Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
Evangelism is Alive and Well
Editorial by William McClendon
A Campaign of Hope
Three conferences erase territory lines and prove that teamwork really does produce the best results: hundreds of new members dedicated to Christ
Story by Beth Michaels
As the Country Faces Racial and Police Tensions, How can Adventists Make a Difference?
Story by Mark Tyler/ Cover photo by Chip Dizárd
La Pacific Press Publishing Association (Idaho) envío un millón de copias de la revista El Centinela para distribución en la División Norteamericana (DNA), como parte del plan de Un Millón.
By Karen Pearson
Heading to the GC Session this summer? Make sure to visit the Columbia Union booth (C1658) and check out these events and make sure to tweet about them using #ColumbiaUnion and #GCSA15.
The Ellen G. White Estate has developed a new game and Pathfinder Honor called Pitcairn to help young people learn more about White’s life.
Story by Dawna-gene Milton
Navigating the Road to Women’s Ordination Compiled by Celeste Ryan Blyden San Antonio is the next stop on the road to ordination. To help those trying to navigate the discussions, understand the issues and prayerfully determine the best way forward, we’ve published a plethora of materials online.
Read and share these articles from the Ma
Should the Seventh-day Adventist Church allow divisions to choose if women should be ordained in their territories?