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Guyana Christian University

Guyana Mission Trip – Day Ten

by Bryant Evans on September 12, 2009

A new week begins for our ten students. We have been blessed to have some of the wives attend our classes and a young man named Hoxley Moses who will likely be in our third batch of students next year. Hoxley is a professional beekeeper and has literally traveled the world to observe and study […]

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Guyana Mission Trip – Days Eight and Nine – The Weekend

by Bryant Evans on September 12, 2009

Saturday morning came all too early for me. At 4:30 I awoke and could not go back to sleep. I sat on the front steps and watched the moon set and the sun slowly climb. At 5:30 brothers George and Dorreck set off on the motorcycle for Karasabai, a village north of Lethem about 3 […]

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Guyana Mission Trip – Day Seven

by Bryant Evans on September 12, 2009

The morning newspaper headline was large: “MORMONS TOLD TO LEAVE GUYANA” We were unsure what to make of this and were a bit concerned ourselves when we saw the lengthy article in Guyana’s top newspaper. Was this a government crackdown on religion in general or something specific to the Mormons? A thorough reading showed that […]

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Guyana Mission Trip – Day Six

by Bryant Evans on September 12, 2009

“in many ways, God spoke to our Fathers…” (Hebrews 1:1) So begins the glorious book of Hebrews, penned by an unknown author to Christians of a Jewish background. We took this as our starting point for our Thursday class. The students were given an in-depth lecture on the covenants of God and, more specifically, how […]

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Guyana Mission Trip – Day Five

by Bryant Evans on September 12, 2009

We established on Tuesday the nature of the church yesterday and demonstrated the ownership of the church by Jesus Christ alone. Notably, the church is not owned by any man or organization. Any church which points to a mortal man as its founder is unsuitable and finds itself in competition with the one true church […]

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