Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
It’s hard to believe we are still living through a pandemic. Despite all human effort, this virus is relentless and unwilling to relinquish its global grip and march of pain.
The end of the year is approaching, a time when we celebrate the birth of Jesus—
a moment when He arrived "on time."
As Seventh-day Adventists, we are committed to the hope of Christ’s return, and we are passionate about sharing the everlasting gospel to as many people as we can.
Enoch is one of those people many may not know very well. In fact, we have little information about Enoch, but we do know at least one important thing: Enoch walked faithfully with God.
String several words together—it’s a boy, you’re a liar, thank you, don’t talk to me—and friendships can end, new ones begin or cast- aways believe again. Words make a difference, and they can bring life or death.
En febrero, mi familia y yo experimentamos una de las peores tormentas de nieve de los últimos años.
I sometimes wonder about all the young prodigal sons and daughters of God who are wandering and lost in the world, just waiting to be found.
The faith that strengthened Habakkuk is the same faith that strengthens and sustains God’s people today.
President Fordham was a quintessential Christian gentleman and friend who demon- strated genuine love for Jesus, for his dear wife, Sharon, for his family and for everyone he encountered.
Seventh-day Adventists have long valued the concept of educating our young people to be the army of youth empowered to hasten the second coming of Jesus.