Updated: Aug 29
Goal: To speak to the challenges faced by Christians, suggest practical means to address them while providing a forum for site visitors to respond to the issues raised. This blog reflects my observation, convictions and beliefs, as such it is an extension of who I am as a follower of Jesus the Christ and a Seventh-day Adventist. The thoughts expressed here should not be considered the voice of beliefs of any church that I pastor, the South Bahamas Conference or the worldside Seventh-day Adventist Church. I am a citizen of the Bahamas, and of African descent. I have studied in Jamaica, lived in the Turks and Caicos Islands for a short time, and have had my life impacted by these countries along with places where I have travelled and people who I have met. I will read, watch, listen and dialogue on almost any subject that catches my attention and which I can understand. I believe that this makes me of greater benefit to the world in which I live and the people who I serve. Further information about me can be found in the about page of this site.
Topics The blog will focus on contemporary topics affecting the church today, use of the Logos Bible Software and other material of interest from the Judeo-Christian scripture along with other related material.
Method: Blogs will take the following format - • Briefly describe the topic. • Exploe the subject in a brief essay or logical steps. • Suggest a way to respond/call to action by the reader.
Comments: You may comment on the articles reflected on this blog if space is provided for such, and your comments should reflect on the articles written under which you are commenting to make a contribution to the discussion.
Permission: You may use short quotes from this blog provided there is a link pointing back to this site and it does not violate the terms and agreements of this site.
Prohibited: Profanity is strictly prohibited. The posting of illegal material including but not limited to copyrighted material, and trademarks is prohibited. Language that is generally considered offensite to a particular group. In other words, comments on this blog should reflect the type of dialog that builds up the body of Christ in particular and the human race in general. Individuals engaged in actions contrary to this, may find themselves banned from this blog/site and their postings deleted.
If material is posted on this blog/site that is contrary to the laws of the Bahamas or other jurisdiction including the contry/state where the site is hosted the matter may be reported to the local law enforcements. Where law enforments require that information from this site inclusive of personal details of the user be turned over to them, we will comply with such orders.