"Say Hello" Social Media Campaign

Everyone has a story to tell, and we want to share yours! Say Hello is a social media campaign aimed to interact and engage with the many members of the Southern California Conference. This is an opportunity to learn more about one another, remain connected and close the distance within our conference. We invite each of you to Say Hello!

 

 

 

 


"COVID-19 recreated our church choir experience into an evangelistic tour de force. I’m the choir director at Vallejo Drive church. I have to say, after the first couple of anthems, I felt a bit shaken. Mentally I was programmed to direct a choir directly singing to a congregation."

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“The driving question churches need to answer is, ‘How can we be ‘the church’ outside of the Saturday morning worship service?’”

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“I unfortunately learn my lessons with God the hard way. I am stubborn and a planner to my core. The last few years I have made plans, thought everything was going to go my way, but sure enough they were completely ‘ruined,’ or so I thought."

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“Because Jesus is my light, salvation and stronghold, I live my life believing Jesus loves me and has my best interest in heart. I can live a life of faith; not a life of fear.”

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“I’m heavily involved in youth and children's ministry. I consider it a blessing because it fulfills my personal goal to have a positive impact in as many lives as possible.”

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“I became a member of the Adventist church through a co-worker at In-N-Out burger. Flipping burgers and asking him my hardest questions about life and God, he gave me biblical answers that led me to give Jesus a second chance.”

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“Through the pandemic, I have realized just how not in control I really am. The best thing I can do is to live my life in dependence on Him and trust Him. It’s easy to know that intellectually, but when everything changes, what do you have at the end of the day that can’t be taken away?"

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“I see a great need to do more than what happens at church on Sabbath. God is bringing ideas to my mind and heart on how to reach out beyond the walls of the church.”

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"God makes up the difference. When I feel as though I am not enough or that I am unable to do something, God gives me what I need.”

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“The biggest lesson God has taught me in the past is that He is in control of my live both now and in the future. I had plenty of good plans lined up for me but none of them really came to be.”

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“I can’t wait to get to heaven and participate in the singing! I can only imagine how beautiful all the voices will blend harmoniously together, and I will understand the praises even in different tongues!”

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"I am starting up Sidekicks, an inclusion ministry for kids and teens with disabilities. Families are paired up with volunteers who help facilitate relationships with other kids."

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