Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
Read articles from the November/December 2021 Visitor here.
String several words together—it’s a boy, you’re a liar, thank you, don’t talk to me—and friendships can end, new ones begin or cast- aways believe again. Words make a difference, and they can bring life or death.
Want to meet authors from our Words of Life devotional book? Join us for Visitor News Live, Friday, November 12, at 7:30 p.m., on Facebook and YouTube to hear testimonies from authors and readers about their Year of the Bible experience.
Weave more Scripture into your life and memory by trying these ideas.
The location became a monument for how God had blessed His people. Whenever they would see the Ebenezer stone, their focus was not on the battle they had won but on how God had won the battle for them.
When I was in the seventh grade, my homeroom teacher would often quote Numbers 32:23 to us. It was his way of reminding us that the things we did in secret would eventually be brought to light. It wasn’t until the following year that I realized this to be true.
Do I know how to trust? I’ve asked myself this more times in the last several years than ever before.
Awhile back, my family went to the circus. I purchased tickets that put us right up front. As the show progressed, there was a knife-throwing clown act. Seeking volunteers from the audience, I was chosen to participate in this extravaganza.
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.
Carol (Lindsey) Wright, quien sirvió durante 39 años en la Iglesia Adventista del Séptimo Día, falleció el jueves 9 de septiembre del 2021, después de una batalla prolongada contra la demencia y la enfermedad de Parkinson.