If all the world lived in one village World evangelism statistics: What would our world look like? Raw population statistics overwhelm you. Here’s one way of visualizing the world and its economic, housing, health, religious and educational needs: Shrink the earth’s population to one village of exactly 100 people. Apply the earth’s racial, economic and […]
Here’s a wonderful article explaining some of the significance of __Mardi Gras__ / __Carnival__ / __Shrove Tuesday__. Although written about New Orleans, it applies equally to Port of Spain. By Daryl Wingerd __Fat Tuesday__ is another name for __Mardis Gras__, the raucous annual parade and party held in the streets of New Orleans, Louisiana. The […]
If we could shrink the Earth’s population to a village of precisely I00 people and with all existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look like this: There would be 57 Asians, 21 Europeans, 14 from the Western Hemisphere (North and South), and 8 Africans. 51 would be female, 49 would be male. 70 […]
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I found this on the web. It seems so true… A simple friend has never seen you cry. A real friend has shoulders soggy from your tears. A CARIBBEAN FRIEND CAUSE DE D*** TEARS IN DE FUS PLACE
by R.C. Sproul Jr. Turnabout is fair play. The pagan Roman festivals, while making a minor comeback, are not on the forefront of anyone’s social calendar these days. But seeing a block full of events between the fourth Thursday in November, and the beginning of the New Year, many have decided to crash our parties. […]
Suppose you’re traveling to work and you see a stop sign. What do you do? That depends on how you exegete the stop sign.
Somewhere between saintliness and foolishness we find a curious creature called a missionary. Missionaries come in assorted sizes, weights and colors, but all
What is ah Trini? Is how yuh go define dat one? Dey have plenty dat born right here, who navel string bury right in dey own back yard, but when yuh study dem good, yuh has to wonder. Den again, it have plenty plenty Trini dat wasn’t born widin ah thousand mile of T&T, never […]
No matter how fulfilling life becomes, there are always certain regrets when one looks back. My deepest sense of loss involves my father. So much has happened since his death. I often wonder what it would be like to share it all with him, and what his reaction would be.