Potomac Conference

Interview by Anna Bartlett

“A lot of the time we think blessings are only those things that make us feel good, but the key to walkng with God is to understand that the blessing comes in whatever God sends our way that draws us closer to Him,” says Charles Tapp, senior pastor of Potomac Conference’s Sligo church in Takoma Park, Md. He shares similar practical applications in Keys to Practical Living, a CD of short messages from Sligo’s radio ministry, Simple Truths for Life, on WGTS 91.9.

Read our interview with Pastor Tapp below:

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Story by Potomac Conference Communication Staff

Jorge Ramirez, Potomac Conference's vice president for Administration has announced he will be moving to a different position. He has accepted a call to the Arizona Conference as executive secretary. 

"For almost 12 years, Jorge and I have worked closely together on some very difficult issues," says President Bill Miller. "In every instance, he has demonstrated the highest level of personal integrity and unwavering commitment and loyalty to Potomac Conference."

Sung Kwon presents an award to Minnie McNeil as her husband, Andrew, looks on.

Story by V. Michelle Bernard / Photos by Dan Weber/NAD Communication

During the Adventist Ministries Convention in Albuquerque, N.M., North American Division (NAD) leaders recognized several longtime Columbia Union Conference leaders with Lifetime Achievement awards. 

“Our hope is that when we recognize and show gratitude to individuals who are [providing] exemplary contributions, other leaders are inspired to value excellence in their pursuits for God and His Church,” says Debra Brill, NAD’s vice president for Ministries and event organizer.