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The high schoolers at Chesapeake Conference's Spencerville Adventist Academy recently attended a spiritual retreat, providing time for students and faculty to build a foundation in God’s Word.
Members of the Chesapeake Conference Executive Committee recently voted to appoint Shelvan Arunan as associate Ministerial director.
Thanksgiving and Christmas are the two most festive holidays on the calendar. In these last two months of the year, extended family members reunite, decadent holiday meals are prepared and enjoyed, and the battle wages on for the appropriate time to begin playing Christmas music!
Families are the building blocks of society. For many centuries and generations, it has been rightly observed by religious and secular leaders alike that how the family goes, so go neighborhoods, nations and the world.
Our main goal is that we want our students to experience success, understanding that this world is not our final home.
The Dundalk English and Spanish churches in Maryland recently partnered with the Sanabria & Associates law firm to host an impactful immigration event, titled “We Are Immigrants: Tools for Your New Life in the United States.”
Does knowing how a story ends spark an interest in reading a book from cover to cover to discover why it ends the way it does? If not, what if we are referring to the Book?
The Chesapeake Conference recently organized an educational study tour to the Bible lands for pastors, aiming to enhance their biblical knowledge and support their ministry.
The Frederick (Md.) church recently held a free community concert in Baker Park in downtown Frederick featuring Mike Donehey, lead singer of Tenth Avenue North.
Dawn Stem got introduced to pickleball by her work colleague Jay Alignay, a member of Chesapeake Conference's New Hope church in Fulton, Md., resulting in less screen time and better health.