Seven for Christ

By Sharna Brown On July 31st 2021, Croydon SDA Church held its second baptismal service for the year. Heaven rejoiced as seven souls renounced the world and accepted Jesus Christ as their saviour. The service commenced with Pastor Royston Smith showcasing his choir directing skills, as he led the congregation in...

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Beyond Seeing

By Jenniffer Mann Hi. For those of you who don’t who I am, my name is Jenniffer.  Please note, that I said for those of you who don’t know who I am. I could have said, for those who don’t know me. Semantics? I believe not.  It’s true there are many...

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Growing Pains

By Jenniffer Mann As a child, I would often complain about pains in my knees. I distinctly remember attending the doctors and hearing that what I was experiencing was commonly known as “growing pains”.  “It’s not that growing is painful” the doctor said, but the general consensus at the time,...

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The Best Days of Your Life

By Julia Gervais Two pairs of eyes begin to roll and both boys snicker whenever I talk about the ‘good old days’. Children ran to school. We shared stories, sugarcane, lunch, pens, pencils, books, rulers, compasses; you name it, we shared it. My pencil case always went home with interest...

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The Power of Words

By Pastor Royston Smith A group of frogs were travelling through the woods, and two of them fell into a deep pit. All the other frogs gathered around the pit. When they saw how deep the pit was, they told the two frogs that they were as good as dead. ...

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The Necessity of Prayer

By Felicien Ekoume One of the greatest dangers that we Christians put ourselves in, is the neglect of prayer. We may sometimes become comfortable when things are going fine in our lives, so much so that prayer is barely thought of. And even when prayer comes to our mind, we are too lazy...

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