February 18, 2018

Anti-LGBT U.S. pastor does not expect Jamaica to ban him

From Washington Blade An anti-LGBT pastor from the U.S. tells the Washington Blade that he does not expect the Jamaican government to ban him from the country.Steven Anderson of the Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Ariz., is scheduled to be in Jamaica from Jan. 29-Feb. 3 for a “Missions Trip.” Jay John, a Jamaican […]

Cayman Islands church tells you to ‘Sing the Glory’

By Georgina Wilcox On Saturday 30th December 2017 the year ended, for me, with a satisfying glow and satisfaction after watching and listening to the Sanctuary Choir from John Gray Memorial United Church, in West Bay. It was an Encore presentation performed for those who did not get to hear it on Christmas Day and, […]

Cayman Islands November Funerals

Evelyn Merle Jacques             6 Jan 1939 – 26 Oct 2017   Garden of Eden Grace Lilian Jackson                                            – 5 Nov 2017 Elverine Joyce (Tatum) Piercy   28 Apr 1925 – 17 Nov 2017   North Side Willard McNeil Hurlston              22 Jan 1929 – 18 Nov 2017   Stake Bay Glenda Lee Ebanks                                       – 30 Nov 2017   Boatswain Bay Lydia […]

Jamaica: St. Elizabeth pastor charged with sexually molesting a minor

From RJR News A 58-year-old St Elizabeth based Church Elder has been charged with sexually molesting a minor. Leebert Webster was charged on the weekend by CISOCA on allegations that he sexually assaulted an eleven-year-old child. The incident allegedly occurred in November and a report filed with CISOCA.  Mr Webster was picked up by the […]

The Editor speaks: I am ashamed

It is bad enough when members of our media get on the bandwagon over the Government sponsored Gospel Concert with Russ Taff and Michael English held on Sunday (31 December) night at the Lion’s Centre. This is the same night some businesses in Cayman had to cancel their New Year’s Eve plans due to the […]

Finding peace and calm in a chaotic world

Today’s world is as hectic as it can be. We’re all required to do multiple things at once to maximize time, effort, and resources. Work, family, physical health, and socialization are some of the top concerns in our lives, and it seems that 24 hours a day just doesn’t do them justice. Some can lose […]

The Editor speaks: A very Blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year

Having lived in the beautiful Cayman Islands for over 35 years I was waiting for the outcry from the business community (and others) that there will be no dancing, singing or live music in public places, after midnight on New Year’s Eve (into New year’s Day). Aghast! One would think from other media Editorials, letters, […]

Cayman Islands Chamber Orchestra celebrates Birth of Christ

The Bodden Church, like the legendary “little-engine-that-could,” again distinguished itself on the Adventist music scene with a full scale orchestral Christmas classics concert on Sunday, December 17, 2017. The evening’s performance featured international music luminary Trinidad and Tobago’s violinist Harold Beckles, and local rising stars, saxophonist Junior Hines and flautist Janelle Tibbetts. The 20-member Seventh-day […]

Christmas Gift Bags distributed to communities in Cayman Islands’ capital

Some families and individuals in the Windsor Park and Prospect areas were the recipients of an early Christmas gift from the Kings Adventist Church Sunday (December 17, 2017), when a band of eight volunteers and a troop of young people trekked through these communities, gift bags in hand. At the end of the enterprise, 35 […]

Christmas Frustrations

I was standing in the checkout line My attitude was getting worse and worse I had no more patience left nor mind And very little money in my purse People were pushing and shoving And taking stuff out of my basket I had lost my Christmas spirit And I didn’t try to mask it It […]