Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
Who could’ve imagined that three young people who all lived in Mongolia at one point in time would reunite, become friends and graduate together at Chesapeake Conference's Highland View Academy?
On May 22, delegates to the Columbia Union Conference 28th Quinquennial Constituency Meeting re-elected President Dave Weigley, Executive Secretary Rick Remmers and Treasurer Emmanuel Asiedu for the 2021–2026 term.
As a patroller, Kiera John-Lewis had the opportunity to “play an important role in helping young pedestrians learn and fulfill responsibilities regarding traffic safety,” according to the program’s website.
WGTS can often be heard playing from car speakers all over the DC/Maryland/Virginia area, but this time, it was heard halfway across the world.
Earlier this year, Lake Nelson Adventist Academy held a spiritual retreat for the high school students, intended to revitalize them spiritually, emotionally, physically and mentally.
Nine different church locations. Three schools. Providing concerts. Interacting with students. Painting walls. Talking with students and church members. Learning to barter at shops. Sharing testimonies with people wanting to know more about God.
After hearing of the tragic loss of Officer Katie Thyne, killed in the line of duty just blocks from their church, members from the Calvary church in Newport News, Va., went into action.
Terry Forde, who has been with the organization since 2011, will lead Montgomery County’s largest healthcare provider.
Story by Tom Grant
The audience included faculty, sta
God placed relational, romantic and sexual longings in each soul. But longings can be problematic.
Story by Jennifer Schwirzer