Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- March 2021
More than 300 Ohio Conference Pathfinders across the state recently joined together from their homes for the conference’s first ever virtual camporee.
This is our assurance that no tribulation, trial, burden, temptation or power we experience on earth can separate us from the everlasting love of God.
College Factual recognized Washington Adventist University’s Psychology Department as one of the nation’s top 10 percent “Most Focused” programs in Psychology in 2019 and 2020.
To combat the stress of a steadily raging pandemic and continued political discourse in the country, Allegheny East Conference's Pine Forge Academy has made a concerted effort to maintain school normalcy.
Shelton Justin Stanley, a member of Allegheny East Conference's Edmondson Heights church in Baltimore, was tragically killed at the end of 2020, leaving his family, friends and church members to grieve his death. Church members reflect on the life he lived and the impact he had on so many.
Last Sabbath, about 30 cars lined up in the parking lot for a church service at the Ammendale campus of Potomac Conference's Beltsville (Md.) church. This was the first service on the church’s premises since the doors closed last March due to the pandemic.
In the process of waiting, I have realized that, without faith, it is impossible to wait patiently for the Lord, especially when it seems He is tied up with someone else’s emergency.
In a small, two-room Seventh-day Adventist school, I learned these verses and immediately claimed them as my own.
As I look back, I’m certain it was this pivotal time in my life when I sensed God calling me to the gospel ministry. I committed this verse to memory, and, as I repeated it to myself, it gave me the peace of mind I sought.
Genuinely believing in God means to adhere to, trust in, rely on, and, most importantly, have faith in Him. That is scary to me, but I know for certain it is true.