Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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In January 2020, the leadership team at the Bell Branch church in Gambrills, Md., prayed that God would bring five new people into their church. Then COVID-19 hit.
Spencerville Adventist Academy (SAA) recently earned the National Certificate for STEM Excellence (NCSE), a Campus Certification from the National Institute for STEM Education (NISE). SAA is one of only 56 schools in the nation to have earned this national certificate.
I was wrestling with a difficult decision. I knew what I wanted to do, but I had no peace. As I was lying in bed weeping over my decision, a friend called me up and said, “Janesta, I was having my devotions, and God told me I should call you.”
Following Highland View Academy’s mission to excel in all Christ asks, three alumni share their perspective on working as COVID-19 frontliners.
Chesapeake Conference's New Hope church in Fulton, Md., recently redesigned the children's Sabbath School hallway to resemble an entire town.
Many dedicated Seventh-day Adventists at Highland View Academy had the foresight to build a place where generations of young people could obtain an Adventist Christian education.
The faith that strengthened Habakkuk is the same faith that strengthens and sustains God’s people today.
Cesar Gonzalez, pastor of the Beacon of Light church in Salisbury, Md., wanted to learn how his church could more meaningfully minister to the community, so he decided to take a simple step: He sent an email.
The community of Chesapeake Conference's Spencerville Adventist Academy welcomes three new faces to the 2021–22 school year.
Often, we believe that whenever we call on God for help, He will do it our way. But that isn’t what the verse says. It says “all things work together for good.” Not our plan. Not anyone else’s plan. God’s plan.