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Change Ministries Int’l presents its 11th Kingdom Announcement Conference

The Kingdom Announcement Conference 2013 will grace the sanctuary of Change Ministries Int’l on Oct. 29 to Nov. 1 at 7:15 nightly with Conference Hosts: Pastor Samuel Cornish and First Lady Carmen Cornish. Mid-day sessions will take place at 12:15 p.m. throughout the week.

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Bradley and Lovely Reckley installed as Ministers of the Gospel

On Sunday July 7, 2013 Bradley and Lovely Reckley were installed as Ministers of the Gospel at First Assembly of God on Stratton Drive, Marsh Harbour. This was a wonderful day for the Reckley Family and according to Sister Reckley, she felt like she was getting married. She stated that she and her husband have been in ministry for many years and served consistently in various ministries over the years but this was the first time they had ever been ordained as Ministers of the Gospel.

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12th Church Anniversary Service at Marsh Harbour Church of God

Marsh Harbour Church of God celebrated their 12th Church Anniversary on Sunday, July 21, at 11 a.m. at the church on Poppy Way in Marsh Harbour. This church established itself in the community of Abaco as a Christ-centered worship center and they plan to have the Word of God remain the focus of their ministry.

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Church of the Latter Rain Youth Department launches Book Drive

The Innerspring Youth Program is currently collecting books to assist the Latter Rain Mission Academy in Liberia, West Africa

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Rev. Willish Johnson Celebrates 10 years as a Minister of the Gospel

Having been a part of the Sacred Priesthood for ten years, Rev. Willish Johnson never celebrated any of her anniversaries, so her church members decided that they would work hard to ensure that this tenth anniversary celebration was not missed. On Friday July 5, 2013 the 10th Anniversary service to the Sacred Priesthood was held for her at St. John the Baptist Anglican Church in Marsh Harbour.

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Cherokee Assemblies of God holds Ministerial Installation Service

The Assemblies of God Church in Cherokee Sound confirmed Darrell Pinder as their newest Minister on Sunday, June 30 before a congregation of church officials, well-wishers, family and friends.

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Dr. Ron Archer offers remedies to overcome life’s storms

Guest speaker Dr. Ron Archer, presently the pastor of the Green Turtle Community Fellowship Church, attended Dr. David Allen’s session at the Christian Counselling Center on June 21 speaking on the topic: "How to turn Pain into Power; Wounds into Wisdom; Scars into Stars; Stumbling Blocks into Stepping Stones; Failure into Fortune; Tragedy into Triumph; and Misery into Ministry.”

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Haitian Thanksgiving Service concludes 21 days of fasting

Feed My Sheep Church of God located in the Mudd celebrated a Haitian Thanksgiving Service on June 27. Bruno Jude, a missionary from Miami, was the guest speaker for the final service. Reverend Pastor Lucien Cledillon, leader of Feed My Sheep and scout leader of the 50th Bahamas Scout Group of Abaco, also addressed the worshippers in Creole.

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Mt. Zion Native Baptist Church in Sandy Point gives aid

The men’s fellowship of Mt. Zion Native Baptist Church in Sandy Point came to the aid of senior citizen Mrs. Evelyn Burrows, who is a widow living alone in the community. She was overwhelmed with joy to have been given assistance by the Church group of men. On July 6 they paid a courtesy call on Mrs. Burrows and assisted her with the cleanup of her yard.

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St. John the Baptist Anglican Church celebrates Patronal Festival.

Sunday, June 23 was an important day for the members of St. John the Baptist Anglican Church. On this day they celebrated the Feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist in a Patronal Festival. Rector of the St. John the Baptist Church, Rev. Willish Johnson, welcomed members of the clergy of the Northern Archdeaconry who came to participate in this special service.

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