Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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- May 2019
Schneider served as NAD president for 10 years. He was elected to the office in 2000 at the General Conference Session in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Prior to this, he served as Lake Union Conference president for almost six years.
Two Potomac Conference “Impact 2019: Camp Meeting Re-imagined” events will be held next month. This new camp meeting format allows for local pastors to help plan and organize area meetings, enabling the message and format to be tailored for each community.
During the qualifying tournament of the Ohio Conference Education Department’s AdventistRobotics League, the Space Cows from the Mansfield Seventh-day Adventist School (Ohio) won the grand Champion’s Award, securing an invitation to the Championship Tournament in Orlando, Fla., this month.
Llege a la Iglesia de la Esperanza en la ciudad de Union City un viernes de noche para la Sociedad de Jovenes y derrepente el primer anciano de la Iglesia se acerco a mi y me presento a Carlos Saltos de nacionalidad Ecuatoriana, me saludo muy amable y me dijo directamente, “Lo he estado buscando Pastor, necesito contarle algo que ha sucedido en mi vida”.
One day after I returned from Bible study with the group, I opened my heart to God and told Him to show me the truth I needed. In my car I took my phone and opened up YouTube.
See who speaking at the 2019 Chesapeake Conference Camp Meeting in Hagerstown, Md.
Story by Elizabeth Long
Kettering Adventist HealthCare's Southview Medical Center is adding two large operating rooms (ORs) to accommodate increased surgery volume and allow for different kinds of surgeries.
Each operating room will be 700 square feet and will allow a variety of surgeries, including orthopedic, women’s health and general.
“God is working through the WGTS listeners to reach even more people for Jesus through this ministry. To see so many listeners step up and say, “I’m all in” is really encouraging. It’s going to allow WGTS to continue to grow, to expand, and to serve even more people throughout the Washington D.C. area and beyond,” said WGTS General Manager Kevin Krueger.
At Mountain View Conference’s constituency session, held Sunday, delegates re-elected their top two officers and received good news about the financial picture of the smallest conference in the Columbia Union.
Los líderes locales hicieron hincapié en aumentar la cantidad de grupos pequeños, que aumentó de 900 en 2017. Los líderes de Ministerios Hispanos oran por 3,000 grupos pequeños para fines de 2019.