Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- January 2021
At the recent Thank-a-Thon, students from Potomac Conference's Shenandoah Valley Academy shared words of appreciation to the school's donors.
At the start of the pandemic, even meeting in person was in serious question. But recently, God allowed Lake Nelson Adventist Academy to celebrate a Week of Prayer together.
Last evening, the Chesapeake Conference Executive Committee elected Andre Hastick to the position of Chesapeake Conference executive secretary.
I love this text because it foretells of a world to come without sin, sorrow and suffering.
In my season of loneliness, God spoke a message of hope in the prophetic blessing recorded in Isaiah 41:9–10.
In this verse, I found one of the most amazing promises from Jesus that I so desperately needed.
No matter how turbulent the tests God sends or allows in my life, this scripture gives me an assurance of His abiding presence.
When I was a child, my brothers and I lived many years with extended family waiting for my immigrant parents to take us to live in the United States with them.
In a world that embraces the intricate nuanced dance of verbalism, silence is often shunned. Words can be weaponized, and, at times, cause more harm than good.
God wants us to have joy because He wants us to be happy. God is happy when we are happy. Let me tell you a story of how God used two people to make one man’s life joyful.