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Story by Visitor Staff

En décembre, nous avons organisé un déjeuner pour affirmer et exprimer notre reconnaissance aux femmes qui servent dans l’Union de Columbia. Environ 40 participants, dont 20 femmes pasteurs, plusieurs présidents de fédération et Directeurs Association Pastorale et responsables au niveau de l’Union, se sont réunis pour discuter des résultats et des implications du vote du Concile annuel 2018, sur la façon dont les femmes pasteurs sont traitées dans leurs églises, les questions qu’elles ont et comment l’Union peut aider (sur la photo).

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En diciembre celebramos un almuerzo para afirmar y expresar nuestro agradecimiento al clero de mujeres que prestan servicios en la Unión de Columbia.
Alrededor de 40 asistentes, entre ellas 20 pastoras, varias presidentas de conferencias y directoras ministeriales y oficiales de unión, se reunieron para hablar sobre el resultado y las implicaciones de la votación en las reuniones anuales del Consejo de 2018, cómo
se trata a las pastoras en sus iglesias de origen, qué preguntas tienen y cómo puede ayudar la unión.

WGTS Staff poses with bags of Mother’s Day cards before going out to deliver.

Story by WGTS Staff

Thousands of often forgotten moms in the Washington D.C. received Mother’s Day cards thanks to WGTS 91.9 listeners.  For the last six weeks, WGTS encouraged listeners to make and bring Mother’s Day cards to WGTS remotes across the area.  The station partnered with area women’s homeless shelters and domestic abuse shelters to get these cards into the hands of women on Mother’s Day. 

"When we started this project I was hoping we would get at least a thousand cards to pass out. At last check listeners have now given over 11,000 cards," says WGTS Program Director Brennan Wimbish.

Story by Lori Zerne

At Alumni Weekend this month, Highland View Academy (HVA) celebrates 70 years of existence where students can experience a quality Seventh-day Adventist Christian education. The school’s mission is to inspire and mentor students to excel in all Christ calls them to do. “We are committed to building on the dedication of those who came before to make sure our young people can have the best education possible,” says Erik Borges, principal.

The Columbia Union ended a two-year emphasis on evangelism in fall of 2018. Throughout this time, churches across the union hosted meetings and placed an emphasis on evangelism in our communities, celebrating 1,287 baptisms and professions of faith in 2018 alone.