Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Mountain View Conference
Perhaps some think of “the church” as simply the building where they worship. That term has taken on new meaning as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. A building is not necessary for ministry to take place.
Leaving the country during a global pandemic might have seemed like a crazy idea, but, at the time, we didn’t have any idea how extensive the coronavirus pandemic would become when we—students and staff from the Mountain View Conference (MVC) schools—hopped on a plane for a mission trip to Monteverde in Costa Rica.
The Parkersburg (W.Va.) Pathfinder Club recently conducted a children’s health expo for 250 students, grades K-5 at the Franklin Elementary Center in Parkersburg. Using colorful banners, the Pathfinders manned eight stations across the school’s gymnasium, offering games, quizzes and activities.
Ministry is often a family affair. These dynamic, dedicated family duos have dedicated their lives to working for the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Christians are accustomed to hearing how God has answered the prayers of His children. In fact many can recount how God has personally answered their prayers of faith. It seems to be a part of the Christian walk. I've experienced it too.
Marlinton Congregants Grow Thru Witnessing
Story and photograph by Yonnie Michael
Charleston Church Celebrates 50th Anniversary
Story by Kathy Pepper
At Mountain View Conference's constituency session, held Sunday, delegates re-elected their top two officers for a third term and they received good news about the financial picture of the smallest conference in the Columbia Union.
Story by Valerie Morikone
Story by Angelina Dickson