Thursday, Apr 19, 2018

One of the greatest problems in the world is the proliferation of mediocrity. So many are content to produce half-hearted work — to do as little as possible and to blame others, or become envious of others who exude and achieve excellence. Pursuing excellence may

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“Be not afraid nor dismayed by reason of this great multitude; for the battle is not yours, but God’s.” – 2 Chronicles 20:15 Some years ago, what was considered as a “shoe-in” for the United States of America in invading Iraq, has become a constant war

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The 2018 IL Cares Foundation Samuel P. Haven National High School Soccer Championships are ongoing over at the Roscow A.L. Davies Soccer Field. The semifinal games are set for today. FILE

The second edition of the Bahamas National High School Soccer Championships kicked off on Monday night over at the Roscow A.L. Davies Soccer Field. Sponsored by IL Cares Foundation, this year the event is dubbed the Samuel P. Haven National High School Soccer Championships. Games

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Bahamian national record holder in the men’s triple jump “Superman” Leevan Sands wants answers for his apparent snub from Team Bahamas for the 21st Commonwealth Games, which wrapped up on Sunday in the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. FILE

The curtain has come down on the 21st Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, and Bahamian national record holder in the men’s triple jump “Superman” Leevan Sands is one of those looking for answers. Sands, one of the more popular names and accomplished athletes

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There were a record number of junior players at the second of the Winterbotham IC Junior Series for 10s and 12s. The event was held at the Lleyton Hewitt Tennis Academy at Albany. Shown are the winners along with organizers and a representative from sponsor Winterbotham at the prize presentation. WINTERBOTHAM IC JUNIOR SERIES

It was a busy weekend at the Lleyton Hewitt Tennis Academy at Albany, the first of its kind, as a number of young developing players are taking part. It is the first Bahamian tennis tournament to be held at Albany, and the second of the

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Youth pastor Ricardo Miller, a Bahamian native who resides in Dallas, Texas, will host the second National Children’s Day Ministry, October 10-14 in New Providence. RICARDO MILLER

Children’s ministry pastor, Ricardo Miller is ramping up efforts to host his second National Children’s Ministry Day under the theme “Leading for a lasting legacy,” because he says any church not reaching children is missing the future. National Children’s Ministry Day will take place October 10-14. Miller

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