The Cure for Worldliness


The science of modern medicine has given us cures for a multitude of diseases. Many of us have benefited from the blessings of a physician’s care. Unfortunately the relief from physical ailments comes at a price to our pocketbook. What about spiritual maladies? We cannot get away from the effects worldliness has on each of […]

Monument Valley Mission Trip Report

Krista and Cindy at monument viewpoint

A mission trip to Utah doesn’t sound like much of a sacrifice, but in reality there are many missions right here in the USA and even right in your own neighborhood and home. In this week’s church service, Pastor Jon invites participants of the Monument Valley Mission Trip to share their experiences, and memories.  In […]

Grandparent Weekend


Join us this weekend for Upper Columbia Academy’s Grandparent weekend. Grandparents and families of our academy students will be our guests this weekend as they have the chance to interact with their grandchildren and experience academy life. Vespers begins Friday night in the church at 7:30 pm. Sabbath School and Church worship service will be […]

Where to Find Faith When You Have Nothing Left

Mustard seeds in a wooden spoon

It is so powerful a speck can blow away mountains, so essential that we cannot please God without it, yet so rare that when the Son of Man comes, He asks, will He find it. By nature we do not have it. Where then do we get it? In the sermon, “What Holds the Cord?” […]

Monument Valley Mission Trip Nears Completion

A Navajo girl rides her horse near Monument Valley

The church mission trip to Monument Valley Mission is nearing completion this week. Twenty church members and students have had a very rewarding and successful spring break in southern Utah as they have been helping with the Adventist mission to the Native Americans there. “I love the Navajo culture,” says Kendall Everett a trip participant […]

Building a Life that Lasts

Photo by Brian W. Tobin

This Sabbath (Saturday), guest speaker Paul Hoover shares the morning message. Pastor Paul is the lead administrator for the Upper Columbia Conference and has had a lifetime passion for ministry. His message this morning will be describing the details of building a life with Jesus that lasts. As Jesus was teaching He told this parable: […]

Be Still: He is God

Red Sea

In the face of calamity, it is easy to lose hope. Be it a life-threatening disappointment, or even something as little as the proverbial spilled milk. Emotions can range from depression to anger and everything in-between as we go through crisis. Typical reactions include a desire to do something to remedy our situation. It is […]

UCA India Mission Trip Seeks Funding for Eye Clinics

Girl from India

An extremely valuable opportunity recently presented itself to the Upper Columbia Academy mission trip to India this year.  Organizers of the trip are seeking the help of church members and the community so they can act quickly and finalize the plans. “Prior to this week, we had not even hoped to be able to provide […]

Be Still: Know


It takes effort to develop and build a friendship, but too often we don’t have that necessary commodity – time. God’s love for everyone of us is unfathomable, and He longs for a meaningful friendship with all of His creation. But that is difficult if we “don’t have the time.” This Sabbath (Saturday), we continue […]