All-white Pentecost Prayer Parade this Sunday seeks to “Heal the Land”

THE streets will be painted white this coming Sunday as churches across New Providence convene in solidarity and a spirit of worship for the second all-white Pentecost Prayer Parade.

“I don’t write songs, I hear Heaven” - Up-and-coming gospel artist finds success with first single

She has always been a worshipper at heart, so it was only natural for Frankelle Outten to choose the genre of gospel when she decided to become a singer.

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May 9, 2024, Obituaries

What’s your favourite scripture, and what does it mean to you?

There are many memorable Bible passages that people hold near and dear to their hearts and which get them through life’s myriad experiences.

Bahamians turn out to be baptised during ‘Reaping the Harvest’ weekend

More than 20 individuals gave their lives to Christ and were baptised by water in during a special weekend hosted by Life Changers Ministries International (LCMI).

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FOR the last few weeks we’ve been talking about our personal or emotional junk and getting rid of it. A hefty task to be sure. Why?

Say it with music: Tribune readers reveal their favourite gospel songs

THE power of music is universal, crossing all barriers and all borders. It can uplift, make one reflect, and it can even have a therapeutic effect.

Baptist men celebrate “Seven Last Words of Jesus”.

In the tradition of celebrating the story of Jesus’ death, burial and resurrection, the Men’s Department of the Bahamas National Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention hosted its seventh annual “Seven Last Words of Jesus”.

Meditation: Wounds of Jesus

DURING the crucifixion, there are several wounds that our Lord received: Two in hands/wrists, two in his feet, his side from the spear, the whipping and the crown of thorns. This is the price that Jesus paid for our salvation. How grateful are we? How grateful am I?

We Are Blessed

We are told in James 1:2 (KJV) "My brethren, count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations." Very simply, there is joy associated with what we hear, speak and do during life's difficult moments. We will inevitably face trials in life but this should be embraced by the believer as something positive.

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CHAMPS creates path to healing

HOPING to heal those wounded and hurting, the CHAMPS organisation (Chosen, Honoured, Appointed, Motivated, Positive Sisters) presented its “Pathway to Healing” virtual event that saw hundreds take par.

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Silver Linings – You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby!

I’m calling this my “Post-COVID” installment.

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Manning the gates

INTERCESSORS and prayer leaders from around the nation are the being called on to “man the gates” once again this weekend.

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Prayer and community

Members of the Deep Creek National Neighbourhood Watch Council (NNWC) have added to their list of duties - with prayer gatherings, car wash events, cleaning initiatives and more.

Are congregants ready to go back to church?

The members of various church congregations are divided on whether services should resume after the Bahamas Christian Council announced a proposal they are making to the government for churches to reopen, albeit with strict social distancing policies.