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​SAD Celebrates 2014 as Year of the Literature Evangelist

BY TERCIO MARQUES, South American Division publishing director

To celebrate the ministry of literature evangelists and affirm their calling, the South American Division (SAD) scheduled a series of union-wide Literature Evangelist (LE) Congresses. As of February, three unions have already conducted LE congresses, coordinated in the following unions by their respective Publishing directors:

South Brazil Union

January 28-30

Hélio Machado

Northwest Brazil Union

February 3-5

Cicero Rodrigues

Bolivia Union

February 10-12

Fabio Novais

During these events literature evangelists were honored, recognized, and awarded for their commitment, years of service, and performance.

In the Bolivia Union, the LE Congress featured a dedication service for newly credentialed literature evangelists. This service confirmed their calling and challenged them to remain faithful and maintain their status. It also motivated other LEs to work harder

Howard F. Faigao, General Conference publishing director, attended each congress, as did SAD publishing house leaders and union administrators.

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