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Female Anglican Ordinand checks three things off her to-do-list
Anglican Ordinand Jassica Castillo-Burley has been able to check three things off her to-do list after a recent four-week visit to The Bahamas. She visited a diocese that is a part of the global Anglican Communion; observed the worship experience wit...
 
 
My last words
Dear readers, this is the final part in a four-part series in which I have sought to define or clarify the terms often used regarding sexuality that are misunderstood by many. I have already shared on the terms transgender, transsexual, intersex and ...
 
 
Calvary Deliverance Church to host 34th Annual Convention
Calvary Deliverance Church (CDC) will host its 34th annual convention under the theme “A New Vision”. The five-day convention hosted by CDC Senior Pastor James Newry will feature speakers Pastor Frank Ray, out of Tennessee; Evangelist Carnetta F...
 
 
Bahamas Striping to host second day of prayer for small and medium-sized businesses
Thirteen years ago First Step Academy (FSA) opened its doors with six students and three staff members. Today its enrollment is 630 and growing, with the school set to open its fourth location in the new school year. “Prayer is everything. I start...
 
 
Blessed by God
“Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord; and the people he hath chosen for his own inheritance.” – Psalm 33:12   Never mind that July 10 is behind us, and decorations are slowly being taken down that were proudly displayed in honor ...
 
 
Run the race
The female membership of the National Baptist Women’s Convention were reminded that they can no longer afford to sit on the sidelines of the social and economic fence and do nothing, and still expect things to change. Convention president Reverend...
 
 
Christian love is about being neighborly
“But he wanted to justify himself, so he asked Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?” In reply Jesus said, “A man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, when he fell into the hands of robbers. They stripped him of his clothes, beat him and went ...
 
 
St. Matthew’s Anglican Church youth members engage in spiritual retreat in Inagua, engage in educational pursuits and visit sick and shut-ins
The youthful members of St. Matthew’s traveled to Matthew Town, Inagua, for a spiritual retreat, but also took time out from their fun, frolic and fellowship to help beautify the St. Philip Church and Parish Hall by picking up trash; and to bring a...
 
 
Make the best of it
Let’s face it, we all go through periods in life which are not to our liking as we traverse the ups and downs on the proverbial road to success. Now when things are not going too well in any phase of our life at home or at work, we always have a ch...
 
 
Understanding the terms, pt. 2
In my previous column, I defined and clarified different terms about sexuality that are often misunderstood and misused. I explained that transgender people are not homosexuals by definition, and that transgender persons feel they are psychologically...
 
 
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