Friday, April 19, 2024

PM urges hope


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PRIME MINISTER Freundel Stuart yesterday urged this country’s newest gospel radio station to help provide hope for all Barbadians, saying the country needed it now more than ever.
“This could not be any more timely. This country needs hope. We cannot afford not to believe in the future,” he told a standing-room-only congregation at the People’s Cathedral on Bishop’s Court Hill, St Michael, moments before cutting the ribbon to officially launch the Christ Is The Answer (CITA) gospel station.
Noting that the launch came at the timely religious juncture between Good Friday and Easter Sunday, Stuart said he accepted yesterday’s invitation to open the new station because of the religious importance regarding the death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
“We are not the authors or finishers of our own fate. That lies with Jesus Christ. We simply cannot afford not to have hope,” he said.
Read the full story in today’s SUNDAY SUN.

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