Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
No matter what the year holds, one thing is clear: God’s people in Pennsylvania will be actively engaged in sharing the good news of Jesus Christ.
In our personal spiritual walk, the Bible is like the North Star—a constant in our lives.
“The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness” (ESV). We have seen this promise in Lamentations 3:22–23 lived out this year.
Jesus gave us the Great Commission in Matthew 28:18–20, a charge not affected by a pandemic, for the Great Commission is not in quarantine.
Durante más de cuatro meses, las iglesias estuvieron cerradas, y algunas no volverán a abrir durante el resto del año. Pero la atención se centra en la reapertura de los negocios, centros comerciales y restaurantes, con el mensaje: “Adelante. Estamos abiertos”.
Paths don’t just come out of nowhere. Sometimes they exist because people started walking there for a shortcut. Sometimes they exist because someone planned them out on a map and set about creating them. In either case, someone had to pave the way.
We have finally arrived at the closing days of 2020. For so many unanticipated reasons, it has proven to be a watershed year. We know nearly everything in our lives has run into some measure of turbulence, and we don’t know when things will settle down or how different they will be in the years to come.
El 11 de marzo de 2020, la Organización Mundial de la Salud declaró al COVID-19 como pandemia. A partir de ese momento, impuso una crisis global.
Paul faced the issue of tribal conflict head-on. He struggled against Judaizers who argued that Gentile Christians must become Jews and be circumcised to follow Christ.
As we come to declare our love for God, we must face the reality that, while we are a family of faith, we are not nec-essarily one big happy family.