Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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In his book Mentoring by Design, Edward Marton, Ohio Conference youth director, poses the question, “How could a congregation release and empower young people for ministry, and disciples for service?”
In 2017, Kettering College will be celebrating its 50th anniversary. A look back at the college’s history shows its commitment to excellence in education and the future of healthcare.
Durante el Congreso de la Unión de Columbia en mayo 2016, los líderes de la unión y los presidentes de las asociaciones se comprometieron en continuar enfocándose fuertemente en el evangelismo durante el nuevo quinquenio, comenzando con una iniciativa bajo el lema “Comparte la luz, comparte la esperanza”. A continuación, se destacan los resultados de algunos de estos esfuerzos:
The Hispanic camp meeting of 2016 brought a record attendance of brothers and sisters from across the state to Camp Mohaven in Danville.
Julie Vincent, DPN, has been named Chief Nursing Officer for Kettering Adventist HealthCare.
Thanksgiving is coming, and once again our nation will mention, at least briefly, the pilgrims of Plymouth. History records that in 1621 the pilgrims gave thanks. But for what?
With a total of 759 students enrolled for fall semester, Kettering College has increased its opening enrollment for the 2016 school year by 3.8 percent.
Members of seven churches in northeastern Ohio, along with the Ohio Conference, have been on a journey of faith this year. The July/August 2016 issue of the Visitor shared how educational evangelism grew a rural school in Clarksfield. In the last few months, they have outgrown their building. Thus, a united body—including students, parents, teachers, pastors, members and conference leaders—prayed earnestly for a new school.
Forty-five people decided to surrender their lives to Jesus in a baptismal ceremony held at the conclusion of what Pastor Pedro Simpson calls a revolutionary campaign named 120 Days of Power.
Diana, a Beckley, W.Va., resident, joined the line at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center at 3:30 a.m. Wednesday, waiting for dental service. “I’m not afraid of the drill; I’m afraid of the bill,” she says, adding that she hadn’t been to a dentist in six years. "I can't afford dental care."