December 14, 2017

Dramatic rescue: ‘Miracle Baby’ survived Harvey by clinging to dead mom

By David A. Patten From Newsmax A 3-year-old infant clinging to her dead mother’s body was plucked from flood waters just seconds before being swept under a flooded trestle as the rains of Harvey pummeled Southeast Texas. The toddler’s survival is being hailed on social media and the internet as a miracle. Police in Beaumont, […]

Julene Banks funeral Mon Aug 28

Everyone at iNews Cayman extend condolences to dear friend Loxley Banks and the DeCosta family on the loss of their loved one, JULENE BANKS. Funeral service for the late Julene Banks is on Monday August 28, 3PM at Wesleyan Holiness Church, West Bay.

DG 5K Challenge funds support Cayman Brac youth camp

A group of 10 young people from Cayman Brac recently travelled to Grand Cayman for a week-long, YMCA summer camp and leadership programme. The camp was held from Sunday, 13 August to Friday, 18 August. The trip was made possible by a portion of the funds raised for the YMCA at the DG’s 5K Challenge […]

Cayman Islands Adventists distribute school supplies

The Adventist Church once again demonstrated its commitment to community services with the distribution of 260 backpacks and 45 packets of school supplies to scores of children who turned out for an end-of-summer fun day last Sunday (20 August) at the Airport Park. The backpacks were funded by the Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-day Adventists […]

‘The church is too divided’

From Jamaica Gleaner HIGHGATE, St Mary: After serving as an elder at the Bethel United Church in Highgate, St Mary, for more than a decade, Trevor Stoddard decided to retire to the backbench, but still maintains a keen interest in local and international religious affairs. Stoddard’s favourite Bible passage is Philippians 4:13: “I can do […]

Franklin Graham: Politicians, ‘Stop saying Islam is a religion of peace’

By Theodore Bunker From Newsmax Evangelist leader Franklin Graham wrote Saturday on Facebook that politicians “should stop saying ‘Islam is a religion of peace.’” Graham wrote in response to the attack in Barcelona last week, specifically referring to an article by former CIA officer Bryan Dean Wright for Fox News titled “Islam is at war […]

US calls out Caribbean on religious freedom

From Jamaica Observer WASHINGTON, United States (CMC) — Though religious freedom is generally upheld in most, if not all, Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries, the United States has called out some nations for what it describes as religious intolerance. In releasing the 2016 International Religious Freedom Report earlier this week, the US Department of State said […]

Cayman Islands Alumni Chapter stages concert for scholarships

The Cayman Chapter of the Northern Caribbean University (NCU) staged a fundraising gospel concert, dubbed “Salvashan Story, Jamaican Style,” on Saturday night (12 August, 2017) at the John Gray High School auditorium. NCU is an Adventist tertiary level institution located in Mandeville, Jamaica. This is the second fundraiser by the two-year-old local alumni chapter. The […]

The Editor Speaks: Christians blamed for anti-Islamic rhetoric

I seldom read other local media reports, normally because I don’t have the time, but I was quite frankly wondering what to write about today so I went on a search. I have, of course, known there is some anti-Islamic rhetoric going on here over the appointment of Cayman’s new Muslim governor, Anwar Bokth Choudhury, […]

June 2017 Cayman Islands’ funerals

Daniel Stevenson (Mike) Simmons   18 Aug 1935 – 12 Jun 2017   Dixie Thomas Rupert Joseph Hubbell          1 Dec 1972 – 12 Jun 2017   Garden of Eden Leila Mae (Ebanks) Bush                            – 25 Jun 2017 Lorise Enola Bush                         – 25 Jun 2017   South Sound Malvina Seymour                                                       – 26 Jun 2017   New Bodden Town Yris M Glasgow                                                         […]