Logos for January 11, 2020--A Friendly Reminder: Jesus Is Coming Again! At ASi International Convention, Mark Finley called members to refocus and recommit. “There are times we forget the obvious,” said Mark Finley in his keynote address on the closing day of the 2018 Adventist Laymen’s Services and Industries (ASi) international convention in Orlando, Florida, United States, on August 4. It is the reason, the long-time evangelist said, we often need friendly reminders.
Logos for January 4, 2020--A New Year's Message: 'Be Courageous'. As we enter this brand, New Year no doubt some persons will do so with much trepidation, as the Year comes with 8,784 hours of the unknown and much uncertainty, but most of all, the New Year comes with possibilities. Yet, God reminds us to be courageous and not fearful because HE goes before us as promised in Deuteronomy 31:6-8. There is no doubt that we will be faced with the same challenges and difficulties as before and even more so as we near the end of time.
Logos For December 21, 2019--The Essence of Christmas Giving. The year 2019 is soon to be behind us. As I reflect over the past 11 months, you will agree with me that it was an eventful year. What may stand out for most was the constant outages of the BPL power supply, and then came one of the worst natural disaster in the country’s history, Hurricane Dorian. This hurricane was regarded by some, as the most intense tropical cyclone on record to strike The Bahamas.
Logos for December 14, 2019--The Observance of Christmas. What Is Christmas? CHRISTMAS is coming,” is the note that is sounded throughout our world from East to West and from North to South. With youth, those of mature age, and even the aged, it is a period of general rejoicing, of great gladness. But what is Christmas, that it should demand so much attention? This day has been made much of for centuries. It is accepted by the unbelieving world, and by the Christian world generally, as the day on which Christ was born.
Logos for December 7, 2019--Men, Choose Your Peer. Peer pressure is something we used to associate with children and young people, but today, most of us even in adulthood can be honest and say it exists in our everyday lives. So many people and things are fighting for our attention and we sometimes allow the important things to lose and die due to lack of love, care, and attention. We yield and give in to the PEERS and the pressure and become people who encourage errors, rudeness & stupidity.