Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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- March 2023
Although we have never been to heaven, 1 Peter 2:11 tells us that we are strangers here on earth. So it only seems natural to call heaven our home.
Toda iglesia es vulnerable al fuego, sin importar el tamaño o la ubicación de la congregación.
Earlier today, the executive session of the Andrews University Board of Trustees elected John Wesley Taylor V to serve as the seventh president of Andrews University (and 25th president overall since Andrews University first began as Battle Creek College).
The high school entrepreneurship class at Spring Valley Academy explores and covers a world of topics, including intro to business, marketing, selling and creating a business plan, along with activities to reinforce concepts such as creating products from creation to distribution.
In late December 2022, while most people were preparing recipes for Christmas, staff at Camp Blue Ridge in Montebello, Va., were busy putting out a fire and thawing frozen pipes. The cold that embraced most of the country also affected the camp.
A través de toda la Columbia Union Conference, las iglesias y los miembros continúan poniendo un énfasis especial en la evangelización.
¿Qué separa a los que luchan financieramente de los que tienen éxito? En una encuesta del 2022 de adventistas con ingresos comparables, Dave Gemmell, director asociado recientemente jubilado de la North American Division y autor del artículo de esta edición, descubrió que quienes gozan de buena salud financiera comparten seis factores comune
Last winter, Adventist HealthCare celebrated the inaugural ordinations of its hospital chaplaincy program.
Churches and members around the union continue to place special emphasis on evangelism in their churches across the Columbia Union Conference.
The Bible has more than 2,300 verses on finances. We've listed just a few.