Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
Will Johns, Pastor of Beltsville church's Tech Road Campus shared the following message, encouraging us to care for our souls during this tough time.
The word intentional means that an action is taken on purpose. Interestingly, when it comes to the most important things in life, it often seems that few people treat them with an intentional mindset.
As my high school graduation drew near, I was unsure about what would come next. I was raised in a Seventh-day Adventist home, but in my teen years, I began to stray from God and the Church.
I realize that although God doesn’t need me, I want to be a co-laborer with Him. He has placed me in certain situations and around certain people for a reason.
Jesus seeks to have an intimate relationship with each of us—not to add to His earthly riches, but that His sheep may gain heavenly riches.
This past fall, 2,237 Pennsylvania Conference members visited more than 10,000 homes to pray with people and offer free Bible studies.
Hay tres realidades en las iglesias cristianas, incluyendo la Iglesia Adventista del Séptimo Día, que no podemos negar: 1. las iglesias están creciendo, 2. las iglesias están estancadas en su crecimiento, 3. las iglesias están decreciendo y finalmente muriendo.
There are three realities in Christian churches—including the Seventh-day Adventist Church—that we cannot deny: Churches are growing; churches are stagnant in their growth; or churches are declining and finally dying.
Chesapeake Conference’s new initiative, “35 by 25,” is to plant 35 churches by the year 2025.
The year 2020 marks the 125th anniversary of our beloved Columbia Union Conference Visitor magazine. As we prayerfully consider how to reach and engage new generations of members, how to be good stewards of our resources and environment, and how to creatively use the technology that is literally at our fingertips, we see many wonderful opportunities ahead.