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Did God turn Irma away from most of Bahamas
When it became clear that most of The Bahamas escaped the force of Hurricane Irma, many people took to social media declaring that their prayers turned the storm away. However, others suggested that this was a selfish position. Some even called it ...
 
 
Helping children after a hurricane
During hurricane season, tropical depressions can become massive storms that turn into hurricanes. In recent years, we have seen the ravishing and life altering effects these events have had on families. When the unexpected happens, how can we care b...
 
 
Kelly’s staff demonstrate it’s more blessed to give than to receive
Jesus himself said it’s more blessed to give than to receive. In this vein the CrossReach program at the Lucaya Presbyterian Church, in Grand Bahama, has been working to help the less fortunate in a very hard-hit community. The program that started...
 
 
St. Andrew’s Kirk and McDonald’s kit out 200 youngsters for back to school
Days before school officially opened for the new academic year, 200 youngsters participated in a back-to-school send-off at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Kirk, complete with lunch, practical giveaways and words of wisdom from Pastor Bryn MacPhail. Mac...
 
 
Rev. Carla Culmer to assume top role
Reverend L. Carla R. Culmer has advanced from the youth programs to the top leadership of the Bahamas Conference of the Methodist Church (BCMC). Culmer, the pastor at Wesley-Grants Town Church on Baillou Hill Road, will be consecrated as the newly e...
 
 
Christian Council president condemns crime
The crime problem, and the state of mind of people who commit crime is above politics, religion, class, race, or any other difference that people may have. And all hands are needed “on deck” to further the positive development of The Bahamas, acc...
 
 
Developing boys into upstanding Christian men
With all the negative news surrounding the state of young men in The Bahamas, The Boys’ Brigade is committed to its mission of developing boys into Christian men who are upstanding citizens. A Bahamas contingent recently travelled to the organizat...
 
 
Believers’ Gospel Chapel mixes it up at Vacation Bible School
Vacation Bible School (VBS) is a fun-filled program many churches offer during the summer months to connect with children and families in the communities of their respective churches. It’s an outreach meant to bring in children who don’t normally...
 
 
Children need to be reached and protected
While youth pastor Ricardo Miller is on a mission to get church leaders to focus on the importance of children to their ministries and their return to church, he also reminds them that they have to do everything possible to ensure that children are p...
 
 
Pastors in politics
People go to church after a challenging week to hear a word of hope that reaches them at their individual positions with the assumption that what is said comes from the Bible. It was with this in mind that Commonwealth Mission Baptist Church senior p...
 
 
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