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All married couples, happy on unhappy, are invited to attend the WINNING YOUR MARRIAGE SEMINAR on November 10 - 12, 2017 at the Melia Resort and Hotel. The seminar is coordinated by the Family Ministries Department of the South Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
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All married and engaged couples are invited to attend a night of fun and laughter on Saturday night, October 28, 2017, at 8 p.m. on the grounds of the South Bahamas Conference headquarters, 135 Tonique Williams-Darling Highway. There will be free drinks and eats. This is a "Winning Your Marriage Event."
Master of Ceremonies for the night will be comedian and actor, Chigozie Igeoma. He is affectionately called Hunkachunk and also known as Mr. 242. Versatile in his presentations, embodied with a gift of public relationship, a taste of gracefulness an acute instinct for family and social etiquette. He is a true master in his traits and has become one of the Bahamas' finest Master of Ceremonies.
From that Sabbath day her life has been different. In her own words, it has been "wonderful, joyous, happy, and peaceful." She said, "I no longer worry or have burdens. I have a wonderful church family at the Living Faith Adventist Church." Phillipa Walkes shares her testimony by the way she lives. Although she was unemployed for a short time because of her decision to keep the Sabbath, she did not let that discourage her. She knew she made the right choice. Today, she works at G.P. Batteries as the sales and office manager. She is actively sharing Christ by participating each night as a Praise Team member at the Power of Truth Crusade (March 2005). At her church she serves as an usher, choir member, health director, and is involved in the Conference Listen Up Television Ministry.
You can email Phillipa at email@example.com
Written March 24, 2005, by Barrington H. Brennen
Posted December 16, 2008
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