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If you can’t sing, whistle
I know that some people when they hear a really catchy, popular tune, like to sing along with it; however, if they don’t have a very good voice perhaps they’re a bit ashamed to sing if there are others present. Well then, as the title of this ar...
 
 
Climatic design in homes
Houses in The Bahamas must respond to a hot sun, cool breezes and hurricanes. In the “old days” they were designed using elements that made living in them easier than it is today. They were cooler inside, and therefore more comfortable, and they ...
 
 
Reconstructing the Caribbean after Irma
Hurricane Irma devastated several islands of the Caribbean. The hurricane took the leisurely time of a tourist on summer holiday in the tropics. Then she slowly wended her considerable, powerful, awe-inspiring mass, and destructive tentacles of wind,...
 
 
Digging for treasure
There are a whole lot of people who are constantly thinking about ‘Digging For Treasure’, perhaps going to a far off land and mining for precious stones. I know that there are also those who dream of finding hidden treasure in the sea, particula...
 
 
Spared from Hurricane Irma – was it prayer or luck?
A recent editorial in one of the dailies, (The Nassau Guardian, Tuesday, September12, 2017) in The Bahamas, evoked a flurry of discussions regarding storms and the impact that prayers have on the outcome. The editorial noted, “the weather has nothi...
 
 
Chronicles of a chronic Caribbean chronicler: China can be a tourism game-changer
Chinese visitors spent more dollars in the United States in 2016 than tourists from other countries. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, 2.97 million Chinese nationals visited the U.S. in 2016 and spent $33 billion, the two figures going up...
 
 
Recovering after Hurricane Irma
We all waited nervously for Hurricane Irma. Anticipating the high winds and high ocean surges perhaps created stress and anxiety for many. This time New Providence was spared the direct hit of the hurricane. However, the damage caused by the hurri...
 
 
The role and function of Kingdom ambassadors
When looking at the church from the perspective of ambassadors and diplomats there are several critical considerations. We have established firmly that in the new testament believers are referred to as ambassadors and diplomats representing the Kingd...
 
 
God calls us all to send out warning to people around us
“Son of man, I have made you a watchman for the house of Israel; so hear the word I speak and give them warning from me. When I say to the wicked, ‘O wicked man, you will surely die;’ and you do not speak out to dissuade him from his ways, tha...
 
 
God speaks through winds, storms, floods, fires and earthquakes when people disobey
“Except the Lord build the house they labor in vain that build it.” Psalm 127:1   How could we escape when we are aware that the season of hurricanes is upon us. As Harvey was forming in the Atlantic Ocean, not only were there National W...
 
 
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