Belize PM talk with Church on gender delayed

Belize PM

Scott Stirm of Belize Action is rallying the Church again to prayer in advance of its meeting with the PM

GOVERNMENT & ECONOMY PRAYER: The Church’s meeting with the Belize PM Dean Barrow on the gender policy has been postponed again & again since July. Now it appears the main participants won’t be here to come together until late September. In the meantime BAEC is planning three nights of corporate prayer to take place just before the final set date of that meeting. It’s called Operation Stand in the Gap. It will happen in all six districts plus Belmopan. But that will only be the climax of our prayers. Till then let’s do what we’ve been exhorted to do, in Pastor Scott Stirm’s words: Join hands and worship and pray over the Belize PM, Chief Justice, and all our national leaders. Pray the fear of the Lord over and in their hearts. Continue doing this every time we gather until we hear from the Chief Justice!

And pray for BAEC & BCC leaders to speak in unity & divine authority that can’t be denied.

Tues. 29 July at 6:30 pm

REMAR Belize, 5 Johnson St./Vernon St. near Bel-China Bridge (secure parking available)

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Purpose of Government in the democratic nation of Belize:

To uphold “principles which acknowledge the supremacy of God”, and the exercise of “freedom… founded upon respect for moral and spiritual values and upon the rule of law…” (Preamble of the Constitution of Belize; see Pr. 1:7; Dt. 10:17-18; Ps. 136:1-9; Dan. 2:47; especially 1 Tim. 6:13-17; 1 Pet. 2:12-17)

To keep the peace and administer justice in punishing criminal offenses (1 Tim. 2:1-2; Rom. 13:3-4)


As representatives of the Belizean people, to carry out the mandates of majority vote within the boundaries of Constitutional protection of equal rights for minority groups and individuals (Acts 6:1-6), rights including freedom of thought, religion, conscience, expression, assembly and association. Constitutional provisions II.1.(d) and II.11.(1)

To provide incentives and regulations that promote the common good, which is “the sum total of social conditions which allow people, either as groups or as individuals, to reach their fulfillment more fully and more easily” (1994 Catechism no. 1906; see 1 Pet. 2:12-17)

To compel all to bear their fair share of personal & financial burden for the common good (Rm.13:5-8)

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No response yet from Belize PM on Church gender report

 

 

 

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