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Logos for September 19, 2020--World Pathfinder Day: 7 Lessons After 70 Years

Logos for September 19, 2020--World Pathfinder Day: 7 Lessons After 70 Years. As we celebrate the 70th World Pathfinder Anniversary, let us remember that the promise of the future is always greater than the pain of our past. Historically, the first Pathfinder Club of record began in the late 1920’s in Anaheim, California directed by John McKim and Willa Steen.

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Logos for September 12, 2020--Remembering Pastor Hugh A. Roach

Logos for September 12, 2020--Remembering Pastor Hugh A. Roach. Hureta "Hugh" Allison Roach was born on the beautiful island of Nassau at the Bahamas General Hospital on May 15, 1935.  He received his primary education on the islands of Nassau, Exuma and Abaco under the watchful eyes of iconic Bahamian educators such as T. G. Glover, H.O. Nash, Carlton Francis, and many others. Hugh was a diligent student and demonstrated his academic prowess when he passed the Cambridge Junior Certificate at the age of 15 and the Cambridge Senior Certificate at 16.

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Logos for September 5, 2020--The Role of Music In Worship

Logos for September 5, 2020--The Role of Music In Worship. Music has an important role to play in the worship experience  of any church. It is the major chord in the total ministry of the church. It provides the atmosphere for worship, setting the stage for celebration or contemplation. It brings the members of the congregation into one body as they sing; and it touches the hearts of those who may be untouched by the spoken word. Music is also an avenue of communication with God. It ‘is one of the most effective means of impressing the heart with spiritual truth’ (Ed 168). Accordingly, it is an important and integral part of the worship experience. 

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Logos for August 29, 2020--A Time to Reflect

Logos for August 29, 2020--A Time to Reflect. I bring greetings in the name of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. The process of reflection and evaluation may seem overbearing and inconvenient due to the cares and concerns of the day. However, one side effect of this global pandemic is the opportunity to slow down and examine the records of our day-to-day lives. For some, the results confirm that we are doing as well as we perceive; however, for others, we note that some adjustments are needed. 

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Logos for August 22, 2020--The Wounds of Abuse: Can We Do More?

Logos for August 22, 2020--The Wounds of Abuse: Can We Do More? Yes, we can!  Today, as we focus on the annual initiative of the Women’s Ministries Department, enditnow, we urge you to do more to help prevent and heal the wounds of abuse among women, men, the elderly, adolescents, and children throughout the Atlantic Caribbean Union. This year’s enditnow observance comes at a time when there are concerns about the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on family relationships. 

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