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I believe we were called from the womb. We were even almost born at Camp Victory Lake (N.Y.) in Northeastern Conference,” says Patrick Graham (right), referring to himself and his identical twin brother, Paul, who have dedicated their lives to ministry.
Potomac Conference’s Lynchburg (Va.) church recently hosted “Lunchbox Makeover,” its second healthy cooking class. This free class taught attendees how to cook easy, tasty vegan meals and educated attendees with nutrition facts and tips for having an overall better quality of life, starting with their diet. (We've included some of the recipes for you to try too!)
Hours after a gunman shot several people during a practice for a Republican Congressional baseball game, members from Community Praise Church (CPC) in Alexandria, Va., gathered with other community members at a prayer service in Alexandria.
Wander into the world of social media and you will find it colored with grief. We are reeling and pained by the actions of terror in our world. To try to fathom the loss of one life, and then to multiply that in order to understand the loss here is staggering.
A parent told me recently that their child didn’t want to come to church because they got bullied by the other children at church. This wasn’t at school or online; this was happening at church!
The John Nevins Andrews School (JNA) in Takoma Park, Md., recently hosted its last graduation ceremony.
This year two beloved schools in Takoma Park, Md.—John Nevins Andrews (JNA) and Sligo Adventist School—will unite as Takoma Academy Preparatory School (TA Prep).
Rafael Soto, pastor of four Potomac Conference churches in Richmond, Va., explains in detail what home churches are, and tells you why he—and others—have invested their time and energy in this ministry.
It's camp meeting season! Get information on the Columbia Union Conference camp meetings here!
After attending a church planting conference, Jennifer Deans, pastor of the Living Faith church in Dulles, Va., realized the church didn't need a better discipleship program; it needed a paradigm shift. "It's God’s job to grow the church, and it's ours to make disciples," she says.