Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
How we represent Christ will help the children in our communities to determine if they will choose to identify our homes, churches and schools as centers of criticism or of God’s love and peace.
Sacrificio. Es una palabra pasada de moda y, a veces, se convierte en un concepto anticuado. Nuestro mundo moderno nos bombardea con formas de gastar nuestro tiempo y dinero en nosotros mismos.
Sacrifice. It’s an old-fashioned word, and sometimes it becomes an old-fashioned concept. Our modern world bombards us with ways to spend our time and money on ourselves.
In what can be seen by many as a faith-destroying time, stories of answered prayer and God’s love continue to shield me, protect my faith and remind me that God still exists and is bigger than life itself.
The title of this editorial—a combination of God’s call to the prophet Isaiah and the Great Commission—implies obedience, consecration, dedication, surrender, perseverance and intentionality.
Let our new life resolution be to generously sow seeds that will produce a rich harvest of truth, love, mercy and justice, and spend time walking humbly with our God.
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.