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A unique evangelistic series, Living in the Final Week, was presented last fall (Sept. 15–Oct. 14, 2017) by Tim Rumsey at the Hayden Lake (Idaho) Church. Each night featured an engaging story illustration from modern times that drew listeners into Bible t12/12/2018NoKathy MarsonEvangelism
A group of Upper Columbia Academy (UCA) alumni determined in 2004 to do something to positively impact their beloved school. Thus began a volunteer movement that has enabled hundreds of students to get a Christian education.12/10/2018NoKathy MarsonEducation Department; Communications; President's Office; Secretariat
The Upper Columbia Conference Executive Committee voted an official position on the World Church Affirmation Sabbath on December 4, 2018.12/5/2018YesKathy MarsonCommunications; Communications; Administration; Church Ministries and Discipleship; President's Office; Secretariat; Treasury; Stewardship; Ministerial
During the six years our building has been in use, we have looked forward to retiring the debt on the Better Living Center. On July 1, 2018, the church family met for a celebration that included the burning of the mortgage. It is such a good feeling to kn12/4/2018NoKathy MarsonCommunications; Treasury; Stewardship
“Camping” — the word conjures up visions of pup tents and sleeping bags, campfires and hikes in the woods. However, in the College Place, Wash., camping is much more since the College Place Village Church began sponsoring Walla Walla Valley Camps as a com12/4/2018NoKathy MarsonCommunications; Family Life Ministries; Church Ministries and Discipleship
Equipping For Service Weekends will be held throughout the Upper Columbia Conference on a regular basis. Upcoming weekends in Lewiston, Yakima, Spokane and Walla Walla are scheduled through March, 2019.11/29/2018YesKathy MarsonAdministration; Communications; Church Ministries and Discipleship; Family Life Ministries; Health Ministries; Human Resources; President's Office; Secretariat; Sabbath School Ministries
“When students write about something deeply personal and meaningful, they write well,” says Michelle Melendy, counselor and English teacher at Upper Columbia Academy (UCA) in Spangle, Wash. She witnessed this during the 2017–18 school year when she gave h11/19/2018NoKathy MarsonCommunications; Education Department
When Greg Griffitts got into the patrol car for the first time in Hermiston, Ore., he didn’t know he’d be sitting in many more police vehicles in the future. After all, it’s not the most common hangout for an Adventist pastor.  11/15/2018YesKathy MarsonCommunications; Ministerial
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