Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- October 2019
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Community leaders, pastors, mental health professionals and other guests celebrated the grand opening of Capitol Hill Counseling and Resource Center right across from the church.
“Because ‘Christ's love compels us,’ this church family has continued in their legacy of evangelism,” says Pastor David R. Sanner.
After writing notes for a bit, Debbie Hall revived her sign language skills she learned earning the honor years ago. “The honors are actually good to learn and good to study. And it's not just an honor. It's a lesson that you can take into the real world and actually use it,” she says.
Joel Greve, the youth pastor at the Centerville church, recently challenged members (some pictured) to take part in a “40-Day Dash.” The goal? To walk or run at least one mile a day for 40 days.
Looking for ways to meet the needs in their community, especially the needs of young parents, Becca Jacko, a member of the Elkins (W.Va.) church, started volunteering at God’s Closet, a nonprofit, Adventist organization that invites the community to “shop” for donated children’s clothing.
Episodes are released every other Monday, and cover topics such as self-care and mental health, Biblical womanhood, and how to have difficult conversations in the workplace.
Following the death of Elijah Cummings, Richard Castillo sat down with WAU President Weymouth Spence to hear his thoughts on the life and legacy of the U.S. House of Representatives for Maryland’s 7th Congressional District and honored civil rights leader.
Tuesday afternoon’s much-anticipated discussion of possible discipline for church entities deemed not compliant with ordination votes and policies witnessed surprising turns as delegates to the Annual Council wrestled with competing values.
The document emerged in September from a longer period of study and discussion among Adventist theologians, medical experts, healthcare administrators, ethicists and Church administrators.