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- Columbia Union News
More than 15,600 Bibles and more than 100,000 Steps to Christ arrived at Columbia Union Conference headquarters in Columbia, Md., on Thursday.
In less than two months, Pathfinders from across the Columbia Union Conference will gather at Summit Bechtel Reserve (SBR) in Glen Jean, W.Va., for the 'Relentless' Columbia Union Camporee.
Who are the 2022 Caring Heart Award winners from the Columbia Union Conference?
When I was in the classroom, one of my favorite verses for morning devotion was Proverbs 3:6–7: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will direct your paths” (NJKV). These verses reminded us that when we trust in God, we will be blessed by His direction. I’m still comforted by that reminder, especially as our Columbia Union Conference schools contend with the COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences.
The Columbia Union Conference Office of Education recently announced the recipients of the 2022 Outstanding Educator Awards.
Twenty-one delegates will represent the Columbia Union at the upcoming General Conference session in St. Louis.
The Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee members met today, receiving reports from leaders throughout the territory. The group also set the values that will guide the committee and union through the remainder of the quinquennium.
At their quarterly meeting today, Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee members voted to adopt guiding values for the remainder of the quinquennium. Committee members also received reports of mission from around the territory—including one of Kettering Health's new ventures.
In a series of caravan meetings, members from 17 churches around the Chesapeake Conference gathered to encourage attendees to win souls for Jesus, plant multicultural churches and start small groups.
Because Christian education continues to be a priority and the fact that Christian education transform lives by growth in wisdom, physical development, and the personal relationship with God and humanity, Washington Adventist University is offering to all Seventh-day Adventist members of the Columbia Union a flat tuition rate of $12K per year.