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Too X-rated

If one local church leader had his way, Kiddie’s Kadooment would be a thing of the past. In fact, Fitzroy Wilson, the senior pastor at the Kingdom First International Church, sees no reason why children should be heavily involved in the annual Crop Over festival, particularly Grand Kadooment. Wilson said the street parade was “almost […]

Include God too, Minister

This man of God solicits your kind permission to use your informative paper to publicly write this letter of advice or wisdom to the ministry that holds the sacred responsibility for our young men and women educationally in its hand. The Scripture boldly declares that righteousness exalteth a nation, but sin (meaning the breaking of […]

Women at the altar

Although 20 years have passed since the church in the Anglican Diocese of Barbados began ordaining women into the priesthood, there are many persons across the island who remain unhappy with this development, Bishop John Holder has acknowledged. Bishop Holder’s admission of continued resistance to the presence of women priests came Tuesday evening as Anglicans […]

Choral harmony at HymnSpeak

Barbadians went to St Mary’s Anglican Church in their hundreds last night to vent their choral chords in a standing room-only HymnSpeak evening of the Barbados Gospelfest 2016 season. Led by Reverend Dr Mikie Roberts, the congregation joined with the HymnSpeak Voices, Bethel Chimers, John Bryan on organ, Mark Forde on steel pan, members of […]

New dean must marry City and church

It is said that The City is the heart of a country. And the new rector and dean of the Cathedral Church Of St Michael And All Angels, the Very Reverend Dr Jeffrey Gibson, has been given the mandate to marry the Anglican Church and that community. At his installation on Sunday, Gibson was called upon […]

High praise for Youth in Agriculture programme

The three-year-old Youth in Agriculture Farm programme, which has turned out a crop of 113 secondary school students to date, is being hailed as a model that should be “widely adopted” to complement the education and training system. This call came from deputy permanent secretary in the Ministry of Labour Yolande Howard, as she appealed […]

The youth need positive role models

Pastors at the Abundant Life Assembly are calling for positive role models to assist the country’s young people. Commenting on the level of criminal activity involving the youth in recent times, pastors Kevin Hunte and Michael Holford made it clear that it was not all of doom and gloom for the island’s young people. However […]

More lean times to come, warns visiting apostle

A Trinidadian-based apostle is predicting some five years of prosperity for Barbados, to be followed by lean times. Apostle Vivian Duncan, of Divine Destiny Worship Centre, made the prediction yesterday afternoon as he addressed the grand opening service of Restoration Ministries’ two-storeyed, spanking new building valued at $5.2 million. The apostle, who grasped the attention […]

The region prays

Today businesses, schools, Government offices, and political and religious leaders were asked to pause for moments of supplication as the Caribbean Day Of Prayer was observed. In churches across Barbados and the Caribbean people prayed for unity, preservation of the family, success of businesses, peace, unity and love within the schools, an end to crimes, […]

Reverend: Extend love to homosexuals

Stop judging and getting “bogged down in the whole hell and damnation thing” and extend love to the homosexual community. That is the message an Anglican priest is sending to the church. In an interview with Barbados TODAY, Reverend Davidson Bowen said while the church was using Biblical scripture to support its condemnation of those […]

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