Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
On May 22 and 23, delegates, representing their local churches, the Columbia Union staff, Washington Adventist University, Kettering Adventist Health Network and Adventist HealthCare, will gather virtually for Columbia Union Conference’s 28th quinquennial constituency meeting.
Earlier this year, Rick Remmers joined our executive officer team as executive secretary. In this role, he serves as the union’s official record keeper of minutes and archives.
It’s hard to believe that we’ve been living through a global pandemic for more than a year. Our hearts ache for the many lives lost and families impacted. Sadly, our world continues to witness the scourge of wars, terrorism, racial strife, economic stress and extreme weather.
At one point a vegan, she now eats more plant-based meals. “Being vegetarian or vegan doesn’t mean that we are healthy! We can be junk food vegetarians and vegans!” says Keiva Dennis.
Naturalist John Henri Rorabeck shares how to experience the sights, sounds and smells of nature to improve health and connect with God.
The weather is getting warmer—making it the perfect time to get out there and enjoy nature! We’ve compiled a list of great Sabbath walking/hiking spots around the Columbia Union.
Through the podcast episodes, Matthew White’s goal is to reach as many people around the world as possible with stories, facts and fun activities about nature and science—from a Christian perspective.
Sacrifice. It’s an old-fashioned word, and sometimes it becomes an old-fashioned concept. Our modern world bombards us with ways to spend our time and money on ourselves.
In this issue we delve into why caring for the earth still matters (and give some ideas for you to help!)
Le Comité Exécutif de la Fédération de Chesapeake a récemment élu Jerry Lutz président de la Fédération de Chesapeake lors d'une réunion spéciale présidée par Dave Weigley, président de l’Union.