Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- January 2018
Si bien las investigaciones científicas están lejos de ser unánimes en que la soledad haya llegado a proporciones epidémicas, el ignorarla es un riesgo que no podemos tomar. ¿Es la soledad y el aislamiento un factor en tu vida y en tu trabajo? ¿Cómo podemos combatir una epidemia de soledad? Permíteme sugerir tres cosas que, si bien no son exhaustivas, podrían tener un efecto positivo.
Adventist HealthCare's Terry Forde suggest three things that, while far from comprehensive, may make a difference in helping those around you who may be lonely.
Janice Walker-Cleveland recounts that she told the Holy Spirit she knew nothing about the movie industry; that she is a lawyer. She says the Holy Spirit impressed upon her that writing a movie would give God glory.
Our Pennsylvania leadership team and Executive Committee members have been praying for unity across our conference. This fall we saw an example of what happens when God’s people unite for a common mission.
More than 100 clergy and spouses attended a recent Mental Health Conference for clergy.
A new year lies before us full of hope and promise. It is a time of year to reflect and refocus. As we begin afresh, we each have goals and aspirations for the days ahead.
The Pennsylvania Conference welcomes Michael Gayle, principal of Huntingdon Valley Christian Academy, to the new role of associate superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction.
As a member, Shirley Crouser longed to do some type of outreach to help others, but she was hesitant she wouldn't do it right until she found a project she knew she could do.
Starting April 1, H. Candace Nurse will serve as secretary/treasurer for the Columbia Union Revolving Fund (CURF).
Adventist HealthCare Washington Adventist Hospital recently became the first hospital in Maryland to earn the National Safe Sleep Hospital Certification. The hospital was recognized at the Bronze level for its commitment to encouraging safe sleep practice for infants.