Articles Under: Bishop Charlesworth Ev. Browne
The renowned evangelical Christian pastor, author, educator, and radio preacher Charles Rozell Swindoll is credited with the quote: “Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.” Recently, I have been led to seriously ponder those words particularly in light of the many crises we are caused to face today. Just over the past three weeks, I have been actively dealing with numerous challenges that range from the relatively ridiculous to the ominously life-threatening.
How long is the list of national honours conferred on diverse deserving creatures since Antigua and Barbuda achieved political independence in 1981? I have seen the list – our list – the complete recognized list and it is mind-boggling, to say the least. I hasten to share with you a French saying which particularly fascinates me: “vous pouvez toujours trouver une raison pour les choses que vous faites” – in English it is rendered: “you can always find a reason for doing the things you do”. Many are yet left to wonder, and pardon my impertinence; – Who really are all
Tis the season for political candidates seeking the favours of the electorate, along with other activists and political party supporters to come into their halcyon days with these words: Don’t forget to register! Don’t forget to vote!
At intervals during the course my day, I usually take some time to interact with the wider church community by way of our Facebook ministry. An initiative is regularly taken early in the morning as I post a Devotional Message and a Love Quote For The Day.
A few weeks ago, I led a group of young people at the Christian Ministries Center in a session on purity which caught their attention beyond my expectations.
President of the Dominica Association of Evangelical Churches (DAEC), Bishop Michael Daniel, made the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States News headlines having declared, upon his re-election to the top post that under his watch the Association will stay away from politics.
As the officers, members and friends of the Christian Ministries Center make festive waves relative to their eighth year of ministry on the Christian landscape of the nation and beyond
Everyone agrees that instilling good values in children is important. We all want children to grow up with the values that we consider laudable. Yet for many parents little conscious thought and systematic effort go into instilling values in their children. Fortunately, most children learn well by
Recently I was most amiably approached by a leading businessman in Antigua who has deep and enduring Syrian roots – he had an overwhelming concern. I sensed agony in his soul as he earnestly asked for the prayers of my church family relative to the ongoing turmoil in Syria.
On the afternoon of Friday 30th August I found myself in the heart of the scene of a most bizarre road accident. The driver of a grey Toyota Yaris was thrown from the vehicle as it flipped multiple times,
Psychologists who study memory point out that we have memories for things that have happened to us, and also memory for where we encountered the things that happened to us. That memory for where we encountered information is called source memory.
As a cleric of warm-blooded, or rather, of warm-hearted stock (Methodist root-age) and a zealous lecturer in Philosophy and Ethics I have somehow, without much effort, gravitated to the profundity of the works of one dubbed the father of modern philosophy – no other than the French philosopher René Descartes. It was René Descartes who [...]
I recall and posit here, the account of a woman in her early sixties who went to a Faith-based Counselor’s office – not my office by the way, and heatedly dumped on him a long list of objections about her husband.
culture is the characteristics of a particular group of people, defined by everything from language, religion, cuisine, social habits, music and arts
From the time they met in 2001 at St. Andrew’s University in Scotland where they were both studying Art History, to the announcement of their engagement on November 16, 2010, to the lavish wedding ceremony at London’s Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011, to the celebrated birth of a baby boy (George Alexander Louis), weighing [...]
Looking closely at our society today, and particularly after a second Summit organized by the ministries team of the Christian Ministries Center in the sometimes seemingly general shambolic fight against crime and violence
I recently made the painful discovery that the term “social grace(s)” is a relatively strange term to an alarming number of young people.