Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- November 2019
Close to 1,000 families from one county in Maryland receive Thanksgiving meal food kits in time for the holiday.
“Homefull is excited to expand our produce farm stand to Grandview Medical Center because this will help people living in food deserts access affordable, fresh produce,” says Tina Patterson, Homefull CEO.
"There peace filled my soul, and as he spoke from the Bible, I felt like God was talking to me."
The Glenville Present church in Cleveland has made health and wellness their mission.
The Potomac Conference administration has brought on two full-time church planters.
Walter Carson, vice president general counsel for the Columbia Union Conference, recently explained what it means to be "warned" by an annual council vote.
Earlier this month, women pastors and chaplains from across the Columbia Union Conference gathered with union and conference administrators for the second time in two years.
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For several years, Ohio Conference's Akron First church has actively served refugees from Burma, Thailand, Rwanda, the Congo, Uganda and Kenya who have settled in the community.
“It’s been my great joy to work with gifted leaders who love God and His church,” says Brill, who, to date, has served the longest as a vice president for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America.