December 12, 2018

The healing powers of garlic

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By Lisa Turner From ecomall In the ever-changing world of magic foods and miracle cures, garlic has maintained its status as a virtual panacea of the herbal kingdom. The so-called “stinking rose” has a history of more than 5,000 years of culinary and medicinal use among cultures throughout the world, and new research has confirmed […]

Ash Wednesday in Cayman Islands

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It is 70 years since Ash Wednesday has fallen on Valentine’s Day – February 14th. Origin and History of Ash Wednesday Ash Wednesday marks the onset of the Lent, the 40-day period of fasting and abstinence. It is also known as the ‘Day of Ashes’. So called because on that day at church the faithful […]

The Editor speaks: A message from over 2,00 years ago is still the same today

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I was invited to deliver a message in person this morning (Wed 8) based on three Biblical readings Psalm 72, Nehemiah 13: 4-22, and Matthew 13: 53-58. I was struck just how pertinent the message from all three was just  the same then as it is today. And it even involves Fake News!  Please stay […]

Cayman Keswick

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Georgina Wilcox The annual Cayman Keswick started last Sunday (17) at The Church of God, Walkers Road, George Town, Grand Cayman. Cayman Keswick is one of the premier opportunities for Christians to unite with each other for worship, fellowship and Bible teaching. Since 1974, Cayman Keswick has been an annual gathering point for many churches […]

The Editor Speaks: St Luke

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How many readers knew that last Saturday (18) was St Luke’s Day? So what? Well, St Luke was the writer of the third of the Bible’s New Testament Gospels and he was a physician. With the raging diseases that the world is having difficulty in controlling at present and I mention only two – Ebola […]