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- Columbia Union News
The online meeting “helped me to know that we are not alone in this. We aren't ‘crazy’ to feel the things we do. Although we are Christians, we are also human and get worried at times," said Anissa Pérez, a Seventh-day Adventist in the Washington, D.C., area.
“Historically, it is in crisis when the church has the most significant opportunity to live out its full mission of being the hands and feet of Jesus,” wrote Chad Stuart, senior pastor of Chesapeake Conference’s Spencerville church in Silver Spring, Md.
Nos enfrentamos a un momento sin precedentes, y aunque no somos inmunes al impacto del Coronavirus, sabemos que servimos a un Dios todopoderoso que ve, se preocupa y quién es una ayuda siempre presente en tiempos de problemas.
Wanting to cut down participants risk of being exposed to the coronavirus (COVID-19), organizers of the Columbia Union Conference level Pathfinder Bible Experience (PBE) decided to postpone the event originally planned for March 21 until further notice.
Qu'est-ce que la Bible signifie pour vous et comment cela affecte-t-il votre vie ? Pour les Adventistes du Septième Jour, la Bible - la Sainte Parole de Dieu - est fondamentale, primordiale et reste notre seul credo. La Bible est la lettre de Dieu à l'humanité. Elle raconte son histoire et révèle son grand plan de salut.
“We believe in sharing God’s blessings with our entities,” said Columbia Union Conference Treasurer Emmanuel Asiedu. “[We] want to give $550,000 back to our entities to support the mission. [We’re] giving the money now so we can share the blessings now.”
Leaders across the Columbia Union Conference are taking preemptive measures and creating necessary plans as the Coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads through the United States.
Though Kosly Joseph may not have seen his future as a pastor, multiple people questioned if he had considered the ministry or if he was a pastor before becoming one..
To highlight the important role that the Bible plays in our faith and daily life, the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee has voted 2021 as the “Year of the Bible.”
Last weekend at Washington Adventist University’s MusicFest 2020, the school’s Music Department awarded $154,000 in scholarships to event attendees.