Living a Transformed Life -- Logos for February 9, 2018--Transformation is a deliberate practice, day in and day out, until you realize who it is you want to be, and that you already were all along (Nicolas Cole). I read these words from Nicolas Cole with great interest as our theme within the Inter-American division for the next sixteen months is Lord Transform Me. The question I would seek to answer today is: How does transformation take place? Click HERE to view and print PDF Format
If you were asked to describe the church you attend in one word, what would that word be? Before you answer this question, I invite you to read this short article designed to make you evaluate the contribution ‘your church’ is making in your life, the life of the congregation at large, and the wider community. Sometimes I smile when I hear members within our conference beaming with pride while uttering the words, “I am Seventh-day Adventist…” “We are a prophetic movement…” “Or, we have the truth...” These statements are potent and truthful, but it does not mean that the church you attend is relevant. Allow me to use this forum to help us as a denomination appreciate the fact that preaching our distinctive doctrines does not guarantee that the ministries we provide as a church are effective or impactful. Neither does it mean that our members are experiencing revival and reformation. SEE ENTIRE LOGOS FOR FEB 2, 2019
As we launch out on Lord Transform Me, God and His Church, needs Total Youth Involvement! What will be the end result? Christ will come sooner! Who should get involved?
According to 2 Peter 3:12, It is the privilege of every Christian not only to look for but to hasten the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ (margin).
In Christ’s Object Lessons, page 69, we are told that “were all who profess His name bearing fruit to His glory, how quickly the whole world would be sown with the seed of the gospel. Quickly the last great harvest would be ripened, and Christ would come to gather the precious grain."
Doing it Jesus' Way - Christ Method Alone Just what does it mean to ‘minister to the needs of people’? It is simple: giving a listening ear when someone needs to talk, giving emotional support, feeding the hungry, giving shelter to the homeless, clothing the naked and praying for and with an individual are some of the things that we can do through ministry. Jesus desired the good of the whole person, physical, emotional and spiritual. Click for PDF Format
GRACE THE LOVING HOME--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. I like to refer to it as “Lovers Day” or “Loving Day.”