Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- March 2023
The Biblical Perspectives series seeks to bring online audiences into a conversation on timely, relevant topics between a local church pastor (Pastor Chad Stuart) and a highly-educated theologian (Dr. Frank M. Hasel).
Easter is one of the times community members are most likely to attend or visit a new church. But many Seventh-day Adventists are hesitant to host an event associated with this holiday.
One tradition Shenandoah Valley Academy students look forward to—for more than 20 years now—is the handbell RingFest held in Toledo, Ohio.
Chesapeake Conference's Spencerville Adventist Academy (SAA) recently held its second annual Career Day for the entire student body, grades pre-K to 12.
Recognizing the need for an infusion of new energy and vision into dying churches, the Potomac Conference recently transitioned Paul Graham to serve as assistant to the vice president for Pastoral Ministries for Revitalization.
More than 50 churches took part in recent evangelistic meetings held throughout the Chesapeake Conference. The coordinated meetings resulted from efforts organized by the conference’s Evangelism and Hispanic Ministries departments.
Rena Mae Walker was born October 16, 1922, in Nashville, Tenn., when a gallon of gas was 25 cents, and a postal stamp was two cents. Walker studied at the Carter-Lawrence Elementary School and Pearl High School in Nashville.
The Memorial Service for Dr. William G. Johnsson, scholar, professor, writer, advocate, and former editor of the Adventist Review, will be held on March 25.
Recently, three alumni of Pine Forge Academy (PFA): Donna Franklin (’66), Beverly Vaughn (’67) and Rocky Twyman (’66), were honored as part of La Sierra University’s (LSU) 100 outstanding graduates during its Gala Centennial Celebration.
The Ohio Conference office team bids farewell to Edward and Mariya Marton and Kasper Haughton Jr., and welcomes Joseph Ottinger.