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Praying over South Coast

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Members of the Christian community have stepped out from their churches to pray against demonic forces, which they say are at play.

Yesterday at Accra Beach, Christ Church, a Prayer Rally was organised by Prayer Warriors International and Restoration Ministries, and during the service, the representatives highlighted the importance of reaching out to God.

One of the issues theywere asking God to fix was the nearby sewage problems along the South Coast.

Speaker Apostle David Durant said Barbados was still a great nation, despite negative press; but he acknowledged, there were issues which needed fixing.

“Prayer is not the only thing we need, but I will say it works. It must be added to the other things,” he said.

Evangelist Courtney Selman of Prayer Warriors International said his group always tried to assist others, citing their deliveries of bottled water in 2016 when there were severe water shortages in some parts of the island.

“We believe there is a very serious spirit, if not demonic spirit, hovering over Barbados and we need to do something,” Selman said.

He also acknowledged the bad publicity Barbados received from the Telegraph in the United Kingdom, which ran an article that mentioned our economic issues and sewage problems.

“I’m not sure people are taking it as serious as it is. Tourism is very fragile, so we have to treat it with kid gloves and with prayer; so that’s why we are here,” Selman added.

Richard Fields, a member of the Anglican Church also said such events were important, as there were issues all over the island.

“We can’t do it on our own. We have to ask for God’s help; to give us the ideas on how to deal with [the problems] and get them solved as soon as possible,” Fields said. (TG)

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