To make ready a people prepared for the Lord
The Leesburg Seventh-Day Adventist Church is part of a world-wide organization with more than 15 million mem- bers in countries around the world. Our church here in Leesburg, Virginia, is small but growing. We are very diverse with a membership that has roots from countries all over the world, as well as the United States. One of our goals is to foster a family atmosphere of inclusiveness and fellowship. Another emphasis is on developing a close relationship with God and learning about how to use the gifts He has blessed us in reaching out to others. As we grow we believe our ministries will expand to include more work with those in need, improving witnessing and spiritual growth. We would be happy to have you join us in worship or at one of the church
Operating as usual
Sister Chitaukire (Brother Sam’s auntie), has gone to rest. Please pray for the family and assist if you are able. Blessings
gofundme.com Our very dear friend/mother/gogo Ettienah Chitaukire was diagnosed with breast cance… Cassandra Sbanda needs your support for Gogo Chitaukire Funeral Expense
Join us tonight at 7pm eastern time
Today is Mental Health Sabbath in North America! But, what is mental health? Check out this video and share it with your friends and loved ones!
adventistreview.org Regional leaders call members to heal broken communities with the compassion of Jesus.
Open the shades and let the light in, at home and in the hospital, sunlight can kill COVID-19...
Abran las cortinas y dejen entrar la luz, en la casas y hospitales, el sol puede matar el COVID-19...
Join us as we investigate the past utilization of Ultraviolet Radiation and Open Space as a treatment for physical and mental illness in the 1918 Pandemic Fl...
Piano presentation. Christian Music
Congratulations to the Pathfinders team for making 2nd place at the Union level yesterday # Proud of their dedication and hard work” first virtual PBE#
slmministry.blogspot.com The world is currently dealing with the spread and impact of a new coronavirus, COVID-19, a pandemic which has resulted in the los...
Have a blessed resurrection Sunday. May we all be ready for the second coming of Jesus.
Beautiful piano piece
Special music by Patrick Rice
Blessings to everyone nationwide #stay safe#
Hope everyone is being safe and protected # special thank you to our church families who is in the health care # essential workers # & those staying home #
today.com Though the coronavirus outbreak has been a stress on all of us, heroes and helpers are doing their best to get us through. To the tune of the song “Have a Little Faith in Me,” TODAY shares inspiring images of hope and healing.
Things we can do to prevent and recover from a viral infections:
Wash your hands frequently
Get plenty of rest & good sleep
Eat more fruits and vegetables
Reduce sugar and processed foods
Take contrast showers (hot & cold)
Exercise in fresh air, get sunshine
Drink water in abundance
Take vitamin D & C, and zinc
[04/04/20] Every form of uncleanliness tends to disease. Perfect cleanliness, plenty of sunlight, careful attention to sanitation in every detail of the home life, are essential to freedom from disease. CG 108.1
Sabbath sermon virtually #81 participants# family church# praise the lord #
Sermon by Orlan Johnson
Special music virtually by Zina Johnson “Trust in Me”
“There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear, because fear involves torment. But he who fears has not been made perfect in love.”
I John 4:18 NKJV
Have a blessed weekend everyone!
Columbia Union Visitor
On Friday, March 27, at 9 a.m., President Weigley will meet with leaders of the union, local conferences, health care networks and university to pray and are asking members to participate in a special day of prayer, Sabbath, March 28.
“As people of faith, we believe that despite all that is happening right now, God is in control. And we believe in the power of prayer. As we read the Bible and claim His promises, we want to ‘pray without ceasing’ (1 Thess. 5:17) for our members, neighbors and communities; for those who are vulnerable and have underlying conditions; and for everyone who has been impacted by this terrible virus,” says Dave Weigley, president. “We also want to pray for government officials, community leaders, first responders, health care workers and scientists who are leading the fight against it.”
Share prayer requests here and by using #columbiaunionprays.
Read more: http://www.columbiaunionvisitor.com/columbiaunionprays
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Was COVID-19 foretold in Bible Prophecy? Is this new coronavirus a sign that we are in the end times? Learn what the Bible has to say in this special episode...
This is a special Coronavirus edition of Ask Pastor Mark Live. Pastor Mark will have a 20 minute Bible study on pestilence, Coronavirus and health prevention...
Living Hope Seventh-day Adventist Community Church
Dear Facebook Community,
Though we may not be gathering together for our regular church services as our custom is, we do invite you to join us LIVE stream at 11AM (EDT) in any of the social platforms below and watch from your devices in the comfort of your home. May the Word of God speak to our hearts and give us courage to face tomorrow.
Living Hope Church page - https://www.facebook.com/livinghopesda
HopeLives365 page - https://www.facebook.com/HopeLives365
HopeLives365 website - https://hopelives365.com/media/livestream/watch-livestream/
HopeLives365 YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/HopeLives365video/live
Roku - Search HopeLives365 on the YouTube app.
In response to the many calls from parents concerned about feeding their kids in the event of school closure…we are assembling breakfast and lunch bags. These will be provided to kids who usually receive free or reduced lunch or are students designated as McKinney-Vento (individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence). We are accepting food or financial donations to purchase the food, and welcome groups or individuals to help us assemble the bags. Thank you, thank you, thank you...we couldn't do this without the support of our community!
[03/14/20] Dear church family, for the next two Sabbaths (March 14 and 21) we will not be holding worship services due to the risks associated with the spread of COVID-19, commonly known as the coronavirus. As we face the upcoming days and weeks, please take necessary precautions, such as washing your hands frequently, avoiding close contact with others, and maintaining a healthy diet. Most importantly, in this time of widespread fear and panic, let us remember that our God is on the throne and let us trust Him each step of the way. We wish all our members and friends a restful, peaceful, and blessed Sabbath!
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