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Salem Union Baptist church hosts benefit concert for Patricia Bazard

The Salem Union Baptist Church is rallying around Patricia Bazard, a well-known community leader who has been diagnosed with cancer.

Special activities to mark Bishop Ros Davis’ sapphire jubilee

Bishop Ros Davis is celebrating his sapphire jubilee. After 45 years as senior pastor of the Golden Gates World Outreach Ministries, his church family is honouring him with special activities.

Using your global positioning system

“Whatever you do , you need courage, whatever course you decide upon, there is always someone to tell you that you are wrong. There are always difficulties arising that tempt you to believe your critics are right.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Confirming lives

THE excitement surrounding the recent confirmation service held at St Martin’s Anglican Church, Abaco, will linger in the hearts and minds of the many who attended.

Cursillo secretariat elects its new leader

With a new leader in place, the Bahamas Anglican Cursillo is now ready to face 2018 head on.

A salute to Sir Durward Knowles

Someone once asked me why angels don’t appear as commonly as they did in biblical days. My response: because God has now given them a human face. Angles are now white, black, Conchy Joe, PLP, FNM, Baptist, Anglican et cetera.

Annointed to survive

In Judges 6, we find a great biblical example of God’s supernatural victory plan working against all odds. In this passage, we can see how God’s plan defiles natural circumstances, but it brings victory every time.

Conference to emancipate women from powerlessness

Inspiring women to find their place and purpose in God is the central theme of Evangelistic Temple’s upcoming conference which will kick off next week.

MEDITATION: Severe pain

It is so hard to cope with the shock of sudden death. How do we recover when a loved one is gone for good on this side of Jordan? It is so easy to believe that life is not worth living. It is quite normal to doubt whether one will ever smile, much less laugh again.

Family matters: Fam Fest attracts international gospel artists

THE largest number of international gospel artists since Fam Fest’s inception attended this year’s concert at Arawak Cay last weekend.

Keep your eyes on the prize

Many times in life we face numerous distractions that cause us to take our eyes off the proverbial prize. In the timeshare industry, sales consultants are often reminded to “keep the main thing, the main thing”, which is closing the sale.

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Kingdom Mime celebrates 10 year anniversary with training conference and workshop

KINGDOM Mime, the Bahamas chapter of the world’s largest international mime gathering––Paneh MegaMime––is celebrating ten years of its ministry this weekend with its Mime Training Conference and Workshop.

Pilgrim Baptist Temple celebrates 70 years of worship

PILGRIM Baptist Temple is marking a milestone this year – 70 years of worship and service to the community.

Seeing the church in a new light – Panel discussion seeks to bridge the gap between old and young –

WHAT is the major function of the church? Is it just a place for people to assemble once a week? How do you heal from church hurt? How can the gap between older and younger believers be closed?

Born Again Ministries celebrates church unity with well-known US pastors

“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down upon the beard, even Aaron’s beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments; As the dew of Hermon, and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore.” (Psalm 133)

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