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Start: 05:49 PM 02/28/2020

End: 05:50 PM 02/29/2020

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Week of Prayer
White Memorial Church February 15-22, 2020
Theme: “Christ in the Coming Crisis”
Saturday evening (5:00 PM), February 15: “The End Is Near”
Sunday evening (6:00 PM), February 16: “Sunday Law”
Monday evening (6:00 PM), February 17: “The Mark”
Tuesday evening (6:00 PM), Februay 18: “Trouble Time”
Wednesday evening (6:00 PM), February 19: “Millennium”
Thursday evening (6:00 PM), February 20: “The Sealing”
Friday evening (6:00 PM), February 21: “The Thief”
Saturday morning (11:15 AM), February 22: “The Most Important Question”
Short bio
Pastor Ferdinand Regalado is currently the lead pastor of Edinburg Seventh-day Adventist Church in Texas. Before coming to Texas as a pastor, he taught Hebrew and Old Testament classes in the School of Theology at Walla Walla University in the state of Washington. He served as a teacher and a pastor in the Seventh-day Adventist Church for more than 20 years. He served as a graduate and undergradute teacher at the Adventist University of the Philippines from 1994 to 2007. Then, he taught at Montemorelos University in Mexico for 5 years. He is fluent in Spanish, Tagalog, and English.
A graduate of the Adventist University of the Philippines with a Bachelor of Arts in Theology and a Bachelor of Arts in History and Philosophy of Religion (1992), Pastor Regalado received his Master of Arts in Religion (Old Testament) in 1996, and a PhD in Religion (Old Testament) in 2004 from the Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies. In 2017, he finished his Master of Education (Curriculum & Instruction) from Walla Walla University. Currently, he is pursuing a doctorate in ministry with emphasis in urban ministry from Andrews University. Ferdi, as his friends call him, is a native of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro, Philippines, and is married to Charito Cariaga, a former elementary school teacher. They were blessed with two daughters: Lyndsay, who is a freshman college student, and Samantha, who is currently a freshman high school student.