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Pastors Pray for the Country’s Healing and Wellbeing

A National Day of Prayer service at Bahamas Faith Ministries praying for the country’s healing and wellbeing, amid a crime spree in the capital.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A National Day of Prayer service at Bahamas Faith Ministries praying for the country’s healing and wellbeing, amid a crime spree in the capital.



 

Men and women of the clergy gather to seek spiritual guidance and help in addressing issues in the country – among them, the issue of crime.

The head of the Christian Council challenges the church and Bahamians to do some introspection on the state of their own affairs.

Those were among the prayers of pastors from across the country as the challenges this nation faces are great, although not at all unique to us.

It’s why as a nation Bahamas Harvest Pastor Mario Moxey, who opened the service, says we must not neglect to pray.

Among those attending the service – Deputy Governor-General Cynthia Pratt, Deputy Prime Minister Chester Cooper, opposition Deputy Leader Shanendon Cartwright, and FNM Chairman Dr. Duane Sands.

As songs of praise were lifted up, Christian Council President Bishop Delton Fernander sent up prayers for our government but not before this word of introspection.

Bishop Fernander also addresses the killing of a woman yesterday before asking Bahamians to reconsider the way they use social media and challenged the church.

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