March 24, 2018

Investing in dreams

Thrivent Financial From Live Generously Angel Aloma provides leadership that serves the poor in the Caribbean and Latin America As executive director of Food For The Poor, Thrivent member Angel Aloma has helped build the Coconut Creek, Florida, nonprofit into one of the 100 largest charitable organizations in the United States. Food For The Poor […]

OPINION: Fooled by the Dynasty

By Jolly Green His intelligence and educational record are exemplary. He is currently the Member of Parliament for the Constituency of South Central Windward, Saint Vincent, St Vincent and the Grenadines. Government Ministries Held: Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries, Rural Transformation and Industry. Profession: Qualified Lawyer Education: Diamond Village Government School, Diamond Village. St. Martins Secondary School, […]

UWI withdraws approval for film show with ties to controversial US pastor

From Jamaica Gleaner The University of The West Indies (UWI), Monay, has withdrawn approval for the showing of a film on its campus with ties to the controversial US pastor Steven Anderson. The university has also sought to clarify a statement carried in The Sunday Gleaner of January 28, 2018, which stated that the gay-bashing […]

Praying over your children

From Dr. James Dobson Pray without ceasing. 1 Thessalonians 5:17, KJV Begin teaching your children to pray as early as possible. Prayer is one of God’s most mysterious and remarkable gifts to us. It is our lifeline to heaven, our lifeline to the most holy of relationships, our opportunity to directly express our praises and […]

Godly Motives

By Joyce Meyer Years ago, when we were struggling financially, I grew tired of believing for a breakthrough and broke down before the Lord. I cried about it for a while and then, by the grace of God, I made a decision and declared: “God, I am going to tithe and give offerings until the […]

7 reasons Christians are not required to tithe

By Thomas Schreiner From TGC Many think believers in Christ should tithe (defined as giving 10 percent of one’s income), and many use the language of “tithes and offerings” in worship services. Others are equally convinced tithing is not required for believers. Which view is more faithful to God’s Word? This certainly isn’t a matter […]

Cayman Islands Triple C School glows bright in the night

On Friday, January 12th, teens and adults alike took to the Multi-purpose hall at Triple C School.  The room was dimly lit with black lights and attendees were instructed to wear all black.  Once the evening festivities were underway, the youth were given squirt bottles of washable glow-in-the-dark paint and given freedom to have fun  […]

Respect for Creation: Leaders and Religious Groups Confront Climate Change in the Caribbean and South Pacific Islands

By Julianne Liebenguth From New Security Beat IIR-Climate-Change-15 Climate change is “unfolding as we speak,” said John Agard, professor of Tropical Island Ecology at the University of the West Indies (UWI) at a recent public forum on island nations hosted in Trinidad by UWI’s Institute of International Relations. The “close coupling of terrestrial, coastal, and […]

Breastfeeding: Maintaining a nutritious diet

From Baptist Health A breastfeeding diet is much the same as during pregnancy, with a few differences. It’s important to have a variety of foods to make sure that your baby is getting all the vitamins and nutrients they need to grow. A well-rounded diet that includes nutrient-rich foods, such as vegetables, fruits, whole grains […]

Pope Francis lands in Chile

From teleSUR The pontiff will also speak with survivors of the military dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet (1973-1990). Chilean President Michelle Bachelet greeted Pope Francis this evening as he stepped onto the tarmac of the Santiago airport, arriving from Rome. He has been welcomed in Santiago by crowds that are described as “very thin” by media […]