Spiritual warfare – Pulling down strongholds

My theme today is extremely important because it is relevant to all of us, and indicates how we can rely upon our relationship with God to overcome the evil intentions of Satan.

Praying for a better year

There are congregations who are praying fervently for this nation to be healed and delivered. Some have all-night vigils. Others have a typed prayer to be used at every service for a full year.

Things to stop doing in 2019 and beyond Part I

1. Stop spending time with the wrong people

Blessed Absalom Jones offering to assist Episcopal Historically Black Colleges and University

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry invites Episcopalians to deepen their participation in Christ’s ministry of reconciliation by dedicating offerings at observances of the Feast of Absalom Jones to support the two remaining Episcopal Historically Black Colleges and University (HBCUs): St Augustine’s University in Raleigh, North Carolina, and Voorhees College in Denmark, South Caroline.

Alike but not the same – Asking the hard questions – Part I

2019 is now about three weeks old and I bet you have that familiar feeling that things are exactly as they were last year. Perhaps true, but life can be totally different, depending on questions we ask and how we answer them.

‘Fabulous Wives’ host prayer breakfast to promote faith in marriage

It has become an annual tradition for members of the Fabulous Wives Club to dedicate the organisation’s first session in January to God with a prayer breakfast.

A new space for young Christians to mix and mingle

Giving Bahamians a place where they can mix, mingle and enjoy good, clean fun in a faith-based environment is the goal of a new venue in Nassau called The Christian Lounge.

Bahamians set their spiritual goals for 2019

WHEN a new year rolls in, it is inevitable that so-called resolutions are made. Whether it’s taking on a new hobby or setting health and fitness goals – people have made it a tradition to list objectives they wish to accomplish.

The concept of gratitude

Gratitude is a theme which is prevalent throughout holy scripture. In general terms, gratitude relates to thankfulness and involves a willingness to show an appreciation for something and to return kindness. The Apostle Paul wrote in 1 Thessalonians 5:18 (KJV): “In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.” Gratitude is considered a virtue and persons who demonstrate a sense of gratitude are usually more at peace and generally do well.

On the move

The story of our Lord is one of a family on the move. This is the story of so many people at this time but we will get back to this in a few moments:

Majority Rule:The most transformative moment in Bahamian history

Properly understood, Majority Rule marks a moment of liberation for all Bahamians and ought to be celebrated by all Bahamians in all times as the most transformative event in our nation’s history.

First Christian hip hop cruise makes port in Nassau

A local gospel artists joined forces with several international musicians who sailed to the Bahamas by way of the Christian Hip-Hop & Gospel Hip-Hop Cruise on Carnival Liberty this week.

US-based evangelist returns home seeking to wreak miracles at crusade

EVANGELIST Sean Pinder, a native of Grand Bahama with an international healing ministry, plans to hold a “miracle crusade” in Freeport to bring healing to as many people as possible.

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This week's Obituaries Section now online

The Tribune's online obituaries are updated every week.

Alike but not the same – Hope for 2019

Happy New Year everyone!