Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- August 2022
¿Están vinculados el cáncer de próstata y los lácteos?
El personal del Campamento Mohaven solo tuvo unos minutos para reaccionar cuando los tornados arrasaron recientemente la propiedad en Danville, Ohio.
Adjoa Smalls-Mantey, M.D., a member of Allegheny East Conference’s Metropolitan church in Hyattsville, Md., recently co-authored Anjali the Brave: All About Vaccines.
The Visitor team recently interviewed Columbia Union Conference President Dave Weigley to get his take on the union’s newly voted priorities and values for this quinquennium, the challenges our church is facing today, and our role when it comes to social issues.
If you say we are living in perilous and challenging times, times that try men’s souls, we agree. If you say we are living in the best and worst of times, we also agree. If you say we are living in the very last days of earth’s history, we most certainly agree.
Margaret Brown is Allegheny East Conference’s (AEC) longest serving Women’s Ministries area leader. Brown, a member of the Berea church in Baltimore, has been a local church leader in the Baltimore area since the inception of Women’s Ministries in the AEC more than 30 years ago.
Drill and drum corps competitions have long been a staple of Pathfinder camporees. This tradition continued at the ‘Relentless’ Columbia Union Camporee this August.
Much of Mountain View Conference's West Virginia territory still waits to be reached with the Seventh-day Adventist message. Moorefield, a small town boasting a population of 3,000 with 500 Hispanics is one such place.
In a world of constant change, teachers in the Pennsylvania Conference have demonstrated that God’s love is consistent.
Did you know that the church manual says evangelism should always be on the church board agenda—and that it should always be first?