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There are good Bahamian men
Twelve years ago, springing out of my observations and concerns about the dearth of authentic, morally sound Bahamian men, I wrote an article entitled: “New Breed of Bahamian Men Needed”. In that article I expounded on two main points why Bahamia...
 
 
Forgiveness is a two-way street
“Forgive us our sins; for we also forgive every one that is indebted to us.” – Luke 11:4 At 10:30 a.m. on any given Sunday, I am usually in church at the organ for Worship Service that begins at 10 a.m. About this time according to the order o...
 
 
A ministry focused on going rather than waiting for people to come
Pastor Timothy Dorsett is on a mission to impact the world through spirit-filled ministry and by being a beacon of light in a dark world. He is seeking to accomplish his goal through Trinity Outreach International Ministries, the church where he will...
 
 
We should always be governed by the word of God
“God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their surging. Th...
 
 
It’s time to grow up
Now some may mumble under their breath when they initially read the title of this particular article it’s time to grow up, this is not for me, it’s obviously for young kids. Please my friend, don’t tune me out yet as this article could indeed b...
 
 
Gospel artists unite for restoration — a hurricane relief concert
A number of Bahamian gospel artists are coming together in an effort to raise funds to assist their countrymen who were impacted by the recent passing of Hurricane Matthew in a concert. Bishop Denczil Rolle & Friends, Landlord, Edison Sumner &am...
 
 
Power and control in the church
The misapplication of power and control is perhaps the greatest scourge against the human race. Unfortunately, one of the institutions that have led this painful pathway is the church. Another institution, painfully so, is the family. Regrettably, w...
 
 
Jesus is the captain
“Let us cross over to the other side.” – Mark 4:35 During the time that I am driving in the car I usually listen to the classical music station — void of talk, the soothing sounds coming from the great composers keeps me alert and ever min...
 
 
Evangelistic Temple hosts
After the devastation left behind by Hurricane Matthew, women will be reminded that God strengthens, anoints and has appointed them to confront every challenge or crisis in their lives with courage at Evangelistic Temple’s “Women After The Heart ...
 
 
Bahamas Methodist Habitat volunteers help to rebuild Andros after Hurricane Matthew
Bahamas Methodist Habitat (BMH) the disaster outreach ministry of the Bahamas Conference of the Methodist Church dedicated to disaster relief and home repair in The Bahamas is in Andros helping to clean up and rebuild in the aftermath of Hurricane Ma...
 
 
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