Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Potomac Conference
Last school year wasn’t ideal. The COVID-19 outbreak had parents, students, teachers and staff on edge. The combination of “senioritis” and distance learning enhanced the load of pressure on the Class of 2020.
With the COVID-19 virus increasing people’s desire to understand health in a new and unpredicted way, LivingWell, Potomac’s health and bookstore, continues to be a light to the community in Silver Spring, Md., by bringing messages of physical and spiritual health.
We live in financially troubled times due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. However, God has proven faithful, just as he was to Joseph and Pharaoh.
You don’t need to be enrolled in college to take a 101 class in the intricacies of gardening, maneuvering remote controlled helicopters, creating stained glass or baking bread.
Families suffering from hunger due to COVID-19 can have a more enjoyable holiday weekend thanks to several Adventist groups who are joining together this Friday to distribute approximately 3,000 food boxes.
One of Takoma Academy’s (TA) missions is to lead young people to Jesus by helping students maintain a strong spiritual life. This was no challenge for new hire Leah Burgess, who was welcomed to the Tiger family late last year.
Kristi Barnes and Mari Dortch, the Class of 2020 valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, for Potomac Conference's Takoma Academy (TA), were recently interviewed on their experiences and memories at TA and what the future holds for them.
At the age of nine, Guadalupe “Lupita” Nieto Arroyo felt lost in a sea of deep loneliness and depression. She had long been the target of school bullying, and her home life felt unstable, as her parents considered divorce.
For Gael Murray, helping during the crisis meant putting her own plans on hold, including postponing seminary studies temporarily. After much prayer, seeking divine guidance, she got to work on sewing, already having the skills and abundant supplies needed to get started.
Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington Sets All-time, one-day Assistance Record for Service to Food-insecure Families.