January 24, 2018

Pope Francis lands in Chile

From teleSUR The pontiff will also speak with survivors of the military dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet (1973-1990). Chilean President Michelle Bachelet greeted Pope Francis this evening as he stepped onto the tarmac of the Santiago airport, arriving from Rome. He has been welcomed in Santiago by crowds that are described as “very thin” by media […]

How Jamaican David Martin became an Animation Evangelist

By Kimron Corion From Huffington Post Today on “How They Did It” I speak to David Martin, the Jamaican born Animation Evangelist currently leading the charge where digital animation in the Caribbean is concerned. Tell me a little about who you are: My name is David Martin, 38 years old. Jamaican born grew up in […]

Cayman Keswick 2018

By Georgina Wilcox Cayman Keswick swung into action last Sunday night (14) at The First Baptist Church, opposite The Lions Centre in George Town. I say ‘swung’ because the Keswick choir comprising members of various congregations had the large crowd singing along and swinging in their seats. This set the mood for a very enjoyable […]

Why was Martin Luther King Jr. so remarkable?

By Dr. James Dobson From Family Talk His great love for God defined his life and his message. “In an era marked by many well-intentioned social causes and campaigns–which mostly lack the power and moral authority only God can provide–Martin Luther King Jr.’s extraordinary contributions to the Civil Rights Movement stand distinctly apart. Dr. King […]

Blanket Day for cancer

Our DFW church MLK Hope Worldwide did a blanket day for cancer!!! Donald Everett Gay published 3 photos in OJOH CANCER CARE MINISTRY LEADERS. IMAGES: Facebook Cancer care ministry is a hope ministry. While it involves prayer, counsel, visits and assistance, it is centered on bringing God’s hope to patients and their caregivers, family and […]

Caribbean pastor battles for his life in Harlem nursing home

BY NELSON A. KING From Caribbean Life The Rev. Reginald Euclid Moore, a very vibrant Methodist Church Minister who served in the Chateaubelair-Kingstown Circuit in St. Vincent and the Grenadines in the 1970s, is now battling for his life in a Harlem nursing home. The Nevisian-born Moore, 77, who received this theological training at the […]

Theological educational grants awarded for Episcopalians, Anglicans in Caribbean, Latin America

The Commission for Theological Education for Latin America and the Caribbean (CETALC) has awarded 25 grants in six categories plus administrative funding for $349,170 to support the educational, theological and formational needs of the church in Latin America and the Caribbean. The grants were approved by the Episcopal Church Executive Council at its October 2017 […]

King for a day – & 50 years after

BY VINETTE K. PRYCE From Caribbean Life America’s only revered King — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. — and the only non-president American citizen to be granted a national holiday will be commemorated throughout the nation with music, dance, art, film, poetry, panel discussions and on the west coast, a parade in Los Angeles, California. […]

Anti-LGBT U.S. pastor does not expect Jamaica to ban him

From Washington Blade An anti-LGBT pastor from the U.S. tells the Washington Blade that he does not expect the Jamaican government to ban him from the country.Steven Anderson of the Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Ariz., is scheduled to be in Jamaica from Jan. 29-Feb. 3 for a “Missions Trip.” Jay John, a Jamaican […]

Cayman Islands church tells you to ‘Sing the Glory’

By Georgina Wilcox On Saturday 30th December 2017 the year ended, for me, with a satisfying glow and satisfaction after watching and listening to the Sanctuary Choir from John Gray Memorial United Church, in West Bay. It was an Encore presentation performed for those who did not get to hear it on Christmas Day and, […]