Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Columbia Union News
On January 1, longtime pastor and evangelist José Espósito Forciniti will begin serving as the assistant to the president for evangelism at the Columbia Union Conference.
“Why is evangelism important? Because sharing Jesus is the biggest joy of being a Christian,” says Espósito
Cultivating a life of praise means that, regardless of our circumstances, we recognize that God is good, He is with us every step of the way, and we can trust Him through our trials. It means praising God in everything and waiting in hope for Christ’s triumphant return. We have a couple ways to do this in 2022.
Last Sabbath, December 11, Emmanuel Asiedu, Columbia Union Conference treasurer, was recognized for his ministry through ordination at his home church, Chesapeake Conference’s Washington Ghanaian church in Columbia, Md.
The 2022 Columbia Union Calendar, themed “Cultivate a Life of Praise,” features Bible verses that honor God and highlight the beauty of His creation.
Lors de sa dernière réunion de 2021, le Comité Exécutif de l’Union a nommé Celeste Ryan Blyden au poste de Secrétaire Exécutif
During the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee meeting, held on November 11, members voted to elect Celeste Ryan Blyden as the next executive secretary.
On November 11, members of the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee voted to promote four Columbia Union employees to new roles: two in the Information Technology (IT) Services Department and two in the Communication Department.
Columbia Union Conference President, Dave Weigley, shared the following report about evangelism happening all around the union.
“Una de las cosas más importantes que hacemos en la unión es ayudar a promover la evangelización”, dijo Dave Weigley, presidente de la unión, en la reciente reunión del Comité Ejecutivo de la Unión de Columbia
More than 365 church members, pastors, students and leaders answered this question in the Words of Life daily devotional book—one component of the 2021 Year of the Bible initiative. Authored by Columbia Union Conference members, writers poured out their hearts on paper, describing how God’s Word has impacted their lives.