LONG LOOK, Tortola, VI – “I challenge the church, even at this honouring ceremony, to start to take the front seat in the country rather than the back seat,” challenged Representative for the First District Honourable Andrew A. Fahie on November 17, 2013.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Bishop for the New Life Baptist Church John I. Cline said it is time strong measures be taken to stamp out the alleged unprofessional and rude behaviours that continue to plague the ports of entry in the Virgin Islands; namely at Sopher’s Hole, Road Town and Beef Island.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Nearly 300 students participated in a service held at the St George’s Church in Road Town earlier today, October 10, 2013. The service was followed by a march which took the route of Main Street into Fleming Street then Waterfront Drive and finally back into the church yard on Main Street.
DUFFS BOTTOM, Tortola, VI- ‘Powerful’ is certainly one of the words to describe the on-going Power Plus services at the New Life Baptist Church in Duffs Bottom. The one-week event is set to end on a very high note on Friday October 13, 2013 following two nights of Bishop George Bloomer.
CANE GARDEN BAY, Tortola, VI- It was indeed an array of flags, food and fun in keeping with the theme of the Cane Garden Bay Baptist Church’s International Cultural Day on Saturday September 28, 2013.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- “It’s about some of the challenges that I have gone through myself and not only as a Christian because every single person on the earth goes through some sort of trial and a lot of tests and all of us are tempted at some time,” said local pastor Allen A. Blyden as he spoke exclusively with Virgin Islands News Online about his first book ‘Tried, Tested & Tempted.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – “A person engaging in homosexuality is a person that sins and continues to sin, they are of the devil.” This is according to Apostle James Duncan of the USA, who was among a group of church leaders on the Morning Ride Show on ZROD FM radio today, September 12, 2013.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Recently the churches in the Virgin Islands came in for criticism for being too passive in the face against pressing issues in the territory. Another criticism since leveled against it is that it has become too worldly.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – One caller on the Speak Out BVI radio programme said it was his understanding that the clergy was being held responsible for the absence of pari-mutuel betting within the Territory and felt that the church should be paying attention to more important issues than this.