April 4, 2018: How Should I Keep the Sabbath?
Deeper Theme: The Sabbath is a blessing, not a burden. It should add value to our life, not ruin our life.
Deeper key text: https://www.bible.com/bible/59/MAT.12.1-14esv
Deeper Notes: http://bible.com/events/389031
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Pastor Joe was born in the little town of Crasna (Romania). Ever since he was a child, he has been fascinated by the unique connection between pastors and their special book, the Bible. When at the age of 7 he received his first little Bible from a brave pastor who was able to procure it for him in spite of the interdictions of the communist regime, he felt special and decided one day he would become a pastor.
After serving as a Pastor for 8 years in Romania, in 2013 he immigrated to the USA. He currently serves as Lead Pastor of Plantation Seventh-day Adventist Church. Along with his wonderful wife Anda and their gorgeous daughter Alessandra, he enjoys proclaiming God’s grace and ministering to his fellows.
By God's grace, in February 2020 he completed my doctoral program obtaining a Doctor of Ministry degree in Preaching/Homiletics from Andrews University. His hobbies are languages, music, and poetry.
Paul Anderson currently serves the Florida Conference as a Teacher at Sawgrass Adventist school. He grew up in Manchester, Jamaica where he received his formal education and later moved to the states to complete his studies. He is a graduate of Atlantic Union College where he achieved his bachelors degree in Theology and recently served as the Associate Pastor at the North Miami SDA Church. He is married now for 5 years to Linnie Anderson. They are both working together to lead and mentor young people and finish the work of building up God's Kingdom. His favorite verse is Jeremiah 33:3 which says: Call unto me, and I will answer you, and show you great and mighty things, which you know not.