Meditation - Making it all worthwhile

There are many people who are lonely, hurting, angry and afraid. They have little hope, peace or joy. Are you one of them? None of us is exempt from trials and tribulation the Bible tells us, and yet it is a hard thing to suffer justly and even more

Pastors expect the divine at upcoming prayer breakfast

UNDER the theme “Divine Acceleration”, members of True Vine Prayer and Deliverance Ministries will host their eighth annual prophetic prayer breakfast next Saturday.The event, set to take place at the Paul Farquharson Conference Centre, East Street,

The long and rich history of Adelaide's St James Anglican Church

The anti-slavery legislation passed by the British Parliament on March 23, 1807 prohibited an vessel engaging in slave traffic from being cleared from any port which was located in British Territory after March 1, 1808. Thereafter, slave ships were b

Pope urges believers not to remain silent- Baptises Nigerian migrant-hero during Easter Vigil -

Pope Francis last Saturday urged Catholics to not remain paralysed in the face of the injustices around them as he baptised eight adults, including a Nigerian beggar who became a hero in Italy for having disarmed a thief with his bare hands.In an Eas

Resurrection Sunday in Exuma

Rev Stephen Smith, along with his wife Krivoy Smith and the Ebenezer Family in Farmer’s Hill, Exuma, came together to commemorate and celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ last Easter weekend.He told the congregation that the resurrection of Jes

Finding love through faith

For the Christian who believes God must have forgotten them because their prayers for love have gone unanswered, a local singer has two new anthems to encourage and uplift.

Preparing for a transformative Cursillo weekend

Pray for candidates. Candidates chosen for a Cursillo weekend should be baptised, confirmed Anglicans who can be counted on to return to their environments for the purpose of witnessing to the power of the Holy Spirit in their own lives.

Anglican Church Women plan for a successful year ahead

The Anglican Church Women of the Diocese of the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands was formed in 1963 with a mission to enhance the spiritual growth and development of women who will share the gospel message with others, become actively involved in mission and ministry, and participate fully in the work of the Diocese.

Meditation – Total health

How do you treat the temple of the Lord? Is your mind renewed and your spirit transformed?

Anglicans celebrate youth month

CHRIST the King Anglican Church recently wrapped up its month-long celebrations that recognised and inspired many young people in the community.

A groundbreaking achievement

New Bethany seeks to battle anti-social behaviour in Englerston

Members of the Righteous Revolution Youth Ministry of the New Bethany Baptist Cathedral are proud to have recently broken ground on a new community park on Key West Street.

Rivers of Living Waters revival promises to be 'life-changing'

Under the theme “Crossing Over”, the members of Rivers of Living Waters Ministries International will host the church’s 2018 revival this week.The event will take place at Rivers of Living Waters on Soldier Road, beginning tonight at 7.30pm and conti

Sounding the spiritual battle cry

BELIEVERS from all throughout the Bahama Islands came together last Friday at the Gathering of Prophets Conference to pray for the nation.Change Bahamas Ministries, founded by Prophet Leo Adderley, hosted the conference under the theme “Waging War Fo

Setting young hearts ablaze for Christ

Christ the King Anglican Church hopes to inspire a nurturing love of God and people “that burns like fire” during tomorrow night’s youth conference.The event is being presented by the church’s youth arm and will be held at the Murillo A Bonaby Parish

Cursillo executives receive leadership training

In order to enlighten members of the Cursillo Secretariat on the function and responsibility of each elected position, the first order of business was the training of all officers.On Saturday, January 6, a training workshop was conducted at the Angl