Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Ohio Conference
During a summer in 2016, Camp Mohaven counselors Taulbee and Macomber touched the lives of five young men. And this summer, these five touched the lives of many campers for Christ.
When the Ohio Conference Hispanic Ministries coordinator Peter Simpson and his pastors began planning their 2020 evangelism season, 1,734 Hispanic members had already been baptized since the time the department was established in 1970.
Spring Valley Academy (SVA) elementary students noticed a few new faces in their classrooms at the beginning of the 2020–21 school year.
Young people may particularly have a difficult time making sense of what is happening in the world today. Their brains are still maturing and they lack experience, leaving them vulnerable and confused. They have been socially isolated from their peers, teachers and churches for months.
Keychain Leadership; Empathy Today; Jesus’ Message; Warm Relationships; Prioritize Everywhere; Best Neighbors—these are the six core commitments at the foundation of building a Jesus-centered community and at the heart of the Growing Young Adventists (GYA) initiative within the Ohio Conference.
Kelly (Peach) Long (’98) didn’t know she would be designing things for her alma mater when she began her job at Kettering Adventist HealthCare in 2017 as a graphic designer.
The gymnasium was transformed into an art gallery. A pianist played live music while nearly 150 guests sipped sparkling juice and nibbled on hors d’oeuvres, served by upper grade students. Students of the Mayfair Christian School (MCS) in Uniontown created the art on display.
This year, 32 Ohio Conference students competed in the challenge, held at the Worthington church previous to the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Massillon Connections (MC) aspires to be known as a place where connections are made and lives are changed.
Ohio Conference's Spring Valley Academy is making a concentrated effort to expand their science program this year. One route they have taken is an initiative dubbed “STEM Buddies.”