Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
The Bible offers several examples of how creativity is an integral part of worship. From creation itself, with its abundance of visual beauty, to Solomon’s exquisite temple, it is clear God loves and appreciates art and has gifted many with the eye and skills for it. Meet five individuals in the Columbia Union Conference who use their talents to honor and glorify God.
Emmanuel Asiedu, tesorero de la Unión de Columbia, fue reconocido recientemente por su ministerio a través de la ordenación en su iglesia local, la Iglesia Ghanesa de Washington de la Conferencia de Chesapeake en Columbia, Maryland.
En enero, el pastor y evangelista de toda la vida José Daniel Espósito Forciniti comenzó a servir como asistente del presidente para evangelismo en la Unión de Columbia.
Randy Fishell, former and interim editor of Guide magazine, recently wrote and illustrated Tucker Digs In. In the fictional story, middle schooler Tucker Barnes and his friends set out on an adventure to find buried treasure and gain the unexpected discovery of how prayer works.
Des calendriers supplémentaires de l’Union de Conférences de Columbia pour 2022 sont encore disponibles.
En décembre, le nouveau site web de Columbia Union Revolving Fund (CURF), columbiaunionrevolvingfund.org, a été mis en ligne
“If we’re going to give ourselves over to the service of God, then we best position ourselves to do so by caring for our bodies,” said C. J. Cousins, associate pastor of Potomac Conference’s Vienna (Va.) church, speaking on spiritual health.
It’s hard to believe we are still living through a pandemic. Despite all human effort, this virus is relentless and unwilling to relinquish its global grip and march of pain.
The first clue that something wasn’t quite right in my brain happened one Saturday night when I was in third grade. While my family was downstairs watching TV, I was in agony trying to read a few pages of a book, Nyla and the White Crocodile. My third-grade teacher had made it clear that reporting honestly about my reading was essential. If I cheated on my report— even if nobody else knew—God would know!
Former Guide magazine editor and current member of Chesapeake Conference’s Willow Brook church in Boonsboro, Md., shares his personal struggle with anxiety disorders and provides hope for those dealing with mental illness in the January/February 2022 issue of the Visitor.