Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
75 years after Lucy Byard, Regional Conferences maintain focus on the marginalized
News of Lucy Byard’s death sent shock waves through the Seventh-day Adventist Church, especially among its 16,000 African-American members. How did it lead to the creation of regional conferences?
Lucy Byard is one of the most pivotal figures in the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Yet many have never heard of her, or have just heard her name in passing as the casualty of a tragic event somewhere in the safely distant past.
Charles Tapp, senior pastor of Potomac Conference's Sligo church, shares short messages in Keys to Practical Living, a CD of short messages from Sligo's radio ministry on WGTS 91.9.
"We want families to know that despite the fact that developing healthy family relationships is not a simple or easy task, it is possible through the grace and power of God. There is hope for today’s families."
Download our January/February 2019 Sunset Calendar here.
Hace veinte años, las ocho conferencias que conforman la Unión de Columbia proporcionaron fondos signi cativos para ayudar a cumplir con una nueva política de la División Norteamericana (NAD) de que los fondos rotatorios en toda la división deberían mantener un mínimo del 25 por ciento de su dinero en reservas de capital.
Think you know Amish culture? Some widely held beliefs like “The Amish can’t use electricity” may just be fiction.
Il y a vingt ans, les huit fédérations de l’Union de Columbia, ont fourni des fonds considérables pour faciliter l’application d’une nouvelle politique de la Division Nord-Américaine (NAD), selon laquelle les fonds renouvelables à travers toute la division devraient conserver au moins 25% de leur argent en réserves de capital.
One day while surfing the web at work, Abe Raber came across Adventist sermons on YouTube. He had never heard anything like them before, and he was inexplicably drawn to the truths he was hearing for the first time.