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GREETINGS & SALUTATIONS “Then I saw another angel flying in midair, and he had the eternal gospel to proclaim to those who live on the earth—to every nation, tribe, language and people. He said in a loud voice, ‘Fear God and give him glory, because the hour of his judgment has come. Worship him who made the heavens, the earth, the sea and the springs of water’” (Revelation 14:6-7, NIV). IMPACT WEST BAY EVANGELISTIC TEAM The joint evangelistic campaign, Impact West Bay, will begin this Sunday, January 27. A very special welcome to Dr. Alonzo Smith and his team. May your stay here be a rewarding experience. We pray for you God’s blessings as you toil with him. DRESS REHEARSAL All members of the campaign team, including all ushers and parking attendants are asked to be at the tent this Sabbath at 4:00 pm for rehearsal for the campaign. SABBATH CELEBRATIONS Please be advised that the first Sabbath celebration at the West Bay campaign will be on February 9. BUS SERVICE Bus Service to the Campaign in West Bay Please see information below on the complementary bus service to attend the Impact West Bay Campaign. Please share this information with the friends you have invited to attend the meetings, those who need transportation. Please help your friends, co-workers and family members get the blessings God has for them. Bus #1 Leaves the Savannah Adventist

Weekly Bulletin January 19 , 2013

Church at 6:30 pm travels along Shamrock road, along Prospect entrances, continues along Crewe Road, go through Industrial Park via Dorcy Drive and take the Esterly Tibbetts bypass to the Tent. Bus #2 Leaves Smith Road at 6:45 pm, turn into Windsor Park, exit and continue on Walkers Road, turn on Boilers Road to the water front, turn on to Shedden Road, turn left at the stop light on to Eastern Avenue, travel along the West Bay Road to the tent. Bus #3 This bus leaves the 4 way stop go onto North West Point, Water Course Road, Boatswains Bay Road, turn on Fountain Road turn left on Hell Road, continues on Reverend Blackman Road, turn onto Birch Tree Hill Road via Captain Joe’s and Osbert Road travel on Mount Pleasant, turn on West Church Street to the Tent. This bus will make two trips starting and 6:30 and 7:00 pm. Look for the Impact West Bay Banner on each bus or call 325-7942 REGISTRATION We are encouraging our members to register your friends, co-workers, family members, etc. with the special invitation cards to attend the Impact West Bay campaign. Please turn in the stubs to the Personal Ministries leader in your local church (write your name behind the stubs). CONFERENCE-WIDE COMMUNION SERVICE On Friday, January 25 at 7:00 pm. all churches are being invited to meet under the big white tent in West Bay to celebrate the Lord’s Supper. It promises to be a blessed event that you will never forget. CHURCH TREASURERS All Church Treasurers are asked to Meet at the George Town Church at 3:30 PM. Sabbath afternoon, for a short but very impor-

President: Pastor Shian O’connor| Executive Secretary: Pastor Al Powell | Treasurer: John Wesley Visit www.caymanconference.org for more updates/ E-mail the office at Adventists@cicsda.org

tant meeting. CONFERENCE TREASURY To all Conference, Cayman Academy Workers and Church Members the Conference Treasury Department will be unavailable from February 4- 8 2013, due to the training on how to use the new accounting software. We apologize for any inconvenience. FOOTBALL We conclude the Football Competition with a double header at the Annex Football Field starting at 8:00 pm. First game will be Kings vs Maranatha, second game will be Ebenezer vs Savannah at 9:00 pm. There will be a medal presentation after these games. SAVANNAH WOMEN’S MINISTRY The Savannah Women’s Ministries Department is announcing that the Annual Women’s Ministries Convention, organized by the Florida Conference of Seventh-day Adventists is scheduled for February 7 – 11, 2013 at Camp Kulaqua. For information please call Sis. Hazel Fletcher at 916-4838. ATCU’S PRAYER INITIATIVE The Atlantic Caribbean Union prayer initiative P.U.S.H. “Pray Until Something Happens” continues this coming week January 27th – February 2 with special focus on widows and widowers. Please remember these special people in all our union territory. MID-DAY PRAYER SESSION Every Wednesday from 12:15 - 12:45 pm, the Conference has a special prayer service at the Kings Church. Come, let’s seek the Lord together. He says: “you shall find Me when you seek for Me with all your heart”. God wants to give YOU a breakthrough. Remember, “Prayer is the key in the hand of faith to unlock heaven’s storehouse.” Come, and bring a friend with you. PRAYER LINE The prayer line numbers for special prayers are 939-0348 and 927-5892.

LET US PRAY FOR EACH OTHER 1.

Sherman Conrad

2.

Chesly Brown

3.

Alvin Powell

4.

Willard Welcome

5.

Vera Myles

6.

Kerry Bernard

7.

Brian Rigby

Valda McFarlane

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK An Individual Choice to Be Made—Watch and pray, and obtain a personal experience in the things of God. Your parents may teach you, they may try to guide your feet into safe paths; but it is impossible for them to change your heart. You must give your heart to Jesus and walk in the precious light of truth that He has given you. Faithfully take up your duties in the home life, and, through the grace of God, you may grow up unto the full stature of what Christ would have a child grow to be in Him. The fact that your parents keep the Sabbath, and obey the truth, will not insure your salvation. For though Noah and Job and Daniel were in the land, “As I live, saith the Lord God, they shall deliver neither son nor daughter; they shall but deliver their own souls by their righteousness.” {AH 298.1}

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