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Jeannie Gibson

About Jeannie Gibson

Jeannie Gibson is a long term employee with The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism. For more than 25 years she has represented The Islands Of The Bahamas in major cities including Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and Atlanta. Currently, Manager Communications, she serves as the Public Relations Account Executive for a number of departments including the Religious Market. Before moving into the Tourism sector, she applied her degree in Journalism as a reporter with the Nassau Guardian, a local Bahamian newspaper. A prolific writer, Jeannie’s articles, stories and press releases have been published in various newspapers, magazines and blogs.

What’s the Key to Family Reconciliation?

There are always going to be problems, challenges, and conflicts in families. After all, look at what happened, in the very first “first family,” between the brothers Cain and Abel (Gen. 4:8). This sibling rivalry did not end well but, thankfully, it is neither the only nor the best example of how to handle family [...]

By | April 1st, 2015|Reconciliation|Comments Off on What’s the Key to Family Reconciliation?

Faith Vs . Fear

Now faith is the substance of things hoped for the evidence of things not seen… (Hebrews 11:1 KJV). Faith is a firm belief for something for which there is no proof... ( Fear is best described as a strong emotion brought on by the expectation of something unpleasant or dangerous. Both faith and fear are [...]

By | January 13th, 2015|2015, Balanced Living, Peace, Peace Featured|Comments Off on Faith Vs . Fear

POEM: Journey of a Smile

God's Spirit brings peace to a person’s inner being. This peace travels through the mind - lighting it up; The rays pour out from the eyes causing them to shine brightly. The heart gets a sense of contentment, unfettered by any worry or cares of the world. There is a swelling, feeling of happiness that [...]

By | January 13th, 2015|Living Inspiration, Peace|Comments Off on POEM: Journey of a Smile

What We Do With Words

It is so important that we show love to each other in our deeds and, just as important, in our words. What we choose to do with words in our communications with one another can show love, respect, and kindness and can uplift the spirit and bolster morale. Or, our words can evoke an ugliness [...]

By | August 2nd, 2014|Balanced Living, The Power of Words|0 Comments

Humility: Living Authentically

As human beings, our prideful nature usually calls us to focus on ourselves the “"I" and "Me".”  The simplest definition of humility is “not being focused on self.” Too often and in many situations, we let our egos get in the way. It becomes important to us how we feel others will think of us [...]

By | June 27th, 2013|Balanced Living, Humility|0 Comments