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    TEACH IT! PREACH IT! with Noella Ogunbiyi of Barbados

    in Christianity

    Bethel Life International Fellowship in conjunction with Bethel Life School of Biblical Studies is pleased to present our newest addition to the BLIF Network programming schedule, “TEACH IT!, PREACH IT!.”


    The objective of this program is to provide a platform for the students of BLSBS to share the Word of God with the world and the Christian Community at large.  It is unfortunate that untold numbers of up and coming preachers and teachers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ are lanquishing in the pews of our churches instead of flourishing in the pulpits and classrooms.


    God has given us the vision to use the resourses He has provided to afford our students with a venue to sharpen their skills and gain experience.


    Each week you will be able to tune in and hear the Word being present by eager men and women called by God through Jesus Christ to minister to His people.  We appreciate your continued support as we strive to bring you quality, Scriptured based programming.


    If you would like to leave questions, comments, or words of encouragement, please forward them to our email address: network@bethellifeif.org


    This week we present Noella Ogunbiyi of Barbados with her message entitled “What makes the difference in discouraging times”.

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    Rawle Maycock will Join us to talk about Barbados Politics Episode #13

    in Radio

    Please join us to hear Mr. Maycock give his expert opinions of politics in Barbados and other hot topics.

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    TEACH IT! PREACH IT! The Blood has a Voice with Jamal Medas (Barbados)

    in Christianity

    Bethel Life International Fellowship in conjunction with Bethel Life School of Biblical Studies is pleased to present our newest addition to the BLIF Network programming schedule, “TEACH IT!, PREACH IT!.”


    The objective of this program is to provide a platform for the students of BLSBS to share the Word of God with the world and the Christian Community at large.  It is unfortunate that untold numbers of up and coming preachers and teachers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ are lanquishing in the pews of our churches instead of flourishing in the pulpits and classrooms.


    God has given us the vision to use the resourses He has provided to afford our students with a venue to sharpen their skills and gain experience.


    Each week you will be able to tune in and hear the Word being present by eager men and women called by God through Jesus Christ to minister to His people.  We appreciate your continued support as we strive to bring you quality, Scriptured based programming.


    If you would like to leave questions, comments, or words of encouragement, please forward them to our email address: network@bethellifeif.org


     This week we present Jamal Medas of Barbados with his message entitled “The Blood has a Voice”.

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    SMOOTH OPERATORS SPECIAL GUEST FROM BARBADOS CHER ANTOINETTE

    in Entertainment

    CHER CORBIN – WRITER & ARTIST


    This Barbadian daughter is a mother of two, a forensic scientist and is a
    silver and bronze award winner in Photography (2009) at the National
    Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA).
    An Honours Graduate in Chemistry from UWI Cave Hill Campus, in 1989
    Cher gained the position of being the first Forensic Scientist in Barbados
    having achieved her Masters in Forensic Science from Kings College,
    University of London. She has since had a long and rewarding career in
    the field and is presently the Director of the Forensic Sciences Centre,
    Office of the Attorney General.
    Cher prides herself in being both left and right brained and demonstrates
    her creativity as an artist in many different areas. In 2011 she added to her
    awards by receiving two silver medals in the Literary Arts at NIFCA for her
    prose pieces "INTERVENTION" and "THE PINK SLIP". The latter also
    won her the Incentive Award for the Most Promising Adult Prose Piece.
    She was awarded a bronze in 2012 with “THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS
    CUSS-OUT” and in the Fine Arts category another bronze for her
    Watercolour “BRIDGE AT THE HOLE”. In 2013 her Acrylic painting
    “GEM OF SPEIGHTSTOWN” was awarded a Bronze award.
    Cher’s works have been published in St. Somewhere Online Literary
    Journal, Blackberry:The Magazine, and in four anthologies – Bamboo
    Press –‘She Sex’, The National Cultural Foundation’s – ‘Winning
    Words’, “She Speaks – Woman’s Journal” and ‘Senseisha’ – An
    Anthology on the sensuality of the Barbadian Woman. She is presently
    working on two novellas, “SILVERED MIRRORS” and “THE PINK
    SLIP”.
     

  • 00:44

    Speak Your Mind (Barbados), Episode 1

    in Radio

    Host: Charlie Spice


    Guests: Colin Daniel, Maureen Smith, Leon Henry


    DISCUSSION TOPICS



    Should Jeremy Clarkson of TopGear be allowed to come to Barbados inspite of the alleged racial slurs he made publicly about black people?
    Should he be made to make a public apology to Barbadians first.


    What are your thoughts?


    Speak Your Mind facilitates open, uncensored and unbiased discussions on issues related to Business, Religion, Society, Sports, Health, Tourism and Politics.


    Listeners worldwide are invited join the discssion to share their views, opinions, complaints and concerns.


    This show is only for persons who are NOT afraid to speak their minds.


    Music: "Tradewinds" track by Elan Trotman and Jonathan Butler.

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    The Barbados and Carolinas Connection with Rhoda Green

    in History

     The Barbados and Carolinas Connection with Rhoda Green
    Most Barbadians today are unaware or disinterested about their linkages to the Carolinas. However, Rhoda Green recognizes that the past impacts the present each day.  The present, however, can promote forgetfulness, ignorance and sometimes denial.  This reality motivates her to provide a vehicle for sharing, collaboration and an opportunity to better understand this shared history and the lessons learned from it.  This inspiration and passion influenced her decision to become the Founder and Chair of Development for The Barbados and Carolina Legacy Foundation. http://www.barbadoscarolinas.org
    Mrs. Green was born in Bardados, West Indies and resides in Charleston, SC with her husband and children. She currently serves as the honorary Consul for Barbados in South Carolina.
    Her work with the Barbados Carolina Connection led to the Twinning of Speightostown, Barbados and Charleston, South Carolina in 1998.  That was followed with bringing the Barbados Tourism Authority and SCETV together to produce a documentary that is shown on ETV and is entitled, ”From Barbados to Carolina”.

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    UNSOLVED MURDERS a/k/a Police Executions in Barbados. Episode #11

    in Radio

    Join us tonight where we will get into the dark past known to Barbadian policemen; i.e., executions.  We will also have a special guest, Dennis Taitt, who will speak to us about police brutality.  And who killed Pele Parris is still a question on the lips of some Barbadians.  There is no expiry date on murder.  

  • 00:22

    Magical Barbados! Pt. 2

    in Travel

    The magic of Barbados lies in the fact that it encompasses a little bit of everything. It is rich in history but has many sides, both historic and modern; from the tranquil beaches of the West coast which allows for relaxation and meditation to the awe-inspiring turbulence of the Atlantic ocean-waves. And everywhere, whether brown, pink or white, the sandy beaches are simply breathtaking.
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    Email: travel@timothybuss.com Our website - http://tbusstravel.com/

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    Episode #3. KAREN HARRIS and other hot topics

    in Radio

    In this episode of Naked Departure, Charlie Spice and Sheri Veronica discuss the following:


    DISCUSSION TOPICS



    School girls / boys in Barbados turning to prostitution
    Underage sex in Barbados
    Marva Ward: The cutlass victim from Haggett Hall
    Karen Harris: The women from St. George who wnet joggin and turned up missing. Apparently.

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