Atlantic Caribbean Union

ACUM President: Nearly 30,000 Copies of Great Controversy Distributed

By: Communication Department

Ever since the launch of the Great Controversy project in the Atlantic Caribbean Union (ACUM) on March 3, 2012, at the Centreville Church in the South Bahamas Conference, nearly 30,000 copies of the Great Controversy have been distributed within the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, and the Turks and Caicos Islands according to Pastor Leonard Johnson, president of ACUM.
“I can only exclaim ‘To God be the Glory’ for the efforts on behalf of church leaders and members in distributing these books,” said Pastor Johnson. “Only God knows the full impact this will have when these books are read in part or whole.”

However, Pastor Johnson noted that while there may be inspiring stories about the impact The Great Controversy has had on the lives of those reading this book, the praise reports have been slow in coming into the union office.

“We would like to share these experiences with the ACUM family, because by sharing, someone is encouraged and God receives the glory,” Pastor Johnson said. “So, we look forward to receiving the reports from our fields.”

Earlier this year, copies of The Great Controversy were presented to the Premier and the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the Cayman Islands. Since then, the same was done for the Prime Minister of the Bahamas, the Rt. Hon. Perry G. Christie, and the Governor of the Turks and Caicos Islands.