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Two honored by WOIA
Hard work and selflessness never go unnoticed. It was with this in mind that Irene Davis, of Harbour Island, and Carolyn Moss, from Upper Bogue, North Eleuthera, were honored by World Overcomers International Association (WOIA). Davis, who is known ...
 
 
Persistency plus consistency
As all of my valued readers will be aware of, these article are all about getting ahead in life, they’re about succeeding at all that you undertake. Now having spent some time setting one’s individual goals for all areas of one’s overall life, ...
 
 
The message from the 2017 general election
On May 10th Bahamians exercised their democratic right and duty in electing a new government. We celebrate the fact that the election was once again a peaceful exercise. That is something that cannot be taken for granted in a world and local environm...
 
 
How to deal with people who are grieving
I’ve observed that far too many people are insensitive toward persons who are grieving the loss of a loved one. They ask too many questions or the wrong questions. They do not know how to provide support without interrogation. They do not appreciat...
 
 
Sir Orville Turnquest’s intriguing book on the Duke of Windsor’s years in The Bahamas
“Love, love alone caused King Edward to leave the throne. I say, love, love, love, love, love alone caused King Edward to leave the throne.” This Bahamian ballad, made famous in the 40s and 50s by great Bahamian musicians such as the late George...
 
 
Rahming Brothers to honor mothers
Rosalee Rahming is no longer around for her sons to shower her with gifts on the day set aside to honor mothers, so the Rahming Brothers, an a cappella gospel group, have for many years blessed other mothers with their gift of song, and will continue...
 
 
A mother does not have to be biological
“The watchman opens the gate for him, and the sheep listen to his voice. He calls his own sheep by name and leads them out. When he has brought out all his own, he goes on ahead of them, and his sheep follow him because they know his voice. But the...
 
 
The light is getting brighter
I’m sure that many as they approach a long tunnel either while driving an automobile or traveling in a train, get a bit apprehensive as the light dims and we can only see a small speck of light way off in the distance at the end of the tunnel. I kn...
 
 
Let’s keep sex in the right context
Hundreds of years ago, a teaching evolved about sex that continued down through the centuries until it became a natural part (in some people’s minds) of the Christian beliefs: the belief that sex is sinful. Then in the 18th century, these teachings...
 
 
Bishop Delton Fernander assumes top office
A Christian Council that is visible and action-oriented is what new president Bishop Delton Fernander promises people will be able to see just days after his election to the top post. “As a council we’re really here to help. And you’re going t...
 
 
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