Meekness

By Pastor Royston Smith A pastime of many is watching the American reality show a “Divorce Court” in which couples seek to settle their relationship disputes before a judge.  The straight-talking, honest, and feisty Toler presides.  In one episode, she appeared particularly confused by a woman’s nonchalant behaviour towards her husband who presented as a gentle, calm and soft-hearted man.  The wife’s main source of annoyance stemmed from the fact that her...

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Road to Recovery – Part II

By Jenniffer Mann Regardless of where you are in the world, what language you speak, your skin colour, gender, regardless of your social status, we are all likely at some point to suffer a degree of emotional and or physical trauma. In my last article, I briefly explored the horrific...

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Long-suffering

By Pastor Royston  “You have no control of uncertainties! You can only control your life and your reaction to any event. May you find grace for patient endurance.” ― Lailah Gifty Akita, Think Great: Be Great!  In my younger days, I was a bit rebellious. Sporadically, I slipped away after church to the...

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The Road to Recovery – Part I 

By Jenniffer Mann On the 17 May 2011, BBC News reported that, “Between April and June 1994, an estimated 800,000 Rwandans were killed in the space of 100 days. Most of the dead were Tutsis – and most of those who perpetrated the violence were Hutus. Even for a country with such a...

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Fruit of the Spirit

By Pastor Royston Smith Summer is an interesting season. Days are longer and the sun is at its hottest. Whilst airlines, tour operators and leisure industries are buzzing to cater for the avalanche of holiday makers seeking timeout from their regular lives, farmers and horticulturists are hard at work. They...

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Nothing New Under the Sun

By Jenniffer Mann Over the past few weeks, it has been impossible not to engage on some level, as we watch the political landscape unfold in America. Undoubtedly, this has shaped up to be one of, if not the most acrimonious elections, in the history of elections. As the family...

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