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Logos for January 16, 2021: Return to 1'Arbonite

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Bro. Dieusauveur & Sis. Remelia Datus are a missionary couple living on the island of New Providence, The Bahamas. Since 2006, they have been doing missionary work in Haiti and it all started with a dream. One night while Sis. Datus slept, she had a dream that she was preaching to an old schoolmate and urging him to repent because Jesus is coming soon. 

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Logos for January 9, 2020: Convention 2021

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Happy New Year, friends! Everyone likes to have a new beginning—especially after experiencing such challenges as we faced in 2020! And while we don’t know exactly what the new year holds, we can be assured that God does, and we can be confident and secure in Him as we trust and follow Jesus in 2021.

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Logos for December 19, 2020--Hope in the Midst of Despair

Logos for December 19, 2020--Hope in the Midst of Despair. Andy Williams sings the beautiful song written by Eddie Pola & George Wyle entitled "Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year." As we approach the holidays this year, we are confronted with an uncomfortable question, is there anything worth celebrating? Nine months into the COVID-19 pandemic, and with no end in sight, the holiday approaches, and with it comes the shadows of uncertainty, fear, loneliness, and depression. During a typical year, the holidays are a cheerful, happy time for many. However, this time around it will be a most difficult one as we remember loved ones who may have died from a COVID-related illness, natural death, death from sickness, or tragedy.

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Logos for December 12, 2020--A Self-care in Isolating Times

Logos for December 12, 2020--A Self-care in Isolating Times. Congregational care during this Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is essential. However, traditional congregational care is very strained at best now. Ministry is quite different than it was two weeks ago. We cannot meet or gather as congregations. Caregiving for bereaving families unable to attend funeral services or members who may not be digitally connected, and those losing employment while working from home are just some examples of how ministry is different.

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