Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- jerry lutz
The Chesapeake Conference has unveiled its new strategic plan for 2023–2027, identifying five priorities as areas of focus.
We are barely into 2024 and already preparing for a major evangelism outreach initiative next year. Actually, plans for evangelism in 2025 were already well underway in 2023.
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.
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.
It is remarkable to see how God can use the least likely people to do amazing things, such as the apostles Peter and John. If He can use them, He can surely use any of us, if we are willing.
The West Wilmington (Del.) church recently celebrated its 130th anniversary during a special worship service featuring stories, music, preaching and two fellowship meals. Members from the Life in Christ and Hope Community churches in Bear, Del., which constitute the rest of the church district, also attended and participated in the day’s festivities.
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.
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.
Jesus made three things about Himself clear to those who questioned His identity or the veracity of His claims: He knew Who He was, to Whom He belonged, and where He was going.