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A ‘natural high’ when Christians are called
In his pastoral letter, The Right Reverend Laish Boyd, bishop of The Bahamas and The Turks and Caicos Islands, encouraged Anglicans to “keep a holy Lent,” as they went into their annual Lenten Mission. He reminded them that Lent is a season to jo...
 
 
Believers around the world to come together to pray for The Bahamas
Believers around the world will come together to pray for The Bahamas during World Day of Prayer (WDP), a worldwide movement of Christian women of many traditions who come together to observe a common day of prayer each year, and who, in many countri...
 
 
In baptism, we die to sin and live to righteousness
“At once the Spirit sent him out into the wilderness, and he was in the wilderness forty days, being tempted [a] by Satan. He was with the wild animals, and angels attended him.” – Mark 1:12-13   The first Sunday in Lent has us focused o...
 
 
Attention please! Attention please!
I’m sure we’ve all heard the words in the title of today’s article many times, perhaps at a railway station when we hear an announcement on the P.A. System which sounds like this “Attention please! Attention please! The train from Chicago w...
 
 
Sing ya sing and shake ya tambourine
Most people have heard the saying “old time religion” but many may not know that it is the Gospel, presented pure and simple. So it goes without saying that many people may not know about the historic Crooked Island Ol’e Fashion’ Church Progr...
 
 
Elks Lodge members worship at St. Peter’s Anglican Church
Members of The Elks Lodge were reminded by Father Chester Burton, that during the Lenten season, the main thrust and focus for all Christians is to be transformed for the dawn of Easter. The priest in charge at St. Peter’s Anglican Church in Simms...
 
 
Helping children with their homework
Homework is very important because it helps students to apply principles they have been taught in the classroom and achieve mastery. It also assists in the development of critical thinking and original thought. More importantly, it develops accountab...
 
 
The gym of life
What and where is your gym — any gym? Is it a sophisticated one for the elites or the plain simple ones for the plebeians? Or do you just get in a good old workout on the park or along the roadway? Call it whatever you like, but it’s the place wh...
 
 
Jesus is the only cure for all our ills
“It is written, that man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God.” – Luke 4:4   Prior to The Bahamas obtaining majority rule in January 1967, the Southern Recreation ground was the meeting place for the voices of justice,...
 
 
God’s love is abiding
In spite of everything that people might encounter or feel, they should always be aware that they are accepted and loved by God. God’s love was the abiding message preached during the midday Ash Wednesday service by Dean Patrick Adderley, rector at...
 
 
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