THE LOGOS


A newsletter providing updates on events throughout the conference. Be sure to check weekly for updates.

Logos for July 27, 2019---Generation Change: Why Our Youth Leave

Logos for July 27, 2019---Generation Change: Why Our Youth Leave. The church needs to wake up to the realization that the emerging generation is not just the so-called church of the future, it is the church right now. This generation of young, courageous, and bold Seventh-day Adventist Christians are redefining the very fabric of how we “do church” in our cities, communities, and country.

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Logos for July 20, 2019--Uncompromising Faith

Logos for July 20, 2019--Uncompromising Faith. Article by Stanley Philord, Public Campus Ministries Coordinator. Daniel 6:22, “My God hath sent his angel, and hath shut the lions' mouths, that they have not hurt me: forasmuch as before him innocency was found in me; and also before thee, O king, have I done no hurt” (King James Bible).  I am often reminded of this verse when faced with the difficult trials that may find me. Like Daniel, the enemy will make it his endeavor to shake your faith or in other words ‘feed you to the lions’.  And it is in those times we must trust God more than ever.

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Logos for July 13, 2019--The Role of the Church in a Modern Independent Bahamas

The Role of the Church in a Modern Independent Bahamas  -- If you were able to go into a time machine and step out 40 years from now, what would you want the church you attend to look like? Not so long ago I was interviewed by a reporter from one of the major media houses in our nation, and the discussion was on the role of the church in an independent Bahamas. It was an exciting conversation, but it also forced me to take a second look at the impact the church is making in the society in which we live.

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Logos for July 6, 2019--Prayer Power

Logos for July 6, 2019--Prayer Power--Recently, I have been involved in a number of functions in the context of the Christian faith and I have heard a number of individuals, leaders and all speak and teach about prayer. To my amazement, though we speak and teach so eloquently, very few practice the art of prayer. This therefore begs me to question: “Why is it that we (Christians) pray so little if this is where our power comes from?

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