Bulletin# 4, August 30, 2015

After a blessed Sabbath day full of encouraging messages, experiences, a variety of praise items, another work day began early with a group prayer meeting. The brethren gathered in groups of two or three in order to together send their prayers to the throne of grace, pleading for the presence of the Lord and the guidance of His Holy Spirit throughout the day.

Morning Worship
Br. A. Gessner conducted the morning worship. He began with the passage from 1Peter 5:7-8. “Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you. Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:”

“There is no need for anyone to be anxious about the toils and problems of every day life,” he emphasized. “For if we cast all such cares upon Jesus, who knows what is the best for us all, we can rest assured that all that comes our way is for our best, and that blessings will follow.”

“If you feel yourself to be the greatest sinner, Christ is just what you need, the greatest Saviour. Lift up your head and look away from yourself, away from your sin, to the uplifted Saviour; away from the poisonous, venomous bite of the serpent to the Lamb of God who taketh away the sin of the world.If we feel that we are the greatest sinner Christ is just what we need.” Lift Him Up 256.6

As we ended this worship time, the delegates joined their voices in singing the words of the hymn “There Was One Who Was Willing.” This hymn reflects on the beautiful hope we all share as a people of God. The united voices of the delegates representing our church worldwide brought a solemn and touching atmosphere into the meeting hall.


Business of the Day
One hundred and seventy-three delegates were seated to start the business of the day at 9:00am Sunday. Br. Sureshkumar addressed the session with a few words of encouragement, after which the session initiated with a season of prayers. The work began as the various delegates separated into their respective committees.

The committees came together once again at 4:00pm, and the temporary Bylaws Committee presented a partial report. As Br. Davi P. Silva, a member of the Bulletin Committee, was elected as the President of the General Conference on Friday, it was resolved that another person should take his place in the Bulletin Committee. Sr. Olivine E. Uy was nominated and elected as the new member of that Committee.

After much prayerful consideration, three names were presented for the office of First Vice President by the Nominating Committee. The First Vice President is to reside in the United States in order to directly assist the GC President. After 2 rounds of votes Br. Peter Lausevic was elected as the General Conference First Vice President. Br. Lausevic gave a word of thanks and asked for the support of the brethren all around the world in their prayers. Prayers were offered for Br. Peter by Br. Silva, and Br. Sureshkumar.


The temporary committees: Nominating, Doctrinal, Bylaws and Medical, resumed for another 40 minutes of work, after which the work day was concluded.

The Bulletin Committee,
Olivine E. Uy
Adrian Finaru
Csongor Matyas



  1. Simon Mumba August 31, 2015 at 1:20 am - Reply

    Iam very happy with the on going GC Session. The Lord is choosing His able men and women who should continue working in His vineyard. Let us remain united to advance the work of saving souls. John 17:20,21. Congratulations to Br. Silva and Br. Peter.

  2. João Baptista Praia August 31, 2015 at 2:21 am - Reply

    Deus seja louvado pela eleição do PR Peter a 1º Vice- Presidente da SDARMGC, que o Senhor abençoe o trabalho dos delegados.

  3. David August 31, 2015 at 5:04 am - Reply

    God bless

  4. Kapukuta Mulenga Chilufya August 31, 2015 at 7:39 am - Reply

    Thanks be to our God!!! Let us be happy and thankful for his loving kindness which he has shown to his heritage (SDARM). My dear newly elected GC officers, the lord can never be wrong to put you in charge of his work. He knows all your needs… yet he trusts you with the great work of managing the affairs of the work for which he shed his blood. He has promissed he will never leave you. Trust him.

  5. jerome bayavugiriki August 31, 2015 at 10:59 am - Reply

    God bless you.remember that you are the voice of God in this world

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