Features & Commentaries

Staying connected to the Source

08 Apr 2022 | Syrus Herbert

I like many people, live a very highly connected life. What is meant by this statement, we have a device within a moment's notice that can connect us to someone else, learn about a situation, do research, etc. Many of us don't realise the importance of
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The Chapter of 2021 is Now Completed

08 Jan 2022 | Syrus Herbert

2021 started with great hope for society as we saw that vaccines were now available to help with the fight against covid, little did we know that there would be difficult to access it in many regions of the world and furthermore the mutation of the virus.
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Of vaccines, mandates & freedoms

30 Nov 2021 | CARU Communications

Inter-America Hosts Online Symposium on Freedom of Conscience and the Vaccine Mandate. According to the IAD news article, this was “an online symposium organized by the Department of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty (PARL) of the Inter-American Divisi
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Vaccines: We've been here before

17 Sep 2021 | Richard H. Hart

The degree of polarization around the COVID-19 vaccine today is not surprising. One perspective comes from those who are champions of individual rights, bolstered by what they read and hear about the dangers of the vaccine. On the other side are those who
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Come Let Us Reason Together & Food for Life Initiatives

31 Jul 2021 | NCC Staff | Jerome Bevans

It was impressed on my heart that more frequent visits to Her Majesty’s Prison (HMP), with the inmates, could have a more meaningful impact. Inquiry was made for a weekly presence to do Bible study with interested inmates. Pastor Leriano Webster (who was
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The Good News CARU Impact 2021, A perspective

03 Apr 2021 | Connell Hunte

The Good News CARU Impact 2021 program is now over. As a member of the team, I've decided to share my thoughts as well as musings of others who've worked in this crusade as we share a behind the scenes look. There was much prayer, moments of laughter with
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Loss and Grief

29 Mar 2021 | Chrissie-Ann Solomon

Most people have at one point or the other experienced a loss and the resultant grieving process. What are losses? And is there an appropriate way to grieve for a loss? Corr et.al (2009) posit that a loss occurs when an individual is separated from or i
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Christianity in the modern political world

04 Mar 2021 | Byron Hunte

It is not my intent to discuss the political nuances of a governmental election, but rather to point out that this attitude came from a Christian, a believer. One who ought to continuously ask God to show them the play and counterplay of man, through His
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Finishing the 'Recording of 2020'

05 Jan 2021 | Syrus Herbert

The set is now silent. We have now moved on to the set 2021 and there are a lot of things that we can be grateful for in 2020. It taught us the importance of technology but also how much life as we know it today depends on it. The Year when travel became
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New Year Message from GC President

03 Jan 2021 | Ted N.C. Wilson

Everyone likes to have a new beginning—especially after experiencing such challenges as we faced in 2020! And while we don’t know exactly what the new year holds, we can be assured that God does, and we can be confident and secure in Him as we trust and
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Ask Dawn. Here's my thoughts

02 Jan 2021 | Connell Hunte

I am subscribed to the St Vincent and the Grenadines Mission's communication newsletter and one early morning perusing through my mail, I wondered if I had switched the email I was reading. Within the SVG Mission newsletter was this new segment called As
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Reflecting on the year 2020

02 Jan 2021 | Dr. Oscar Ocho

I just could not help but reflect on the goodness and favour of God knowing that we are at the cusp of the final days, less than a week, of what can be considered an eventful year 2020. This year started and was interspersed with so many issues and challe
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A joyful heart is good medicine,

30 Dec 2020 | Wayne Sampson

Everyone deals with stress and challenges, but don’t let that deceive you into going through life solemn and grumpy. All work and no play are out of balance. You have to give yourself permission to enjoy your life. You have serious responsibilities, but y
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The Christian and social media in a covid-19 world

21 Dec 2020 | Connell Hunte

As a technology professional, I'm particularly careful of my digital footprint. I understand that my social posts and other digital activities will likely be 'long-stored in the clouds' well into the future. For many non-technical Christians, this may see
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The Blessing Loom - blessing or scam?

21 Nov 2020 | Submitted by the SVG Mission

Some folks may have seen a curious message pop up in their social media feeds recently, inviting them to make quick cash on something called a Blessing Loom.The way it works is, a person receives a notification on Facebook...
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Get safe online.Learn about smishing

09 Nov 2020 | Submitted by the SVG Mission staff

Smishing – the commonly-used name for SMS phishing – is an activity which enables criminals to steal victims’ money or identity, or both as a result of a response to a text message. In common with both phishing, which uses email as an initial approach, an
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My Journey to the CARU Bible Connections

31 Oct 2020 | NCC Staff | Esmaily Mercedes Hodge

I was born in the Dominican Republic. I grew up in a neighborhood where drugs, delinquency and teen pregnancy were prevalent. I was raised as a Christian and was baptized at the age of ten (10). I spent twelve (12) years in Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Sc
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Celebrating an outstanding Adventist Educator

17 Oct 2020 | NCC Staff | Hester Griffin

Reneé Hodge was always active in the service of the Lord and served as youth choir director while teaching on St. Thomas, and that service transferred with her as she became a member of the Miami Tabernacle Seventh-day Adventist Church.
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Home Sweet Home: Bitter - Sweet Paradox

29 Aug 2020 | Dr. Vincent David

It is non-discriminatory as it moves or is carried from coast to coast around the world touching lives and hurting life and lives. It has forced the closing of education centers, religious systems, as well as social and sporting activities. Every facet
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The Roadmap To A Home Away From Home.

01 Aug 2020 | Ps. Terrence Haynes

More specific interventions that can be conducted to minister to the needs of the migrants are as follows: Visitation – following up on expressed spiritual needs or providing support and/or counselling.Small Group Formation and Activities – ministeri
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