Big Changes Are Afoot!

By Jenniffer Mann First introduced to the Seventh Day Adventist church in 1996. I have vivid memories of sitting in the lounge of the person I was dating and watching videos with his mother, on how we would become a cashless society, the Mark of the beast and the enforcement...

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Family Matters – Part 2

Building a thriving family relationship is like cultivating a delicate flower. It takes time, requires effort, and personal investment. Often, we believe that changes come from big actions or decisions. Oh, how wrong we are! The strength of a family is the sum of the small positive decisions and actions.  These habits become embedded, resulting in an unconditional and selfless...

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Drop a Pin

📍 By Julia Gervais Just around the corner, up little more, go straight straight straight, until you come to a fork in the road, then turn down. Little more and you’ll see a donkey tied to the mango tree. Continue until you see a big white house with a red...

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Family Matters – Part 1

Pastor Royston Smith A healthy family is not one that is free from pain, sorrow, trouble or rain. Disappointments are a part of the journey called life. This type of family believes that every event has a purpose; its members have learned how to laugh more and complain less. It is a family that is resilient, finds comfort for its tears, and discovers light whilst travelling along dark paths.  Love and...

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Desensitisation – Part II: Social Media

By Jennifer Mann Last week, we considered some of the ways that occultism is pervading popular culture. We also considered the strongly worded warnings from God in scripture, about engaging in anything occult. There are many people who will feel ‘safe’ in the belief that society has not affected them...

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