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Senior Pastor of Restoration Ministries International, Senator Dr. David Durant.
Troubling times
We are living in turbulent times and the need for all of God’s people to turn to Him has never been more important than it is now.

This is according to Senior Pastor of Restoration Ministries International, Senator Dr. David Durant, who delivered remarks at the Eagles Eye Conference on Monday night at the church.

“On the home front here in Barbados the abuse of children and the elderly is a source of concern; domestic violence is disturbing; use of guns and the selling of drugs is on the rise. On a daily basis the media invades our homes or electronic gadgets bringing the bad news to us in real time, exposing us to a sense of helplessness, stress, fatigue, vulnerability and depression.”

Things do not look any better on the international scene where natural disasters such as earthquakes seem to be occurring with increased frequency, he added.

“We live in a very troubled world:...

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