Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
Thirty churches around the Columbia Union Conference recently received portable baptistries.
Bruce Perry, a psychiatrist and neuroscientist, recommends the non-traditional “3 Rs” method to help children—especially those who are highly sensitive or neurodiverse—learn, think and reflect during difficult situations.
"I'm bored!" If you're a parent and it's the Sabbath, you've probably heard your kids say these words before. But Sabbath doesn't have to be dull and dry. There are many fun activities you and your family can do together.
In the May/June 2023 feature, four families describe what it’s like to raise children in less-than-ideal circumstances, how to fight against passive parenting, and what parents can do to help their kids define their faith.
Our winter baby was born in January on the coldest day of the year. She was 7 pounds, 11 ounces and 21 inches long. She had 10 fingers, 10 toes and thankfully only one nose. Her hair was soft and curly, and her skin against ours was tender and moist. And when she looked at us—her eyes wide with wonder—we melted.
As summer camp season draws closer, many camp administrators are having a hard time recruiting staff for their ministries. "It has been much more difficult this year to find students/staff," say Ray Queen and Julie Minnick, director and associate director, respectively, at Potomac Conference's Camp Blue Ridge in Montebello, Va.
Last week, Columbia Union Conference hosted its first Evangelism Directors' meeting, held at the union headquarters in Columbia, Md. Representatives from each of the union's eight conferences attended and shared highlights on how God is working in their territories.
Did you know that the Pacific Press Publishing Association offers more than a dozen White Estate-approved editions of The Great Controversy?
Christian Record Services (CRS) has received $597,000 from the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists to increase its braille production capacity.
Toda iglesia es vulnerable al fuego, sin importar el tamaño o la ubicación de la congregación.