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Offertory Reading

September 27, 2014
Share the Life

There are so many different ways to hand out GLOW tracts, but one way that Brian enjoys, is leaving them inside restrooms. One day, Brian was taking a friend to court in Spokane and he ran to the bathroom. There he left a Daniel 2 GLOW tract in a stall. About a week later, Brian was informed of a call from a man who had found a Daniel 2 GLOW tract in a bathroom. Turns out that it was found at the court house! As the conversation continues, the man mentioned that his church never speaks about this kind of doctrines and he wanted to learn more about the Bible. With the help of a Bible worker, this man is now having Bible studies!

Today’s offering enables Upper Columbia Conference outreach coordinators to Share the Life with those around our conference.

Sometimes it’s in the simple things in life that God can make a difference. He just asks for the little in us. Will you use something little for Him today?

Robert Koorenny, Assistant Personal Ministries Director
Upper Colubmia Conference


2014 North American Division
Mission Investment Projects


Lake Union Conference Mission Investment Projects

1. The inner city school districts consider churches to be resources for the community. The projects are to go to the various schools and offer spiritual programs, such as Vacation Bible School (FLAG camp), and to train leaders to assist the impoverished. These dynamic programs create and foster friendships and evangelistic connections within the community.

2. The project at the Burns Seventh-day Adventist Church, located in the heart of Detroit, Michigan, is primarily focused on providing a soup kitchen, mentoring programs for high-risk teens, and conducting Revelation and Eternity Prophecy seminars. Other areas of emphasis are self-development seminars, including drugs, alcohol, finances, divorce, and domestic violence awareness.  Also included are tending to two community greenhouses and a community garden.

Columbia Union Mission Investment Project
SOULS EAST: The purpose of this project is the restoration of character through true education. This initiative will develop leadership that will labor for the conversion of souls, as Jesus commissioned us. One objective is to inspire and empower churches each year to develop a culture of evangelism. This will empower youth and young adults to be engaged in the mission of the church. SOULS East will recruit, train, mentor, and send out teams of students to work with local churches in the cycle of evangelism through Bible work, literature ministry, and health ministry. These activities will take place throughout the Columbia Union in selected areas and churches and will be in partnership with SOULS West,