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Give the Gift of Great Dining this Christmas with Flying Fish Coupons

Freeport, Bahamas -

Happy Holidays from Flying Fish!

The holidays are fast approaching, let Flying Fish take care of all your holiday needs:

NOW BOOKING Christmas parties, lunches, holiday gatherings, cocktail receptions.

Give gift certificates to clients, co-workers, family & friends.  We can customize them with your logo. 

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Salvation is a gift and free for all people

For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith - and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God - not by works, so that no one can boast. - Ephesians 2:8-9.

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Give the Gift of Great Dining this Christmas with Flying Fish Coupons

Freeport, Bahamas -

Happy Holidays from Flying Fish!

The holidays are fast approaching, let Flying Fish take care of all your holiday needs:

NOW BOOKING Christmas parties, lunches, holiday gatherings, cocktail receptions.

Give gift certificates to clients, co-workers, family & friends.  We can customize them with your logo. 

Give the gift of Great Dining!

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Neil Ellis new presiding bishop at Global United Fellowship of Churches

Almost three months after Bishop Neil Ellis, senior pastor at Mount Tabor Church, officially announced his resignation from the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International, he was installed as presiding bishop and prelate of the newly launched Global United Fellowship of Churches (GUF).
Ellis was installed on Wednesday, November 6 at a service of Episcopal institution and inauguration in the Grand Ballroom at Atlantis, which was attended by delegates from as far away as Germany. The chief celebrant for the service was Bishop Jay Delano Ellis, metropolitan archbishop, The Joint College of African-American Pentecostal Bishops. The concelebrants were Alfred Owens, metropolitan archbishop and presiding prelate at Mount Calvary Holy Churches of America Inc., and Bishop Kenneth Ulmer, presiding bishop of Macedonia International Fellowship, chairman, Council of Apostolic Fathers and senior pastor of Faithful Central Bible Church in Los Angeles.
Bishop Jay Delano Ellis said the GUF presiding bishop was a man who embraced his brothers and sisters of like faith and never found reason to scorn anyone at any time.
"He helps. He heals. He lifts," said the chief celebrant. "We're here not to tell Global United Fellowship what to do with its organization, not to tell you what ought to be done. If we know so much we should have done it before we got here, ourselves. But we're here to seal your election and to say to the world that he is suitable for the position, and respected among us as one who has earned the right to sit in the apostolic chair."
The GUF presiding bishop leads a fellowship that is now nine weeks old with a total of 133 churches and seven fellowships totaling 149 churches.
And he thanked his congregation at Mt. Tabor Church.
Ellis took the helm at GUF after resigning in August from Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International in August after 20 years.
GUF is a Christian Fellowship that embraces churches, ministries, fellowships and pastors who acknowledge, accept and submit to Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. According to its mission, GUF will not allow any name, denomination, doctrine, tradition, socio-economic or cultural composition to separate or prevent them from experiencing the authentic fellowship of the saints of the living God. Its mission is to foster biblical unity among Christian believers as one body in Christ.
Its mission states that it will focus on the empowering and perfecting of saints through biblical training, mentoring, discipling, personal and ministry development and that it will focus on the cultivation of spiritual gifts rather than on doctrines and theological positions.
The GUF mission states that it believes there is more that unites people than that which divides people.
In its beliefs, it says that God is the creator of all that exists and the Body of Christ is the vehicle that God uses for impacting the world. It believes that the Word of God is the standard for both the family and the nations and should not be compromised, and that everything people do they must glorify God. It also believes that members of the Body of Christ should be equipped for the challenges of life, the expectations of God and the demands of ministry as what they do today affects future generations.
GUF is an international body of spiritual leaders, fellowships and congregations united to strategically plan, implement and execute transformative and generational change as well as expanding the kingdom of God to all the nations of the world.
The fellowship is dedicated to becoming a voice, speaking forth the mind and counsel of God. Its purpose is to promote the agenda of God in the earth, while advancing kingdom culture.
In its statement of purpose it says it will use its collective influence, wisdom and resources to work to ensure that continuous generations of prophetic voices, change agents and policy makers rise up in the kingdom of God to reclaim the "seven mountains" that shape culture and influence human behavior.
The seven mountains it will collectively organize to influence, change and to assist with the advancement of the kingdom for the glory of God include business, government, media, arts and entertainment, education, the family and religion.
GUF as a Christian fellowship commits to embracing both the eternal transforming power of Calvary and the supernatural power of Pentecost, demonstrating the principles of holiness, miracles and revelation as exemplified specifically in the book of Acts and throughout the scriptures.

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Words Made Flesh

The infancy narrative in the Gospel of John is distinctly different than those found in the Synoptic Gospels. His account of the birth of Jesus is not in the narrative style of Mark, Matthew and the Lucan account. In his rendering of the incarnation John writes: "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God."

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Champion Pacers get gift from SkyBahamas

By RENALDO DORSETT

Sports Reporter

rdorsett@tribunemedia.net

ACCOLADES continue to pour in for the reigning Hugh Campbell champions as a notable corporate citizen extended its congratulations with a tangible gift offer.

SkyBahamas presented R M Bailey Pacers head coach Nigel Ingraham with a round-trip ticket to any destination under the SkyBahamas umbrella along with complimentary accommodations at a corresponding resort.

Plans are also underway for the airline to treat the entire team to a daylong getaway to an island of their choice, plans for which will be announced at a later date.

Chief operations officer for SkyBahamas, Kenneth Romer, said his organisation saw it as a keen sense ...

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Cost of stadium'gift'

"Millions in stadium contracts on the way"Nassau Guardian, Page A5, Saturday, 2nd October 2010. A recent(2nd October 2010)issue of The Nassau Guardian carried a story on page A5 outlining the need for the government to borrow fifty million dollars to finish the Oakes Field stadium and build the necessary supporting infrastructure.
So, the$30 million'gift of a stadium'to be built primarily with foreign labor sending their labor income out of the country and paying for most of the material to foreign providers, finally comes clear to one and all. Taxpayers are going to pay for the borrowing of another$50 million in order to complete the building and the infrastructure. So, the$30 mi ...

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Stat Oil Company brings Christmas to East Grand Bahama

Freeport, Bahamas
- Stat Oil Company provided lunch and gifts for three Grand Bahama
Island schools this week. Students from McLeans Town, High Rock and
Freetown enjoyed lunch and each received a present...

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50,000 gift for Thunderbird boats

By BRENT STUBBS

Senior Sports Reporter

bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

THE Rev Dr McPhee has received a $50,000 gift to help sail his Thunderbird boats through the 2011 season.

Yesterday, the cheque presentation took place at Compass Point where McPhee thanked Asue Draw's marketing manager Levin Wilson for his company's continued assistance.

"As you are well aware, sloop sailing is a very expensive sport. In order for boats to be able to participate in over 12 regattas per year, it takes corporate companies who are interested and concerned to make those things happen," McPhee stated.

Last year, McPhee said the Asue Company expended over $100,000 in the sailing community as the ...

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Losing The Gift Of Pain

Pain is not often thought of as a gift.  Pain is the body's early warning system to let us know something is wrong or that we are hurt and need attention.  So when one cannot feel pain, especially on the feet, the results can be devastating -- ulcers, loss of leg and loss of life.

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