Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
Today what Marci Wright enjoys most about the potlucks is when her fellow church members “bring the best their kitchen has to offer with enough to share.
Ginny Engle-Weiland thinks that the potlucks help members bond. “Eating a meal, breaking bread together is a good time to let your hair down,” says Weiland, a member since she was three and the potluck organizer. “We can talk about things we wouldn’t be able to if we just got up and left after the church service.”
Fylvia Fowler Kline uses one of her passions to flavor her world.
Nellie Dakanay encourages members to stick around after church and build relationships. “Stay over for the potluck or fellowship. That way [you] will [build] relationships with the church members you would
not [normally] meet,” she says
“A few months ago, Pastor Alejandro Bullón was speaking at [our] church, and he told the story of how his son had visited a church here in the states, and they were very unfriendly. ... No one said ‘hi’ or invited him for lunch,” says Balleza. “Then he said...
Blessings abound here at Washington Adventist University (WAU) in Takoma Park, Md., where we strive to engage minds and transform lives for all of God’s children.
“It’s not all about food; it’s the fellowship, getting to know the other church members, making your guests feel welcomed,” shares Roxann Gambin, a member of Chesapeake Conference's Triadelphia church in Clarksville, Md.
What I want everyone to get out of this CD is there is hope in Jesus! There’s a second chance for you!
Even if you missed the Society of Adventist Communicators convention in Columbia, Md., you can watch the keynote presentations from four young adult digital influencers
This month we talked to pastors' spouses to see how they navigate life in the spotlight. Also, read about what is happening in our conferences and schools!