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Adventist Church in Saint Lucia Gears Up For National Evangelistic Campaign

April 26, 2021 • • in News

Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders and lay-persons from around the Saint Lucia Mission of Seventh-day Adventists constituency unveiled their comprehensive evangelism campaign strategy which is carded to begin Friday May 28th – Sabbath June 19th 2021.

This is the third evangelistic campaign in Saint Lucia; which will seek to engage the nearly 23,653 church members in the work of spreading the gospel message throughout the country and continues to tie in the “I Will Go Concept.”

Themed Proclaiming Christ Laity: Annou Ale Campaign, (adds a national flavor). The program is expected to include several supporting technologies and digital evangelism strategies. 

Pastor Roger Stephen, President of the Saint Lucia Mission of SDA praised the leadership for their unprecedented efforts to get every member involved in sharing the message of hope through Jesus Christ and His soon coming.

“I know that extraordinary things will happen with the help of the Holy Spirit for God’s honor and glory,” said Pastor Stephen. “Together I know that God will help fill Saint Lucia with the Word of God because there is a great need and we must fill all the spaces with the message of his soon return.”

According to Pastor Lucius Phillip Personal Ministries Director, a total of twenty-one (21) lay preachers from every district across Saint Lucia will join their efforts in proclaiming Christ. All members are encouraged to be a part of this evangelistic campaign by sharing the event with their friends for this virtual event. He also encouraged members to keep all team members in prayer that the work of God in these last days will continue to go forward and will hear of the Good News of salvation. 

The program will be streamed live across various platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, and PrayzFm.  According to the Seventh-day Adventist denomination’s Office of Archives, Statistics and Research, there are 23,653 members and 52 congregations.


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