Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- June 2021
At the first 2021–2026 Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee meeting, members gathered via Zoom to vote on several matters relating to upcoming business sessions involving the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
More than 3,000 listeners gathered in person for the first time in more than a year for a live concert hosted by WGTS 91.9.
This week, the Office of Education announced its 2020-21 Columbia Union Conference Outstanding Educator Awards.
One day, an elderly woman approached me: “Son, you know what? As Isaiah 40:31 says, you just have to wait on the Lord.” These words have forever been engraved in my mind.
God used this text to show me that when I am at my weakest point, God’s strength will shine brighter than ever before.
Robert “Bob” E. Scovil wasn’t interested in talking “religion” but in seeing how it was lived.
Junior Matheus Gaulia shares what God has been doing in his life on the campus of Blue Mountain Academy (BMA).
Lake Nelson Adventist Academy is a relatively small school located in Piscataway. The sophomore class only has 15 students, including myself, but, as a result, we are a truly connected community.
My first introduction to the Seventh-day Adventist Church was: “My mother doesn’t eat pork, and she goes to church on Saturday.” After that startling introduction, I never thought I’d become a member.
The summer of 2015 was the darkest moment in my life, but Psalm 23 assured me that I was not alone.