Women embrace Solomon’s message, ‘I am Enough’

The goal to have women leave this year’s Beauty Beyond Feelings summit feeling empowered, motivated and confident was well met, according to organisers who staged the event with a Bible-inspired theme. The women attending the conference embraced the message of Solomon 4:7: “I am Enough”.

Henry Knowles to be ordained at Wesley Methodist

REV Henry Aaron Knowles will be ordained to the Ministry of Word, Sacrament and Order in the Bahamas Conference of the Methodist Church tonight at the Wesley Methodist Church in Harbour Island, Eleuthera.

Call for a national day of prayer

I PICKED up the Tribune on January 4, 2016 and the headlines read: “Two dead, nine fight for their lives” Shootings mark bloody start to the New Year”, and again on January 13, 2016, “Policeman held for sex attack. Officer is accused of assault on child.”

‘Mediocre people tend to be tamed and subdued by obstacles, but great leaders always rise above them’

EVERY obstacle introduces a person to himself. How we respond to obstacles in our life is important. The Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5, 6, 7) has been described as the gospel within the gospel. The good news exudes from it simply because it deals with the obvious obstacles in human existence.

MEDITATION: Pre-Valentine prayers

As we approach the month of February, the last Christmas decorations are coming down and the Valentine hearts are going up.

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Ebenezer’s youth arm engage in community clean-up

THE youth arm of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Exuma recently volunteered their time to engage in a clean-up campaign.

Holiday spirit to help those with medical needs

The Sunrise Choir and friends at St Matthew’s Anglican Church will celebrate their 10th annual Christmas production next week.

Cursillo Movement bids farewell to Herbert Scott

THE Cursillo Movement within the Bahamas is alive and continues with the work of God in the renewing of His church. It is an international movement found all over the world.

The real meaning of Advent

WITH so many marching to the tune of the commercial drummer, it’s nigh impossible to get the point about Advent across to the gullible consumer community. It is now all “shop until you drop”.

A time to ask for revelation

REVELATION is to uncover or reveal something that always existed. The mysteries of life are constantly being revealed through spiritual knowledge, notably via our dreams. Those that are depleted, lack or dismiss such knowledge will continue to conclude life as frustrating and difficult.

Concert to ‘Celebrate Jesus’

The Evangelist Eugene Munroe Music Ministry will celebrate “the real reason for Christmas” during a special concert on Sunday night.

Spreading the gospel through ‘Riddles, Poems and Stories’

To be a Christian and not read the Holy Bible is counterproductive to one’s spiritual growth.

Calvary Deliverance Church to celebrate pastoral appreciation

CALVARY Deliverance Church will celebrate its third Pastoral Appreciation Services next week under the Theme “Celebrating the Labourers That Dwell among Us” taken from 1st Thessalonians 5:12-13.

Call for a National Day of Prayer and Thanksgiving in January

THE Bahamas Global Impact Prayer and Fasting Network and affiliate organisations have launched a campaign to have the January 10 public holiday observed as a National Day of Prayer and Thanksgiving for the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.

Stuart Manor Primary worships at Ebenezer

STUART Manor Primary School Principal Margaret Woodside, along with Marlene Hall, Olive McPhee, Shantel McKenzie, parents and students, recently visited Ebenezer Union Baptist in Exuma to worship God and thank Him for His guidance, protection and wisdom.