Logos Hope ready to drop anchor at Flour Mill

The anticipation of 8 years has been worth it for many Barbadians, but the latest chapter in OM vessels’ book-ships will arrive in 8 days time and be open to Barbadians by the Flour Mill.

BajanReporter.com broke the item since April and just liaised with young project coordinators at the media conference room of the James St Methodist Church in Bridgetown earlier today, a three-member delegation greeted the coterie of reporters.

From Durban is 22 year old Project Manager Esther Thring who outlined the opening hours;-

Ms Thring also explained the purpose of Logos Hope has expanded from just selling books from 5,000 topics, they now make sure wherever they drop anchor is aware of health and the ills of people smuggling, and more importantly, to let them know of their individual significance through Ministry;-

The Caribbean is a part of the global village on board the vessel of 400 volunteers, Logos Hope moves with 60 countries and different Christian denominations but all strong in their faith and Trinidadian Lincoln Bacchus revealed some of the community projects they plan to unveil while here until the 17th of this month;-

The next leg of their journey is Latin America so they plan to be offloading as much of the English literature as they can, who knows, you may get quite a few bargains come the 9th up to the 17th?

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