Logos Hope

Logos Hope

Logos Hope Visits The Bahamas! Over 45 million people in more than 150 different countries have walked up one of our ship's gangways to visit our floating book fairs. For a significant number of visitors, it is their first ever opportunity to purchase good quality literature available at a fraction of its retail value. Many people without the means to study have learned vital skills and been able to enhance their lives through a purchase from over 5,000 titles on offer, including books for further education, professional and career interests, individual development and personal growth.

Logos HopeBringing Knowledge
The books have been carefully chosen to be of interest to every member of the family, and with the educational, social and moral needs of the local community in mind. A large selection is devoted especially to children. The vast selection of English books is supplemented by local language materials where possible. In many ports, significant numbers of books are also donated to help establish or enhance libraries for the public, schools, colleges and universities.

Visitors also have opportunities to meet the international crew representing up to 50 nations, providing insights into the wider world, while interactive programmes and events offer further opportunities to learn and fresh perspectives for the future.

Bringing Help
Sailing from port to port, the crew experience the needs of the world first-hand. Being in a position to help whether by donating supplies, building a house, or offering a listening ear is both a privilege and a responsibility. The ships seek to bring aid and relief in situations of particular need as a practical demonstration of God's love for mankind. Coupled with their focus on education, this approach aims not only to alleviate immediate needs, but also to bring long-term change in each community.

Bringing Hope
Every person has an inbuilt need for hope and purpose in life. Our volunteer crew seeks to bring new hope by their service on board as a community focused on the needs of others. They offer hope through their unity in diversity, their actions and their interaction with others. Our faith is the foundation for our service, and every crewmember has a story to tell of a transformation in their personal life that has given them hope and purpose. The ship community desires to live out this message of hope in the ports visited and this is done with greatest respect for and sensitivity towards the culture of the community hosting the ship.

Where To Find Us

Logos Hope Is Coming To The Bahamas!


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Company:
Logos Hope
Island:
Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
Area:
DownTown
Phone
242-828-4253
Website:
http://www.logoshope.org/en/
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Opening Hours

Monday -- closed --
Tuesday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Wednesday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Thursday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Sunday 2:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Logos Hope

LOGOS HOPE SHIP RETURN TO THE BAHAMAS


KEY FACTS:
- Logos Hope is the world’s largest floating book fair
- Over 5, 000 titles of books onboard
- All different types pf books available – children’s, academic, dictionaries, atlases
- Visitor Experience Deck is open to public
- Includes movie, interactive display, International Café with ice cream, snacks & drinks
- Over 193 ports of call. 76 Countries and territories visited
- Over 8 million visitors onboard
- Over 8 ½ million books purchased on board
- 121, 792 nautical miles sailed so far
- Logos Hope hitting Trinidad, Barbados & Jamaica in route to Bahamas
- MV Logos Hope open to public at Prince George Wharf Saturday March 21st to Sunday March 29th, 2020

Logos Hope Brings International Crew


Logos Hope Brings International Crew

OM in The Bahamas welcomes back to our shores, one of OM’s ministries, Logos Hope, the world’s largest floating bookfair, will soon arrive in Nassau, Bahamas, two years after her last visit. Our crewmembers are excited to visit this port again.

Claudia Robb, from The Bahamas, is one of the 400 volunteers on board. She joined the ship in her own country. Just before joining...[Read More Here]