches to serve their community. Activities included sewing bibs for a local nursing home, building ramps for older individuals, distributing prayer shawls and Bibles to others and delivering food to homes.
God’s timing. Your prayers. Your gifts of support. The vision of many for more than 20 years.
We are so amazed and thankful 12 months later as we remember how God brought everything together allowing WGTS to be heard throughout the Eastern Shore on WGBZ 88.3.
More than 300 youth recently gathered for a weekend of worship and participation at Ohio Conference’s Pathfinder Fair at Camp Mohaven in Danville.
On Sabbath morning, July 23, 2022, Daniel R. Jackson, former president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America, passed to his rest after several months of battling cancer. He was 73.
Several churches in Allegheny East Conference’s Bay Area, including congregations in Delaware, Maryland and South Jersey, recently hosted a joint virtual evangelistic series titled, “Living with Hope Bible Conference,” resulting in 13 baptisms.