THE LOGOS


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

Logos for August 31, 2019--The Divine Teacher

Logos for August 31, 2019--The Divine Teacher - Dear    teacher, as  you    consider your need of strength and guidance,—need that no human source can supply,—I bid you consider the promises of Him who is the wonderful Counselor. “Behold,” He says, “I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it.” Revelation 3:8

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The Logos for August 24, 2019--Revival

The Logos for August 24, 2019--Revival--A Revival is  an  ongoing  experience  in  the   spiritual    journey    of    each   Christian and in the life of the church. Revival is the renewal of the spiritual energies of the soul. It has to do with a new commitment to Jesus every day. It leads us to a deeper experience in prayer, a more diligent study of God’s Word, and a life of service and witness.

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Logos for August 10, 2019--ASI: Reviving the Spirit of Service

Logos for August 10, 2019--ASI: Reviving the Spirit of Service. January 2017 saw the rebirth of the Adventist-Laymen’s Services and Industries (ASI) in the South Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. ASI is a world-wide organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church which comprises laypersons involved in professions, industry, education, and/or service. In our territory, we have expanded to include college/university students as well as retirees because they too have a valuable contribution to make. ASI-South Bahamas Conference (SBC) exists to provide challenge, nurture, and experience in Sharing Christ in the Market Place as well as support the global mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

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Logos for August 3, 2019--Mentored Into Leadership

Logos for August 3, 2019--Mentored Into Leadership Within this last decade, the nation, its local churches and our Conference youth department have realized the significance of mentorship and has wisely decided to be more strategic in the development and application of youth mentorship. So, when reflecting on my time from Junior Adventist Youth, to my current responsibility as a Youth leader, I recognize that mentorship was at play (though not outrightly labelled as such). I realize the impact made and now happily take the time to recall those momentous occasions and influential persons that shaped me as a Youth Ministries member, who would eventually become a Youth Ministries Leader.

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