More than 20 students will be graduating today from the Global College of Theology.
BEFORE I begin, what have you learned about being a good leader? Bearing those points in mind, you may read my suggestions and see how much we agree:
THE last week of Lent and the week before Easter is when the events in the last week of Jesus’ earthly ministry are remembered. The Prayer Book provides special services for most of these days and special readings for all of them.
THE Lively Stone Church of God, which started out as a church for senior citizens, celebrates its 19th anniversary this Sunday.
Being a Christian woman does not mean you cannot be a progressive woman.
THERE are several images that capture the essence of this statement: “Serenity in the midst of chaos.” Some are biblical and some may be more personal. What comes to your mind?
THE Rev Dr Charles Spurgeon was one of the greatest preachers of the Gospel. He served for many years at a chapel in London which accommodated 4,000 worshippers.
THE purpose of Lent is to renew and strengthen our spiritual lives. The Church makes ample opportunity for us to do this; there is an increase in spiritual opportunities that are tailor-made for the season.
Reggae gospel artist Gesner “Mr J” Dalmon is continuing with his mission to use his music for the greater good with the release of his new single, “No Gang Business”.
Year after year, the fight against crime continues for the members of the Commonwealth Baptist Church.
THE Bahamas Christian Council is calling all Bahamians to join in three days of prayer and fasting for the nation.
ROUNDING off a month filled with youth-focused activities, the Youth Department of Christ the King Anglican Church closed out last Sunday with a message reminding the congregation that no matter our special gifts of tongues, sacrifices, special knowledge or extraordinary faith, love is greater than anything else and there are no limitations to love.
AWARD-winning international recording artist Nigel Lewis will join a special fundraising concert for the Calvary Deliverance Church next week.
HERE we are in the solemn season of Lent once again. In the light of present global and national developments, it is an important time for us to each spend time in the presence of God to pray for wisdom, and to take time to think about the future.
THERE has been an excessive amount of arrogance expressed concerning this holy season of Lent, for, which the greater part of Christianity finds most fulfilling, both spiritually and otherwise. Most of our people are simply not aware of its importance and the possible impact it carries.