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Hardie board siding – is it worth It?
Over the past several years, there has been a distinct rise of interest in the look of the old Bahamian clapboard house. While varieties of horizontal siding are still easily available in wood, many people have been drawn to a popular horizontal sidi...
 
 
Helping men to stand tall and be counted
As a young Christian boy growing up in Grenada, I was groomed, directed and driven to be a man of mission and purpose by our highly inspirational quotation, “The greatest want of the world is the want of men – men who will not be bought or sold; ...
 
 
Freedom requires responsibility
There are an awful lot of teenagers who keep on saying to their parents or guardians something like this, just wait until I’m 18, I’m going to be moving out into my own place, to which most parents and guardians reply be my guest, the sooner the ...
 
 
Caribbean tourism development with boutique flair
There is no universal definition for luxury tourism. One person’s luxury is another’s ordinary. Even if there was a definition of a tweet length, what purpose does it serve? Why hide behind academic fabricated definition that is no better than a...
 
 
Jesus is our prophet, priest and king
When Jesus came to the region of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, “Who do people say the Son of Man is?” They replied, “Some say John the Baptist; others say Elijah; and still others, Jeremiah or one of the prophets.” “But what ...
 
 
Long and painful
There’s no doubt about it, just about everyone wants to be successful in life, across the board. However, once one sets some specific goals, short, intermediate and long range for all areas of one’s life whilst also drawing up very detailed plans...
 
 
Get out of an abusive relationship
Many years ago, I received a concern from a reader of this column that I am certain it is still relevant today. The person was in a relationship and was thinking of ending it because they thought their fiancée was trying to control what they said, w...
 
 
There is hope for today and peace for tomorrow
He leadeth me beside still waters. [Psalm 23:2] The way I see parents allow children to misbehave in their presence, especially out in public, takes me back to when as children had to be still and behave. Sit and don’t move, or risk getting a ‘c...
 
 
The grace of the present moment
A dear friend who is a priest recounts this modern parable. He travelled to the Cistercian monastery Mount Saint Bernard in rural Leicestershire, England, to meet a 93-year-old, who was 73 years a monk. The two settled in to share a pot of tea. The...
 
 
Cruelty to humans
There have been many reports on the news recently about the hideous events which they have annually in China called ‘The Yulin Dog Festival’. At this so-called festival the people gather up ten thousand dogs, torture them, kill them, cook them an...
 
 
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