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“My Heart – The Story of Broken and Healed” is Careen Carlton’s first collection of poems, poems drawn not only from the heart of the author but of the others’ as well. Rummaging through camouflaged human emotion, the words leave the reader with a memory that is familiar. Careen invites us to see, examine and experience the love and desperation, ecstasy and emptiness, fulfillment and honesty in each word. Each piece has a depth that makes understanding our own emotion a little clearer. In her own style, She manages to capture what is often so difficult to express, almost as if she is there with us. “My Heart – The Story of Broken and Healed” is Personal, only an emotional snow-cone can pen.

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The fact of this is spoken by a factivist. Bono uses facts to tell us about the changes and the things that are still to be changed in the world to make it a better place.

Though I am not in a state to palate his sexual undertones and other religions notes, his points of feasible alleviation of the horror that exists in this world is precision. It must however be mixed with more than just monetary capabilities, and be infused with human morality and our humanness.  We must more than mention the connotation of God, and include Him in the action.

An incorporation of the power of prayer will amaze many who just see this end time as a period in history, but recognize the prophesy.  The inclusion of Christ who was murdered to shed His blood for causes just like this one will shake the global boots of the demon leader called Satan.  This inclusion should not be eminently visible, just actively prominent.

Take a look and listen to Bono. We can help.  Join in and share Christ in this movement.

Here is the video:

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Raga Soca! Dance Hall! Dub Shots! Calypso! R&B! Slow Jams! Were all a delight on Saturday, April 27, 2013 for the debut album launch “ I Need You” from Neesha Woods, the Gospel Bajan Artist.  Artists from around the island came in support of the gospel artist who brought her ministry to the fore front with the release of her first album.  There was dancing room for all who knew that praise burned the nostrils of Jehovah as the sweet smelling noise rose to the heavens.

Children, seniors and youth  were on their feet raising their hands to the Lord. Each artist gave of their gift to encourage the praise to the Lord.  Shane Forrester, Allison Norville, Paula Hinds, 13th Apostle,  Nayan Warrington, Michael “Bishop” Holford, and many others introduced an atmosphere of praise, worship and warfare beyond any other.

Neesha Woods came to the stage with a heart bursting from passion to tell the good news with records such as Nah Go Bow, Adrenaline, and many others. The standing room was like a nightmare at the front of the sanctuary as there was none. There was only dancing room to put Satan under our feet and tell him who we were dancing for.

Congratulations Neesha.

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Paula Hinds & Careen Carlton

Paula Hinds & Careen Carlton

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Bishop, Nayan & Careen Carlton

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Lester Welch, Neil Crichlow

Lester Welch, Neil Crichlow

DJ Calvin, Psalmist Jamal

DJ Calvin, Psalmist Jamal

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Friday, November 30, 2012, The Island of Barbados is celebrating 46yrs of independence. To many, it may be just another year, and another day; however, if you know about the history of the Caribbean region, you now how much this means to our people. Not just Barbados, but the entire archipelago. It means we became our own government, and said how things were to be run with little or no interference from the European monarchy.

We are a free people, with the ability to make our choices about what ever we want. It’s that plain and simple. There have been, and still are challenges that we need to iron out, carry to the threshing floor as a nation and a region. However, we maintain our freedom, with a severed umbilical cord, and a continual emotional and cultural bond to the Monarchy.

Our Freedom is celebrated daily as we see that we can publicly tell others about Jesus, and how much he can do for them. So, this independence, introduce someone to a freedom where they can choose to depend on the Lord God, Jehovah, Jirah, El Shaddai, Elohim, Nisi, and what they need him to be.

Happy Independence, Barbados, from The C2 Project Radio

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The C2 Project Radio Presents “#SpotPraise “Live”

Featuring Nayan Warrington, with his Debut album, “Mr. War-In-Ton

Lime Gospel Challenge Winner, Shamel Waterman

The Welches Christian Union Mission Chorale, The Moravian Disciples, Ricky Broomes, 13th Apostle and Charmaine Rollock

Special Delivery of the Word “Differently” with Dario Richards

Saturday, August 25, 2012
6pm, at Church of the Nazarene, Halls Road, St. Michael

Admission is $15

Spot Praise! . . . throw ur head bk & flash God a smile . . . ’cause u’ve found ur praisespot