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By Canon S Sebastian Campbell
UNDER the patronage of the Bishop Laish Boyd, Sr, and Boyd, the Anglican Chorale will be presenting its ninth annual Festival of Hymns and Anthems at Christ Church Cathedral, George Street, on Sunday, November 16. The concert starts at 4pm and admission is free; an offering will be taken.
By KEVIN EWING
ALREADY successful in the Bahamas, gospel singer Ricardo Clarke is now garnering international attention with his hit single “Don’t Count Me Out”. Over the past year, the song has been playing on radio stations in 20 countries outside of the Bahamas; primarily the US, UK, Canada, France, Russia, Australia and Japan.
By REV ANGELA PALACIOUS
ON National Heroes Day this year, all roads led to Adelaide Village where the Anglican Church Men (ACM) of St James Parish hosted their ninth annual Father R F Anthony Roberts’ ‘King of the Grill’ Fest.
YOU must have heard the story of a woman cutting off the edge of a leg of ham every time before boiling. She did it because her mother did it, who did it because her mother did it.
By Allison Miller
By Kevin L A Ewing
THE Ladies Department of the Highway Church of God (Bahamas) this week met in the National Ladies Convention under the theme “Faith to Overcome” at the historic Church of God Temple located KD Josey Way and Crooked Island Street.
“PRAY always and do not lose heart” (Luke 18:1) is a direct word from the Lord for every generation. It is a reminder that this is the way to cope with the unexpected, the predictable and the overwhelming circumstances of life. If an unjust judge will succumb to the persistent requests of a desperate widow, how much more will a loving and just God respond to the desires of those whose petitions are in keeping with God’s holy will. We have to keep the faith and believe that a delay in the delivery is not a denial of love and care for us. Will the Son of Man find faith on Earth when he comes? If we, who are supposed to be Christians, keep the faith the answer to Jesus’ question (Luke 18:8) will be yes.
“A community church...a family church...a church with dynamic preaching...a progressive Methodist church.” These are all descriptions and other salutary comments that have been made to describe St Michael’s Methodist Church in Chippingham.
By ALESHA CADET
UNDER THE theme “We Are Family, Does It Matter?”, the Pastoral Care Ministry of Saint James Anglican Church recently held a seminar to promote its platform.