Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Columbia Union News
Tapping a national training program known for fixing large and troubled educational systems may seem like an unusual mismatch for small Adventist schools, but the organization has a highly successful track record for extending the tenure of principals.
Two Columbia Union Conference members recently participated as Fulbright Scholars.
Adventist Development and Relief Agency joins the world to show support to the more than 66 million refugees around the world.
A large group of board members, staff, Adventist pastors, supporters and volunteers gathered in April to pray together and request God’s presence and blessing on WGTS’ new ministry center in Rockville.
"It is God who works, who transforms the heart," said Pastor Tim Madding at Columbia Union Conference's Transformational Evangelism Conference. "We just want to not make it difficult and help them make their next step."
Pastor Jennifer Deans shared "100 Percent on Mission" at the Columbia Union Conference's Transformational Evangelism event in April 2019.
Are Revelation Seminars outdated? Do we need to totally change our worship styles? What does it really mean to be a disciple? Must we use traditional forms of evangelism to be effective? Some 160 pastors recently gathered at the Transformational Evangelism conference to tackle these questions.
At the Columbia Union Transformational Evangelism Conference, pastors discussed what's working and what's not in evangelism.
As of June 5, Kettering Adventist HealthCare (KAHC) facilities have treated at least 175 people with storm-related injuries, and one person has been confirmed dead. Water and power outages also impacted the area.
First Chronicles 12:32 mentions the tribe of Issachar who “understood the times and knew what Israel should do” (NIV). We need Issacharian pastors today who understand the trends and changes in our culture, and who will reach out to and engage people for Christ in relevant ways.