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Grenada Conference of SDA presents virtual Good News Gospel Explosion

The Grenada Conference of Seventh-day Adventists is inviting Grenadians to join in, on its Good News Gospel Explosion with renowned Evangelist Dr Claudius Morgan.

The online crusade, which commenced on February 26, 2021 and continues nightly at 7:00pm, involves viewers and listeners in 27 countries and approximately 638 Seventh-day Adventist congregations within the Caribbean.

With three weeks left in the nightly series, topics for the upcoming week are: What do you do when something is broken, I can’t wait, That is lie! You hear lie!, What is the devil scared of, The disciples of Felix and The paradox of the cross.

Dr Claudius Morgan, once a popular calypsonian, hails from the neighbouring island of St Vincent and the Grenadines. Dynamic and vibrant are few of the many words to describe him at the pulpit. As an ordained minister within the Caribbean Union, God has used him to lead thousands to accept Christ as their Lord and Saviour over his many years in ministry. His style of delivering the spoken word is unique, as he intertwines the word with singing and other catchy phrases.

The nightly service, which also includes soothing gospel singing and prayer sessions, can be followed on MissionLive GND via YouTube or Facebook. Additionally, on the online radio at grenadaadventist.org or GFN radio 91.3fm and 100.3 fm. The crusade is also aired on FlOW Channel 31, that is Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN).

The Good News Caribbean Union (GNCARU) Impact 2021, which is organised by the Caribbean Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, is also reaching many outside of the Caribbean region.

Questions about the series or requests can be directed to 1473-456–2273 or 1473-403-2273 and 1473-406-7722.

The Good News Gospel Explosion is an annual evangelistic ministry that is held around the Eastern Caribbean. The sermons are usually preached from under tents but due to the COVID-19 restrictions on gathering, it is being held virtually.

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