Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Columbia Union Conference
Last summer, 12 students in the Pennsylvania Conference spent eight weeks knocking on more than 80,000 doors connecting with more than 30,000 people.
A spiritual revival occurred on the campus of Potomac Conference's Shenandoah Valley Academy during student-led Week of Prayer like nothing I’ve seen before.
It is our practice at Adventist HealthCare to begin our meetings with an inspirational thought or prayer. Something important happens when we intentionally quiet our hearts, focus our attention or acknowledge God’s abundant care and grace.
Earlier this year, two juniors from Allegheny East Conference's Pine Forge Academy attended The Hague International Model United Nations conference to debate world issues with other young adults.
Small Seventh-day Adventist business owners recently attended a Columbia Union ASI Spring Meeting event, where they networked with other Adventist business owners and elected a new leadership team.
Five Highland View Academy seniors recently had the opportunity to represent the nation of Equatorial Guinea at The Hague International Model United Nations (THIMUN) conference, themed “The Future of Borders.”
Exciting things are happening in the Youth and Young Adult Ministries at the Pennsylvania Conference!
The Allegheny East Conference will be hosting this year’s Conscience and Justice Council convention, themed "When the Church Comes to Town: Promoting Liberty, Pursing Justice."
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.