From the Nassau Guardian
Archbishop: "History should be seen as a book of lessons."
As Anglicans celebrated the 150th anniversary of the Diocese in The Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands, and what it measn to be of their faith and Christian, they were told their history should be seen as a book of lessons from whcih they can gather some insights that can make them more effective in their mission and ministry today.
"Know that whatever happened yesterday or yesteryear - be it good, bad or indifferent - can still be a lesson for us today about how we can deal with today so we may have no regrets about tomorrow," said The Reverend John Holder, arcbhbishop of the West Indies and bishop of Barbados at the service held at Christ Church Cathedral. "Our history should be a lesson that can help us not repeat the mistakes of yesterday, but to carve out a better tomorrow."
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