Atlantic Caribbean Union

ATCU Leaders Engage in Evangelism

ATCU Leaders Engage in Evangelism
Communication Department, ATCU

During the first quarter of 2014, leaders of the Atlantic Caribbean Union (ATCU) will be leading out in evangelistic meetings throughout the union.

Beginning Friday, February 21, Pastor Leonard A. Johnson, president of ATCU, will conduct an evangelistic campaign at the Kew Seventh-day Adventist Church in North Caicos in the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Pastor Peter Kerr, executive secretary of the ATCU, will begin the Happy Family Evangelistic Series at the High Rock Seventh-day Adventist church in South Andros in the South Bahamas Conference (SBC) on Sunday, February 23. Four weeks later, on March 22, Pastor Andrew Burrows, associate personal ministries director at ATCU, will commence the Revelation of Hope Gospel Campaign at the Johnson Park Seventh-day Adventist Church also in the SBC.

During a crusade planning session held on Wednesday evening, February 12, Pastor Burrows underscored that the union leaders were committed to joining the pastors and members of the various churches in ATCU in front-line evangelism, proclaiming Jesus Christ to the people of the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, and the Turks and Caicos Islands.

The year 2014 will also witness major evangelistic campaigns being held in the four cities of the union, namely, Nassau, Freeport, George Town, and Providenciales. These meetings are a part of an initiative of the Adventist world church called Mission to the Cites which involves the gospel being taken to the cities of the world.