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THE LOGOS: FEBRUARY 16, 2019 
Today, we focus on a theme that is the central message of the gospel--LOVE.  This is an important topic.

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 Today, we focus on a theme that is the central message of the gospel--love.   Thursday past, it was Valentine’s Day in many countries around the world, including The Bahamas.

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Featured Stories: News for February 16, 2019.  Lord Transform Me Baptism, Pathfinder Band Concert, Women and Children Leaders train for action.

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    Calling Out the Silent Majority

    The following was originally posted on AdventistReview.org. Due to the universal nature of the concern it addresses, we have included it in this month’s Adventist World.—Editors

    Some months ago a disturbing piece of news popped up on my news feed. “California Church Shocked After Pastor Commits Suicide,” blasted the headline—and for a moment my heart beat faster.

    Andrew Stoecklein, the lead pastor of the evangelical Inland Hills church in Chino, California, passed away after having attempted suicide a day before. The church’s website showed a dynamic young pastor with a wonderful wife and three young sons.

    What pressures, pain, and hurt must have driven this young man of God to step into the irreversible void of suicide?

    We don’t like talking about burnout, depression, or even suicide when we talk about Adventist pastors. Yet all of these emotions and conditions are a present reality in Adventist clergy as well. Spiritual leaders, dynamic pastors, passionate preachers, consummate evangelists—they all constantly face the real challenges of ministry in a media-driven world of constant tweets and Facebook postings, where personal space becomes less and less available.  READ ENTIRE ARTICLE









































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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