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Anything goes
After seven years of worshipping under a tent, the membership at Holy Trinity A.M.E. Zion Church are of the mind to get started on construction of the edifice that will become their permanent home. They will host a unique event that they have dubbed ...
 
 
Official retirement service for Bishop Michael Symonette on Sunday
After 51 years as bishop and general superintendent of The St. John Particular Church of Native Baptists, Reverend Dr. Michael C. Symonette will be officially stepping aside. The official retirement service for Symonette will take place at St. John ...
 
 
God is aware of your situation
“So I say to you: Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened. “Which of you fathers, if yo...
 
 
Pastors of Prayer celebrate 13th anniversary
A number of pastors were reminded that God placed a special call on them to serve and to lead his people during the 13th anniversary celebration of Pastors of Prayer International, by Bishop Ian Brathwaite, Pastor of Prayer’s president. Brathwaite...
 
 
Cure hate with love
Someone remarked to me the other day that the world right now at the beginning of the 21st Century appears to be loaded with hate. This person, having made that comment, inquired from me as to why I think this is so number one, and number two, how do...
 
 
The church is messing up
It is amazing that almost every week a new church has been organized in the country. We have more churches than bar rooms. But with all these churches the landscape of the social and spiritual condition of our nation is not changing. “It also appe...
 
 
Jesus has the answer for every storm
Let us cross over to the other side.” – Mark 4:35   We are ending celebrations marking the 43rd anniversary of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas becoming an independent nation. It seemed that it was just yesterday when emotions rang high as ...
 
 
An evening of acoustic worship
Acoustic music is made naturally, without the use of electricity or electronics. It is any type of natural sound, and it is essentially synonymous with the term “unplugged”. The music is played without amps, electronic keyboards or any instrument...
 
 
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 ...
 
 
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