Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- This Month's Issue
Through the podcast episodes, Matthew White’s goal is to reach as many people around the world as possible with stories, facts and fun activities about nature and science—from a Christian perspective.
Sacrifice. It’s an old-fashioned word, and sometimes it becomes an old-fashioned concept. Our modern world bombards us with ways to spend our time and money on ourselves.
In this issue we delve into why caring for the earth still matters (and give some ideas for you to help!)
Le Comité Exécutif de la Fédération de Chesapeake a récemment élu Jerry Lutz président de la Fédération de Chesapeake lors d'une réunion spéciale présidée par Dave Weigley, président de l’Union.
Jonathan Carrillo se une a la Conferencia de Nueva Jersey como el nuevo pastor de las iglesias de Camden, Pine Hill, Gibbsboro company y Mt. Holly españolas.
Zina Johnson, choir director at Allegheny East Conference's Capitol Hill church in Washington, D.C., recently participated in the gospel musical Netflix docuseries, Voices of Fire.
Schools around the Columbia Union Conference are striving to teach students about caring for the earth, using various activities such as installing solar panels and planting gardens.
In what can be seen by many as a faith-destroying time, stories of answered prayer and God’s love continue to shield me, protect my faith and remind me that God still exists and is bigger than life itself.
Going on Sabbath walks and appreciating nature—God’s second book—are longstanding elements of Seventh-day Adventist culture. Should this appreciation impact the way members care for the environment? And can it bring them closer to God?
Celebrate Earth Day, April 22, by making small changes that can help make a long-term impact on the health of our planet. Take our April challenge by making one of the changes (or inserting your own ideas) each week