COVID-19 Secure

By Julia Gervais . We’ve got to get this country moving again. This pandemic has really set us back. The government cannot maintain this furlough scheme indefinitely. The airline industry has suffered a crash landing, the performing arts sector has seen much better days. The Retail industry has taken a...

Continue reading

Trust Him

By Felicien Ekoume Sometimes, God’s way of blessing us, is by not granting us what we have prayed for. Sometimes, it will take years for the promise to be materialised, for the gift to arrive, but whatever the time, it will be worth the wait. God blesses us through the pain of affliction...

Continue reading

Forgive to Move On: Part 1

By Pastor Royston Smith I identify with you. I can understand. I can relate. It is painful. It is hurtful. It is burdensome. Your friends are talking about you behind your back. Their words do not square up with their actions. You feel undermined. You are being scandalized. This betrayal...

Continue reading

Are You Ready?

By David Billett Today I received a package from America.  It contained a memorial book and DVD in memory of my late nephew, Jerab Prentice Billett, who was tragically murdered last year. It was sad to watch the whole thing all over again and yet it was reassuring to know that...

Continue reading

Let’s Talk

By Pastor Royston Smith Everyone has an inbuilt desire for relationships. We want to connect with others, share ideas, experiences and knowledge, among other things. Where healthy communication exists, relationships thrive. Prayer is our means of communication with God. It is a two-way dialogue in which we are both able...

Continue reading