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Leo Lundy

Leo John Lundy age 72 years formerly of Kemps Bay, South Andros passed at his sister’s residence, Marsh Harbour, Abaco on Tuesday, October 9th, 2018. He is survived by his sister: Neulessa Major; Brother-in-Law: Peter Major; Brother: Stephen Lundy & Family; Nieces: Keffieanne Ferguson, Leotha Rahming,

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Based on my research and experience, I’ve discovered that the number one ingredient for keeping a marriage or any other romantic relationship healthy is humility – the attitude, ability, and freedom to admit wrong, apologize, change, adapt, forgive and receive forgiveness, listen to objective criticism,

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By most metrics The Bahamas is going in the wrong direction as a country, particularly morally. Is there a connection between moral decay and the breakdown of social institutions and even our economy? This is a very important question and I will offer my views

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Bahamas Harvest Church Senior Pastor Mario Moxey, along with members of his congregation, break ground for their new edifice, to be built on property located at Bethel Avenue, in front of St. John’s College. Construction is hoped to begin by the end of the year, with another two years of building time for the edifice that will be able to host 3,000 people and amalgamate both the church’s east and west campuses under one roof.

Almost a year to the day of the re-launch of Bahamas Harvest Church’s (BHC) west campus in the RND Plaza, JFK Drive, to accommodate the burgeoning BHC membership senior pastor Mario Moxey and his congregation saw ground broken at the site for their new mega

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