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Baptist men encouraged to work together  

The men of the Bahamas Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention Men’s Ministry were encouraged to work together as one by Reverend Trajean Jadorette, senior pastor at New Covenant Baptist Church, during a recent men’s seminar.

Jadorette reminded the men to follow the directions from heaven as they go about their work, and to always remember that it was God that brought them through many victories.

“Wherever you are, God is going to take care of you,” said Jadorette, who is the moderator of the Bethel Baptist Association.

“Everything will be alright. Victory belongs to you. Encourage yourself in the Lord because we are all in this together. God will allow you to move to the next level once you continue to work together. I encourage you to stick together and work together as one.”

The recent men’s seminar held at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church to jumpstart the association’s year was held under the theme “Encourage Yourself” and designed to inform the men, to build them up and encourage the Baptist men in attendance.

Rev. Foster Knowles, of the New Free Community Baptist Church, provided insight on how the men should work together as one as demonstrated by Jesus Christ.

He informed the men that Jesus, while on Earth, had a team that worked together and, if the Baptist men intended to get the job done, they needed to work together.

David Williams, of Redemption Seventh-day Adventist Church, reminded the Baptist men that one of the most important things they can do is to point other men to Christ. And he said Christ must be supreme in their lives.

With their year off to a motivating start, the men’s department, which is headed by Rev. Stephen Ferguson, of the Hillside Missionary Baptist Church, plans to travel to Exuma this weekend to distribute groceries to members of various Baptist churches on the island, in a project similar to what the men did last year on New Providence and other Family Islands.

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