Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Mountain View Conference
The purpose for Mountain View Conference's recent New Believer's Retreat was to solidify new members in faith, reclaim discouraged members, and help all participants to better understand Seventh-day Adventist subculture.
A connection in Rainelle, W.Va., seemed to be predetermined by none other than the Lord Himself, who brought three families together for a higher purpose.
The 2022 Mountain View Conference (MVC) Camp Meeting, held at the Valley Vista Adventist Center in Huttonsville, W.Va., kicked off with a Gospel Jamboree for the neighboring communities.
In late spring, the Mountain View Conference (MVC) hosted its first annual Lay Bible Worker Training at Valley Vista Adventist Center in Huttonsville, W.Va. The purpose of the training was to encourage Total Member Involvement.
The Holy Spirit led a plumber who visited Mountain View Conference's Cumberland (Md.) church to choose Christ in an unconventional way.
Donald and Amber West, members of Mountain View Conference's Point Pleasant (W.Va.) church, share how God brought them together and how He called them to come home.
The Mountain View Conference recently said goodbye to four retirees and welcomed two new pastors and their wives.
Israel had witnessed the Lord’s powerful hand at work during their campaign to conquer the idolatrous inhabitants of the land of Canaan. Despite this—and without excuses—they weren’t fully devoted to God.
When we accept that we are adopted by the Creator of the universe, we adopt His Son’s character.
When everything seems lost, we must remember that the “Lion of the tribe of Judah” has conquered death, and He is in control of our lives.