This Month's Issue

The manner in which the truth is presented often has much to do in determining whether it will be accepted or rejected.—Testimonies for the Church, vol. 4, p. 404.

Watch Pennsylvania Conference’s recent “Winsome Witnessing” training series at to help members witness more effectively.


Read articles from the March/April 2023 Visitor:

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Interview by Visitor Staff

Potomac Conference churches recently had the opportunity to receive funds to enhance their Media Ministries. (Read more here.) The Visitor staff interviewed Richard Castillo, Potomac’s Media director, for tips that all churches can use to improve this vital ministry. 

Visitor: What is the most important thing (social media-wise) churches can do to increase their reach? 

Robert Chandler recently joined the Columbia Union Conference team as the associate treasurer for Accounting Information Systems.

He previously served as the treasurer at the Northeastern Conference.

“Robert has a rare combination of knowledge and experience in nonprofit accounting and accounting information systems application,” says Emmanuel Asideu, treasurer.



Read and Share Articles from the January/February 2023 Visitor:

Editorial by Dave Weigley

When I used to ride motorcycles, I heard a saying, “There are only two kinds of motorcyclists: those who have been down, and those who will be down.” This is also true in the human experience. There are only two kinds of people: those who have been through a crisis and those who will encounter one in the future. Life is tough, fragile, unforgiving. 

Nelson Mandela’s example of perseverance in tough times has always inspired me. He was incarcerated for 27 years for resisting apartheid and other injustices in South Africa. During his sentence, he endured hard labor, toiling in hot, dry conditions without appropriate clothing.