UNDER the theme “A Crib, A Cross, A Crown”, the Bahamas Christian Chorale is inviting sacred music lovers to attend its annual Lenten presentation of readings and chorale selections focusing on God’s plan of salvation for fallen mankind.
THE Easter season is the oldest on the Christian calendar. It encompasses the amazing events of Christ’s resurrection, ascension and the coming of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost (Whitsunday). These are seen, now as then, as a unit, each complementing the others, all essential to the total revelation of Christ’s mission. They came to be called “The Great Fifty Days.”
GOOD Friday is always solemn and sobering. It is a time to be reflective, repentant and many are pensive.
THE Mount Pleasant Green Baptist Church recently hosted its second annual speech competition under the theme “Gods’ Plan for the Family” that allowed young people to exercise their talents in public speaking.
THIS is the most sacred time in the church’s history, when we ponder the days leading up to Good Friday and Easter. What are some of the lessons that we can learn from the events of this week?
BILL and Gloria Gaither are known for writing and producing such songs as “He Touched Me,” “Something Beautiful,” “Let’s Just Praise the Lord,” and “The King is Coming” among others. Another of the over 400 songs written by this musical duo that strikes a responsive chord in many is “Because He Lives.”
MUSIC is the route Bahamian gospel artist Gesner “Mr J” Dalmond has chosen for many years to share his Christian walk, special messages and words of inspiration. Mr J’s songs have been the tool he has used to encourage other Christians in their personal journeys and to win souls for Christ.
John Wesley wrote this wonderful and well-loved communion hymn in which he calls upon God to do a number of things based on the resurrection from the dead of God’s son, Jesus.
LEADERS of the Anglican Church Women (ACW) of the Diocese of the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands met recently to discuss ways women are strengthening individuals, families, churches and communities by learning, living and sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Scores of young church-goers from as far as Orange Creek in the north to Port Howe in South Cat Island gathered at the entrance of Old Bight Primary School in celebration of Mothering Sunday on March 14.
PROVERBS 16:16 states, “How much better to get wisdom than gold! To get understanding is to be chosen rather than silver.”
THE last week of Lent and the week before Easter is the time in which the events in the last week of Jesus’ earthly ministry are remembered.
A DISCIPLE is someone who is a follower of one considered the master. In our case, Jesus Christ is our Lord and Master who sets a perfect example for us.
Throughout the ages, the great hyms of the church have been a source of encouragement, expression, inspiration and testimony to Christians’ faith all over the world. These hymns have formed the foundation for worship in every sect of Christendom.
For the purpose of strengthening the Body of Christ and sharing ideas among other believers, Christian youth leaders are encouraged to attend a special meeting tomorrow at the Mount Tabor Church.