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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...
We are a blessed people
“Come and see what God has done, how awesome his works in man’s behalf!” Psalms 66:5   We in The Bahamas like to complain. We complain about everything. When we do, we place the blame at everybody’s doorstep except our own. Maybe we c...
What’s at the end of your rainbow?
Now I’m sure that when some read the title of this particular article, what’s at the end of your rainbow — they may indeed be a bit puzzled. However some will be aware of Irish folklore depicting a crock of gold at the end of the rainbow. Yes i...
Project Hope lends a helping hand
Whenever there is a disaster in The Bahamas, Pastor Mario Moxey of Bahamas Harvest Church activates the disaster relief arm of the church, called “Project Hope”. The goal of the organization – which has been assisting those in need for the pas...
Mission and Evangelism Ministry of the Nassau Circuit hosting ‘Night Of Revival Services’
Lisa S. King For The Guardian   With the pressures of this life forcing the hearts of many to “wax cold”, the Mission and Evangelism Ministry of the Nassau Circuit is inviting the public to attend its 2nd Annual "Night Of Revival Services...
Take your burden to God in prayer
“Then Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they should always pray and not give up. He said: “In a certain town there was a judge who neither feared God nor cared about men. And there was a widow in that town who kept coming to hi...
Accumulated anger
Here’s a couple of questions for you to answer. #1. Do you know many people who appear to be angry day in and day out and #2. Are you perchance a person who at the slightest provocation seems to get very angry? Now I guess I already know the answe...
It’s time to laugh
It’s time to laugh again. When the pain is great and the hill seems too steep to climb, it is time to laugh. When the loss is unbelievable and the future looks dim, it is time to laugh. It is not time to laugh at your problem but to laugh at yourse...
Bahama Brass Band conducts outreach efforts
Continuing with their outreach efforts, the world famous Bahama Brass Band (in its 91st year) under the leadership of Brother David G. Beneby, national band director, touched down in the Pinewood and Redland Acres communities on Saturday, October 1. ...
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