Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- June 2019
Pastor Jennifer Deans shared "100 Percent on Mission" at the Columbia Union Conference's Transformational Evangelism event in April 2019.
"Our evangelism strategy was influenced by culture and time. Our evangelism mandate was directed by God," shared Roger Hernandez, director of Ministerial & Evangelism at the Southern Union Conference, at the Columbia Union Conference's recent Transformational Evangelism event.
Are Revelation Seminars outdated? Do we need to totally change our worship styles? What does it really mean to be a disciple? Must we use traditional forms of evangelism to be effective? Some 160 pastors recently gathered at the Transformational Evangelism conference to tackle these questions.
David Franklin pastor of Allegheny East Conference's Miracle City church in Baltimore shared "They Don't Need Pity, They Need Partners" at the Columbia Union Conference's April 2019 Transformational Evangelism conference.
At the Columbia Union Transformational Evangelism Conference, pastors discussed what's working and what's not in evangelism.
When the Mt. Olivet church in Camden, N.J., adopted their neighborhood school—H. B. Wilson Elementary—they wanted to make a difference. One recent initiative was a “mock” trial, designed to teach students about the judicial system and bring awareness to the seriousness of crime.
Petra Dodge, a 6-year-old girl from Potomac Conference's Roanoke (Va.)
church, felt inspired to help homeless people after fellow church members committed to distribute lunches once a month. So she, and her brother, William, did something about it.
Pennsylvania Conference is excited to welcome Paulo Acosta to its treasury team. He began his role as associate treasurer on April 1.
As of June 5, Kettering Adventist HealthCare (KAHC) facilities have treated at least 175 people with storm-related injuries, and one person has been confirmed dead. Water and power outages also impacted the area.
Spared damage from the recent storms in Ohio, members of the Springfield First church, recently organized to help their neighbors impacted by the tornadoes.