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    Default The Church speaks out in the media

    I'll use this thread to highlight when the Church speaks out in the media.

    A CALL for gunmen to hand over their weapons to church leaders and other public figures echoed through the service of peace and unity at the Corletts Road Community Centre in St. Catherine, yesterday.
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    This one will be forgoten soon. Not many people read.
    Attitude is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gillion
    This one will be forgoten soon. Not many people read.
    I know. Nonetheless, I think it is important.
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    ".We have to be concerned and say things can't continue like this," said Rev Rodney, who added that Jamaicans could find out what they could do to bring about change.

    The country, he said, should not be immobilised by fear but to "let it propel us to the need for change".
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    Pastor advocating teamwork for solving the nations problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mead

    not nice . . . .
    Dear God,
    Please help all the gay/chinese/poor/jewish/mormon/boring/overly religious/Seventh Day Adventists/over users of the phrase 'aye caramba '/pedophiles

    Best regards,
    ME.

    .::If you take me seriously you are a closet homo-christian cos 50% of the time I'm only half kidding ::.

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    Here's a letter to the Gleaner from a member of the Christian faith. It's not from "official" church office, but represents the church nonetheless.

    All the children in this saga have been exposed to Biblical teaching on sexual morality. Something is wrong in our churches if our young people do not know what to do with their sexuality because the church sweeps the issue under the carpet as if sex does not exist. What is their option? To indulge from afar - they buy magazines, soak in all they can get from cable TV, watch blue movies, fantasize and videograph sexual exploits to satisfy their lust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCryptoKnight
    Here's a letter to the Gleaner from a member of the Christian faith. It's not from "official" church office, but represents the church nonetheless.

    LOL.....this one funny nuh rasta
    look at the patience that I'm demonstratin'
    After a week or two I usually start eliminatin'
    But we got thru the convo on the phone
    Now we finally chillin' in the condo all alone
    I tried to be the expressive, without bein' aggressive
    Just bein suggestive, a lil more impressive

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    Quote Originally Posted by acidblade
    LOL.....this one funny nuh rasta
    Why is that?
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    Here's more:

    MONTEGO BAY, St James -The Calvary Baptist Church's Reverend Everton Jackson yesterday challenged the nation to counter the negative values he said were emanating from the local media, area dons and musical icons.

    Jackson suggested that the education system be used to steer the society's youth away from "regrettable choices", through a moral agenda.
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