Sabbath School Lesson 10: An Exciting Way to Get Involved
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Theme: Small Groups as a witnessing tool
Title: An Exciting Way to Get Involved
Sabbath School Moderator Michael Stephenson
Sabbath School Panelists Daniel Desir Don Curtis
Pastor's Line Q&A Frantz Saintval
Date: September 5, 2020
Tags: #psdatv #SabbathSchool #Bible #witness #witnessing #SmallGroups
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Daniel is a servant of God. Born on Haitian soil, I grew up in the SDA Church. I got baptized when I was 15 years old. After completing my high school education, I came to the United State with great ambition and humility. The determination in pursuing my dreams and the faith in God that never failed me are only a part of the force that moves and motivates me. I feel privileged to be used by God's hands whether at work, at church, or in the medical mission trips.
My desire is to help build up the kingdom by helping and encouraging others in their walk with Jesus. My motto is to be a servant to all wherever God leads me.
Donald Curtis, is an ordained elder since 1994 and certified international evangelist who has
preached in the Caribbean, Africa, Canada, Jamaica and here in the United States.
A certified Bible Worker and Vice President of Laos Ministry, the Lord has laid a burden on my heart
and has been a blessing in garnering many souls for the kingdom. I love the Lord and my life goal as a
Christian is to see the coming of our Christ in the shortest possible time and be ready.
Over the years, I have served in all offices of the church with the burning desire for cohesiveness
amongst the family of God that the world can say, oh how they love each other.
My favourite book is the Bible and spends time reading the word every day. My favourite scripture
passage can be found in the Epistle of Paul to the Philippians 3 v 10, which says, ‘That I might know
Christ and the power of His resurrection’.
I love singing, although it is not my best attribute. My favourite song is ‘Just over the mountain in the
promised land, lies the Holy City, built by God’s own hands.
My work for the cause of Christ has been extensive and has led me to Organize and conduct annual
Health Fair and mission trips in Jamaica and Kenya since 2011 and a supporter of food for the poor
with their Haitian mission. Annual back to school supplies and treat for schools in North East St.
I am currently pursuing a Masters in conflict management and a BSc in Biblical Hermeneutics with
the Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary, Ohio, 2016-2021.
I am a Notary Public, a Member of American Association of Notaries since ’97. I am the father of four
grown children, two boys and two girls.
As we are in the stage of the end of earth as we know it let us be ready, put away idleness and the
sins that so easily beset us.
Michael Stephenson was born in Jamaica and lived in the British Virgin Islands before settling in the USA. He has served in various ministries in Plantation SDA church ever since he returned to the path that Jesus was calling him to 20 years ago.
Although he now serves as Plantation’s Mission Council chair he believes in ministry where essentially anyone can be a servant and there are opportunities at all levels of the organization for the Spirits giftedness to operate.
He is a strong advocate for Bible exploration with a sensitivity to contemporary applications – experiencing and living the word so that it can be believed in our culture and sphere of influence. This being a core foundation of our mandate and purpose in Christ.
Michael is married to Janice and they are blessed with 2 sons: Michael Jr. and Matthew. He is a Technology Consultant who spends too much time working but takes it as an opportunity to represent Christ to the unchurched in very real, practical ways. When he's not working, he enjoys amateur photography. A surprising fact about Michael is that he was the smallest kid in the entire high school until Grade 9.