Join Us Live – International Bible Students Convention – August 5 thru 10, 2014

The 17th International Convention of Bible Students will be held from Tuesday evening August 5 through Sunday August 10, 2014 in Szczyrk, Poland.  

The convention will be broadcast live on the Internet. 

There is a new website (in English) with the Program, Adobe Connect Broadcast links and General Information for the International Convention of Bible Students.  The convention will start 7 pm Tuesday evening (Polish time) August 5 and last through Sunday August 10, 2014 in Szczyrk, Poland.  Note that U.S. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) is 6 hours behind the Convention times so the start will be 1 pm EDT.
 
Here is the link for English speaking:   http://szczyrk2014.wordpress.com

 

You watch online (not English speaking) at http://bpsw.pl/szczyrk-2014.  Poland is six (6) hours ahead of Eastern Daylight Time.  Please keep in mind that discourses are broadcast in the language of the speaker and are translated into various languages over unique FM radio frequencies for those attending the convention.
 
We expect over 1,000 brethren to attend the convention representing the following countries:  Australia, Austria, Canada, Croatia, England, France, Germany, Ghana, India, Israel, Italy, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Singapore, Sweden, and Ukraine.  There will be a baptismal service as well as a public meeting.  The convention begins each morning at 9:00 AM Polish time (3:00 AM EDT)  and concludes at 7:00 PM (1:00 PM EDT).  It is not possible to list all the sessions here, but the program should appear on the website.  The convention begins Tuesday with a concert at 7:00 PM by those attending the choir camp prior to the convention.  Each evening ends with a vesper service from various countries.  On Sunday, August 10, the convention concludes with a performance by the convention choir.
 
We pray that the convention will bring glory and honor to Jehovah God and provide a blessing for all in attendance.  I thank all the brethren for their prayers, especially for those attending from countries with extreme political difficulties.

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