Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
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- December 2020
On Wednesday, December 16, 2020, Mountain View Conference (MVC) constituents and friends were saddened to receive the news that Larry Boggess passed to his rest.
In a year filled with natural disasters, a pandemic and sadness over racial injustice, Columbia Union Conference members and others who visited columbiaunionvisitor.com clung to hope, at least in their article selections.
By Ohio Conference Staff
The Ohio Conference will begin 2021 with its annual “Prayer Emphasis Day” January 2—the first Sabbath of the new year. Visit ohioadventist.org for resources and more information. Conference leadership thanks the members and churches for their support, dedication and prayers.
Looking for a new dish to make this Christmas? Try some of the Visitor staff’s favorite recipes from the December 2018 issue.
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Yesterday, the Columbia Union Conference sent COVID-19 relief checks, totaling $360,000, to each of its eight conferences, as well as Washington Adventist University.
It’s not every day you hear the WGTS on-air teams singing their hearts out in public, but that’s exactly what happened recently.
Barclay believes God spared her husband’s life and opened the opportunity for him to partner with her producer, John Stoddart, to record all her lead vocals—all at home.
As an African-American woman, I have experienced many losses through racism, sexism, classism and misogynoir. Of those losses, it has been the ones I have suffered within my faith community that have been the most devastating because they resulted in misperceptions of God.
A genuine or real church community is not an idealized human projection. Some members have dreams for their community, but this dreaming sometimes may be an obstacle to the genuine, real, authentic and spiritual sense of the community.