Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
The Lord commands us to arise from the spiritual slumber and lukewarmness and to shine the light in our church community, neighborhoods and families.
Kettering Health Miamisburg, Kettering Behavioral Medical Center, and Kettering Health Franklin recently helped package and provide shoes to deliver to elementary school children in Franklin, Ohio.
Students from Chesapeake Conference's Atholton Adventist Academy recently participated in “Go Green With ADRA” to commemorate National Arbor Day.
At the Washington Adventist University 2023 Commencement Ceremony, Ken Flemmer, executive director of Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington, was honored with the Gateway to Service Award.
This year's Mountain View Conference Camp Meeting, June 16–24, held at Valley Vista Adventist Center in Huttonsville, W.Va., will include speakers Kurt Johnson, Bible School director for the Voice of Prophecy, and John Bradshaw, president of It Is Written.
Divorced couples and blended families face an increased number of potential pitfalls. Therapy offers some tools to help families have a higher chance of succeeding.
To honor our mothers and fathers in May and June, respectively, contributors Thomas and Hannah Luttrell interviewed two students from Chesapeake Conference’s Spencerville Adventist Academy.
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.