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The Chesapeake Conference Executive Committee recently appointed two new directors to lead the conference’s Youth and Young Adult Ministries Department and the Children’s Ministries Department.
Christians have the inside edge when it comes to truly understanding where we are in earth’s history, why things are the way they are, and where all things are going to ultimately wind up.
Spencerville Adventist Academy's high school students attended a spiritual retreat, themed “Reflecting Christ,” to foster a deeper personal relationship with God.
Members of the Forest Grove church in Dover, Del., recently celebrated the baptism of a 93-year-old man.
Several Chesapeake Conference congregations recently celebrated new church property acquisitions. The Capital Brazilian Temple, the Prince Emmanuel All Nations, and the Open Arms churches all finalized purchases of new properties in September.
As Creator of all things and Sustainer of life, God alone is deserving of our praise and adoration. He is the object of our thanksgiving.
Paty Serrano recently started as the new Chesapeake Conference STEM coordinator. Serrano fills the position formerly held by Ophelia Barizo, who retired this summer.
Chesapeake Conference's Highland View Academy (HVA) welcomes Rob Gettys as the new principal for the 2022–23 school year. He brings many years of educational
experience to the position.
Chesapeake Conference summer camps returned to full strength in 2022. Overnight summer camp at the Mt. Aetna Retreat Center in Hagerstown, Md., was held for the first time since 2019, and day camps were held at church locations throughout the conference.
When a Baltimore-White Marsh Adventist School student decided to get baptized, the student’s father decided he needed to follow her example.