Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- March 2021
The Candlelight Concert is a treasured Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) tradition, a gift from the Music Department to the community. But this year programming had to change because of health precautions.
Dave Weigley, Columbia Union Conference president, shared this message with Pathfinders at the union-level Pathfinder Bible Experience Placement event.
Through the podcast episodes, Matthew White’s goal is to reach as many people around the world as possible with stories, facts and fun activities about nature and science—from a Christian perspective.
These words were no longer just letters in an obscure text; they were a living promise. I could look back at the evidence and see it so clearly.
In October 2020, Adventist HealthCare broke ground on a five-story, 97,000 square foot medical office building at National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland, near Washington, D.C.
One night in late 1999, Delphia Davis, a member of Mountain View Conference's Valley View church in Bluefield, W.Va., had a dream. “I saw a prophetic clock in the sky. The clock’s hands pointed almost to midnight. I heard a voice telling me, ‘I have a work for you to do,’” she remembers.
On June 6, 2018, my family and I were given the worst news any parent can be given. Our life in a comfortable cocoon shattered.
In the midst of trouble, it can be very difficult to see anything good. More often than not, the darkness of pain and suffering drowns out any glimpse of light and hope. Faith tends to give way to feelings of despair and discouragement. Have you been there? Maybe you are experiencing that dark place right now.
This verse reminds me that God will work out things in my life for good. And if we listen to His leadings, how many times can He use us to work out good in other people’s lives?
One day, I heard this memory verse and it brought me such comfort. It tells me that I do not need to feel afraid, that He is always with me.