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Photos of the Pastors and Lay Members Evangelism and Leadership Training 2017

On Sunday, December 10, 2017, at 5 p.m., over three hundred and fifty Seventh-day Adventists in the Southern Bahamas gathered at the Hillview Seventh-day Adventist Church on the island of New Providence, for the first meeting of the Pastors and Lay Members Evangelism and Leadership Training organized by the Atlantic Caribbean Union and hosted by the South Bahamas Conference. Guest presenters for the opening night was Pastors Samuel Talemach, Melchor Ferreyra, and John Bradshaw inspired the congregation to live evangelism.

Here are a few photos. More photos to come soon.

Meistersingers Christmas Praise 2017

Meistersingers "A Christmas Praise" Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at Centreville Adventist Church

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Come to the Centreville Seventh-day Adventist Church on Wednesday, December 20, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. for "A Christmas Praise" by The Bahama Seventh-day Adventist Meistersingers. The world-renowned group will inspire your hearts. Admission: Free. Featured artists will budding soloist, Little Davincia Rahming, and master tenor soloist, Harrold Dorsett.

Featured Artists

Parade of Churches and Mega Rally

Attention Church Members


All Personal Ministries Leaders and Interest Coordinators are asked to prepare their church membership for the following dates:

  • Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. - PARADE OF CHURCHES
  • Sabbath, December 16, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. - MEGA RALLY

All Church Board Members are to be regaled in church colors and banners. The Board Members will lead the church in the Parade and Rally which will be held at the Hillview Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Pastor Peter Joseph, Personal Ministries Director

2018 Year of the Child and Adolescent

"The Talking Backpack"

Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists


Children's Ministries Webpage

"THE TALKING BACKPACK is a program of missionary impact that will provide the opportunity for each child and young person involved, to use the most effective means of evangelization based on personal, spiritual and moral growth as a safe means of testifying. It will use a modality that will attract children and young people to follow practices modeled by Jesus Christ. "

MESSAGE FROM Pastor Israel Leito, President of the IAD

"When it comes to childhood and adolescence, we cannot continue with what we who are now adults did, perceived, or liked. Of course, we are not talking about principles but about tastes; how things are done and even the language that is used.

Who would have thought that one could do evangelism and even promote the retention of children and teenagers with a backpack?

We are confident that this new and eye-catching program, "The Talking Backpack ", will fulfill the goal of helping children and adolescents to be in the "wave" of testifying and preaching without the effort of speaking, because this work can be done without saying a word.

We long for parents, teachers and leaders to feel the satisfaction of their children participating in the great program of "Every Member Involved", and that through "the Talking Backpack " they can bring many children to Christ and provide a lasting experience to the ones who have already surrendered to the Lord.

We pray that each "Backpack" brings joy and satisfaction to the heart of its wearer, curiosity to those who look at them, and especially conversion to the friends of the children and adolescents."

PURPOSE: The year 2018 was designated by the Inter American Division as the Year of the Child and Adolescent. It is to be used in the formulation of a missionary program that complies with the General Conference strategy "Total Member Involvement" and the Inter-American Division theme: "Lord Transform Me”, giving the opportunity to children and adolescents to study, live and share the message with their friends, neighbors and companions.

Special attention should be given to this project so that your organization will be timely, and arouse the interest and expectation of participation.


  1. Create awareness in the children and adolescents, about the importance of developing a Christ like character, not only to live a fulfilling life, but also to be a witness of what God can do for and with each of His children.
  2. Awaken and develop in each child and adolescent the spirit of service and mission.
  3. Each child and adolescent must feel that they are part of the Great Commission of the Church by becoming involved in an evangelistic program that will result in the growth of the church and the winning of souls for the kingdom of God.

Children's Ministries Webpage

Family Emphasis Week 2017 in San Salvador

The Corkburn Town Seventh-day Adventist Church in San Salvador, The Bahamas, hosted Family Emphasis Week from November 29 through to December 2 2017. Guest presenters Pastor Danhugh Gordon and Patrice Williams-Gordon of South Bahamas Conference in Nassau addressed a wide cross-section of family related issues anchored on the premise that the family is one of God’s chosen vessels through which He demonstrates His love and as such is specially targeted by the devil to prove God a liar.

Participating families all received family sacs which allowed for participation in activities at the church as well as at home.

Nightly meetings provided an inspirational Spiritual Nugget presented by the Local Pastor, Alvarico Moss, melodious musical items and interactive sessions led by the presenters.

The dynamics of today’s family provided an exciting template from which to address relevant issues, especially for family-islanders whose families are often affected by one spouse gainfully employed on the mainland. Attendees consisted of Seventh-day Adventist members in addition to community members and clergy from several other denominations. Children and adults alike gave raving reviews of the positive impact the series had on their families.

In addition to the church-held meetings, Pastor and Mrs. Gordon also conducted motivational sessions at both the primary and secondary schools presenting tangible gifts which reinforced the messages. To climax the weekend, one family had the pleasure of sharing in the baptism of one of their members while the congregation rejoiced. All who participated in the weeks activities received certificates of participation.

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