Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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Senior Helmi Calles recently received the 2021 Susan Berry Leadership award at RingFest, held in Toledo, Ohio. The award recognizes one bell choir student each year in the North American Division who “demonstrates outstanding leadership in the art of handbells.”
Every other Friday, students at Blue Mountain Academy (BMA) have Bible Lab—a day when students take what they’ve learned in Bible class and live it out.
What is something in your life that you are afraid of? What can you do to remind yourself that God is the One in control?
God made every single person different on purpose. Because of how I was uniquely made, I saw that there were people that only I could reach—my friends, classmates, co-workers and family. It’s the same for you.
This verse has impacted me greatly because it reminds me that I am not alone. Whatever it is that you are going through in life, God will always be by your side. If it’s school, friends, future decisions or anything else, God will help you prosper.
Representatives from Conewago Construction, Tilden Township, Blue Mountain Academy (BMA) and the Columbia Union Conference recently joined Pennsylvania Conference members and staff for the groundbreaking ceremony of the new conference office—the Mission and Evangelism Headquarters.
If someone you know is going through something difficult and is lonely or sad, share this verse with them because it can change a person’s heart— like mine.
I clung to this Bible verse during one of the most difficult times in my life. It says that we shouldn’t worry about things, but to pray to God, and He will guide and protect us.
God used this text to show me that when I am at my weakest point, God’s strength will shine brighter than ever before.
Junior Matheus Gaulia shares what God has been doing in his life on the campus of Blue Mountain Academy (BMA).