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Young Song Leader

Young Song Leader

Bonnie and I spent Sunday, February 16, 2014 at our Guyana Home, the domicile of our good friends and Christian brethren Nigel and Jasmine Milo and their son Zab. They live in Amelia’s Ward of Linden, which also serves as our base of operations from which we launch out to all quarters in the nation to edify brethren and reach lost souls.

We worshipped in the morning with the Blueberry Hill Church of Christ and in the evening with the Amelia’s Ward Church of Christ. In the morning, I taught “Did Dinosaurs Really Exist?” and “What the Lord’s Supper Means to Me” for Bible class and worship respectively. That night, I once more presented “Did Dinosaurs Really Exist?” and spoke briefly for a men’s Bible class about ‘walking as children of God,’ based on readings from both testaments.

Preaching at Blueberry Hill Church of Christ

Preaching at Blueberry Hill Church of Christ

During the interim between assemblies, I was able to finish the February issue of Gospel Gazette Online and publish it to the Internet (with some difficulty from South America). After evening worship, I managed to send out nearly 1,500 notices to subscribers that the new edition of GGO is ready.

It’s time to pack for our 4:15 a.m. departure for the next legs of our nationwide mobile seminar. We fly from Ogle to Port Kaituma for two days of seminars in two venues. After that, we will take a 3-hours boat ride to Mabaruma for another seminar. From there, we will fly back to Ogle, before traveling by land to yet another seminar. We should arrive back in Linden after we leave early tomorrow morning around midnight on Thursday. It’s beginning to look like we’re going to have to return to the States just to get some rest!

Blueberry Hill Church of Christ

Blueberry Hill Church of Christ

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