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Adventist Church in North America Issues Statement Emphasizing Importance of Equality

Adventist Review Article

Adventist Church in North America Issues Statement Emphasizing Importance of Equality for All Living in the United States

In a statement, leaders call to uphold ethnic diversity as one of the nations’ strengths.

The Statue of Liberty, a longstanding symbol of freedom in the United States, has these words engraved on its base: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore, … Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me; I lift my lamp beside the golden door!” Some today, however, are questioning the presence of those on our shores who come from countries currently facing political, economic, and natural disaster challenges. READ ENTIRE ARTICLE


It was exciting! It was fun! Yes, the faces of our children from across the South Bahamas Conference were bright during the launching of "The Talking Backpack. . .The Year of the Child and Adolescent.” It was Sabbath, January 13, 2018, at 3:30 p.m., at the Hillview Seventh-day Adventist Church. Organized by Joan Scavella, director of Children and Adolescent Ministries of the South Bahamas Conference, along with Melba Dinorah Rivera, Children and Adolescent Ministries Director of the Inter-American Division, the meeting was filled with information and more excitingly, a Talking Backpack.

Photos below were taken by staff photographer, Bridgett Bell Bastian:


Don't miss the South Bahamas Conference, Health Ministries, Fun Run Walk on Wednesday, January 10, 2018, beginning at 6 a.m. It will be from Goodman's Bay to Sandals and back. No registration.

Tanker Refueling--Adventist Review Article by Patrice Williams-Gordon

The following article in the December 3, 2017 edition of the Adventist Review, is written by Patrice Williams-Gordon, special events coordinator for the South Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Nassau, Bahamas. (Truck photo below from Adventist Review)

Thoughts on a Tanker refueling

Good stewardship for good caregivers

In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma a lone gas tanker being refueled caught my attention.

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Just a few days before, gas tankers had been the center of attention. In the disruptions that follow hurricanes, everyone was seeking to fill up gas tanks and store reserve supplies of gasoline. Lines of people at gas stations snaked away around corners. And with gas stations running out of the precious fuel, the sight of any loaded tanker inspired pandemonium, as panic-stricken motorists stormed the vehicle, necessitating police escort services for the tanker. But now, with life returning to normal, my gas tanker has lost its celebrity status: now it’s just another truck being quietly refueled. Thoughts on its renewed commonplaceness now hold me captive. . .

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