Hurricane Matthew effects on Bahamas’ schools, churches revealed

By Gavin Drake
Posted Nov 4, 2016

[Anglican Communion News Service] The bishop of several West Indies islands hit by Hurricane Matthew last month has spoken of how the diocese “fared relatively well”. But Bishop Laish Boyd said that several church and school buildings were damaged and said that “the struggle is real.” In a pastoral letter read in churches in the diocese of the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands last Sunday, Bishop Boyd said that “God is mightier than Hurricane Matthew and all of the damage and displacement caused. Whatever the damage and disruption that Matthew has wrought, God can and will do ten times that amount in healing, recovery and restoration.”

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