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A local church hopes its annual women’s conference will not only break down denominational boundaries, but also bring about unification and empowerment in the proclamation of the gospel.
Advent began last Sunday, December 2, and continues to Christmas Eve. There are four weeks in this season. Hold the breaks; no, it’s not Christmas yet!
Based on the music, decorations and clothing out now, we know everyone is anticipating Christmas. If not for Junkanoo, then for the shopping and decorating. If not that, then for the food. Of course the holiday and days off are a bonus as well.
This Friday is set to be a night of miracles, signs and wonders, according to Latasha Taylor Ministries, which will host worship encounter at Mount Tabor Church.
An experience dedicated to “unrestrained, prophetic intercession and worship” is being promised by the organisers of “The Refreshing”.
The Bible is normally referred to as the word of God or God’s word. This suggests that although God spoke many words, they are all one. One in unity, one in love, one in obedience, one in righteousness and one in judgement.
Advent is the time to consider the impossible.
WHILE our neighbours to the north celebrate Thanksgiving this month, we continue to have harvest thoughts as well, so that it all speaks to us of being grateful. Jeremiah writes: “But these people have stubborn and rebellious hearts; they have turned aside and gone away. They do not say to themselves, ‘Let us fear the Lord our God, who gives autumn and spring rains in season, who assures us of the regular weeks of harvest.’ Your wrongdoings have kept these away; your sins have deprived you of good.” (Jeremiah 5:23-25)
WHEN Samuel was a child, he flourished in prominence with the Lord and men. He was the son of Hannah, a woman who prayed to God year after year for a child. When
Under the theme “Gloria in Excelsis Deo”, members of the St Matthew’s Anglican Sunrise Choir and Friends are gearing up to host their popular annual Christmas production.
THIS Friday, November 30, a service of thanksgiving will be held at the Parish Church of Christ the King Ridgeland Park West to mark the official retirement from the sacred priesthood by James E Palacious, Archdeacon in the Anglican Diocese of the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands.
THE leadership, members and partners of Calvary Deliverance Church East Street South have come to a very special time of the year. This Sunday, they will celebrate and extend their love and thanks to Senior Pastor Bishop James Newry and Elder Queenie Newry on the occasion their sixth pastoral anniversary.
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The Assemblies of Brethren in the Bahamas, along with family and some friends, will be hosting a concert to benefit the Cat Island Children’s Home this Sunday at the East Street Gospel Chapel that will feature the Region Bells singing groups.