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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. ...
Seeing the other side of a hurricane
I have yet to meet anyone who loves storms or hurricanes. Persons who appear to have a liking for either seem to like the time off associated with them or the change of things. But as for any disaster, there is simply no fun. With winds of 120 to 140...
We should forgive and keep on forgiving
“If your brother or sister[a] sins against you, rebuke them; and if they repent, forgive them. Even if they sin against you seven times in a day and seven times come back to you saying ‘I repent,’ you must forgive them. The apostles said to the...
Change is an inside job
It was when I initially commenced my studies in Metaphysics that I heard the phrase, ‘Change Is an inside job’. Yes indeed it surely is. D. Paul, I’m afraid I don’t really understand exactly what you mean by that, could you elaborate, you may...
Emotional wellness after a hurricane
Thousands today are suffering due to wind and water damage of Hurricane Matthew. We will long remember this terrible disaster. Many have lost their homes, furniture, clothing and some even lost their cars. All residents of Grand Bahama, North Andros ...
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