Bermuda has experienced some very strange weather in these past few weeks; I think I can confidently say that most of the world has experienced the same strange tweaks of Mother Nature.
Walia Ming: Many believe that Muslims worship Muhammad – but this is absolutely not true!
Rev Maria Seaman: The story of Esther and Mordecai is one that clearly shows that God's plan to save His people will manifest in spite of the hardships or times of adversity the people may face.
Pastor Gary Simons: The Bible contains God’s love letters to you so that you would have faith in Him and discover what living for Him is really about.
Walia Ming: Many of my fellow Bermudians are still mystified by the presence of Muslims in Bermuda and globally.
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Rev Maria Seaman: The truth is that either you will be a nation under God or a nation under law. Law is not necessarily sinful or evil; it is simply a lower standard to live by.
Walia Ming: In Islam, there are a few basic values, which, if followed, allow mankind to attain a good and moral level of life.
Rev Maria Seaman: What an example Joseph leaves for us as he speaks loudly of the benefits of forgetting the bitter deeds of others and being a better seed to others.
Pastor Gary Simons: My concern, as well as that of many of the faith-based leaders, leaders of social agencies, and members of the general public, is the “rush and urgency” with which the Government is trying to implement gaming in Bermuda.
An 'intriguing' mix of music students, their teachers and other professional musicians will be performing at Crawl Church, Hamilton Parish on Saturday, March 29, at 7pm.
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Rev. Maria Seaman: As a teacher, one of the signs or messages that I placed on the wall of my classroom was this: "Your attitude helps determine your altitude".
Pastor Gary Simons: We are witnessing the political world unravel before our eyes with practices, allegations, and accusations that, at best, point to a lack of integrity in Government.
Walia Ming: People seem to be more nasty and hasty than ever before. I wonder what it is? What is happening to the happy Bermuda resident.
Walia Ming: I cannot let [Black History Month] pass without mentioning one of our own Bermuda heroes and that is Dr Pauulu Kamarakafego.
Dr Maria Seaman: I find that in today's world there is a constant watering down of the richness in meaning of certain words like love, awesome and integrity.
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The Bermuda Sun bids farewell...
JUL 30, 2014: It marked the end of an era as our printers and collators produced the very last edition of the Bermuda Sun.
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