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5 Ways to Remember

Have you ever had the experience of walking into a room with a mission, only to step inside and completely forget why you’re there? It just goes to show that, sometimes, our capacity to remember isn’t as great as we think it is. Most times, this doesn’t create very noticeable consequences in our daily lives. But there is one sneaky consequence of forgetting that can impact every aspect of our lives. Forgetting comes so natural to us that we have to train our minds to get into the habit of remembering. Here are five simple ways to cultivate the habit of remembering.

Unity in Mission is Central at 65th Constituency Session

On September 22, 917 delegates convened at the White Memorial church for the 65th constituency session of the Southern California Conference (SCC). The theme of the session was “Exalting Christ,” a theme chosen to reflect the core of SCC’s new mission statement. The session began with meaningful time spent in worship. Attendees were blessed by music from 151 students from Glendale Adventist Academy, Newbury Park Academy, San Fernando Academy, and San Gabriel Academy, who formed a…

NAD Chinese Church Camp Meeting Invites Attendees to Turn Their Eyes Upon Jesus

In early August, members from Chinese churches across the North American Division met at the Chino Valley Chinese church for a weekend of worship, fellowship, and testimony. The theme, “Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus,” was emphasized by keynote speakers Ricardo Graham, Pacific Union Conference president, and Iki Taimi, Southern California Conference (SCC) director of senior youth and young adult ministries. 



November 15, 2019
Guest speakers: Pastor Kenny and Chris Shelton of Behold the Lamb Ministries

Friday, November 15: 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, November 16: 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Sunday, November 17: 6:30 p.m.

Potluck will be served Sabbath afternoon

For more information, call 661-822-1174 or email beholdthelambministries@yahoo.com.
November 16, 2019
Ministry leaders, children’s Sabbath school teachers, VBS leaders — all who work with children are invited. A few topics that will be covered are: Learning styles, children with special needs, multiple intelligences, teaching children to think and pray, helping kids cope with bullying. This training will be available in English and Spanish.

Lunch will be served. Suggested donation is $10 per person. Register by November 10.

Register by calling 818-546-8448 or email Ghuerta@sccsda.org

Adventist Health Glendale (Across from the cafeteria)
Sabbath, November 16 at 8 a.m. (English)

San Fernando Spanish church - Chapel
Sunday, November 17 at 8:30 a.m. (Spanish)
November 16, 2019 2:00 PM
Come and hear how to enhance and grow your Sabbath school and church membership.

Speaker: Pastor Gary Krause

Special music: San Gabriel Academy Youth choir and Fred Settles Choir LA Glear.

A delicious and healthy meal will be proved for all to enjoy.
November 16, 2019 3:00 PM
We invite parents to join us for an educational summit on how to maximize educational choices for your children. There will be two panels of experts in K-12 and higher education. They will provide an overview of current trends in education as well as tips on how to guide your children through the educational systems and maximize the opportunities to be tailored for your children.