A CHRISTIAN trying to live a life of sexual purity may find it challenging to do so in today’s world, as sexual images and innuendos are to be found all around us – in television, music, ads and social media.
AS IT is imperative to demonstrate the love for God in tangible ways, members of the Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church recently organised a mission trip to Crooked Island where they assisted with the reconstruction of St Paul’s Baptist Church in Cabbage Hill.
AN outreach ministry is hoping its efforts to disciple children sparks a love within them that impacts every aspect of their lives.
THROUGH Paul’s obedience we have these wonderful words of the collect or prayer for the Conversion of St Paul (January 25): “O God, by the preaching of your apostle Paul you have caused the light of the Gospel to shine throughout the whole world: Grant, we pray, that we, having his wonderful conversion in remembrance, may show ourselves thankful to you by following his holy teaching.”
IS it correct to suggest that Jacob stole the birthright of Esau? Was the place of the burial of Rachel the same as the birth of Christ? If so, what was its original name? What is the prophetic connection between the reconciliation of Esau and Jacob…and 9/11? Is prosperity always the result of divine blessing?
“What is the church doing” is a never-ending cry in our cultural experience.
Under the theme “Service To Country Above Self,” Exuma’s Royal Bahamas Police Force was recently honoured in a worship service at the Palestine Union Baptist Church in The Forest, Exuma.
The need for mentorship programmes and community outreach within the school system is at the forefront of the minds of many community-oriented Bahamians, even more so given the recent unfortunate events of school stabbings and altercations.
St Paul’s Baptist Church in its 146th year of existence will host an ordination service for five of its members.
IF you could have one thing for sure this year, what would you want?
IT is a good thing to be alive on this new day in this new year. It is with great excitement I say to you, “Happy New Year!” May God bless you with His choice blessings in the coming year.
REV Stephen Smith and the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Exuma opened its doors last Sunday morning to welcome employers, employees and other business people from the Farmer’s Hill community to a special service.
THE National Heroes Committee was launched in 1991 to primarily rescue our first Bahamian Governor General Sir Milo B. Butler from the graveyard of obscurity.
Last Sunday, hundreds gathered at the Christian Life Centre to say their final farewells and express thanks to God for Nora Dorsett, described by all who knew her as a true example of Christian character and service.
First-time author Shanna McKinzie said she excited to share with Bahamians, but especially women, the story of how God put her back on the right track in life.