LTAH creates new paradigm for evangelism in Jamaica

Who would have thought that in the midst of the worst pandemic the world has experienced over the past one hundred years that the Seventh-day Adventist church in Jamaica would have been able to successfully stage the single largest evangelistic campaign ever? History will record that the first island wide ...
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Partners in Ministry: Impacting the World Together

Jesus was clear about mission and discipleship when He said that the way persons would know His people are indeed His disciples, and not imposters, is when we have a genuine love for each other. Godly love was a rare commodity in His day, and certainly, it is in ours.  ...
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COVID VACCINE REALITY CHECK – Few Jamaicans Will Get Hands On Shield Against Virus

Nadine Wilson-Harris/Staff Reporter | Jamaica Gleaner | A down payment has already been made for Jamaica to access the coronavirus vaccine for a sliver of the population once it becomes available, but failure to immunise a significant number of nationals is unlikely to eliminate COVID-19 in the north Caribbean island, ...
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Children of Garvey, Mandela join call to support Jamaican high school

Vascular surgeon and globetrotting activist Dr Julius Garvey and South African business leader Dr Makaziwe Mandela will join alumni of the Kingsway High School in Kingston and other leaders to announce a global initiative to raise funds to support the institution. Garvey is the son of Jamaican National Hero Marcus Mosiah ...
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Prayers answered for Mandeville Regional Hospital

BY KASEY WILLIAMS | Staff reporter | kaseyw@jamaicaobserver.com | MANCHESTER— Life-saving equipment, including vital sign monitors and an oxygen concentrator valued at $2 million, were recently donated to the Mandeville Regional Hospital by south Manchester native and chief of the Department of Medicine at the North East Georgia Medical Centre ...
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All Aboard! – ‘Family Time on the Islands’ Values-based Caribbean Book Series Sets Sail in Virtual Launch

By Lawrie Henry/JAMU | Remember those good, old time values children used to learn growing up? Be courteous, respect the elderly, work hard for what you want, study your book. The decline in these and other values has caused many to lament the state of our society. Wanting to do ...
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Attrition, Losses, and Growth Rates in the Seventh-day Adventist Church

The link below is a video presentation by David Trim, director of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Office of Archives, Statistics, and Research (ASTR), during Annual Council 2020, as part of the Secretariat report to members of the General Conference Executive Committee on October 8, 2020. Below the link, the presentation’s transcribed text ...
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Our History

A Brief History of the Jamaica Union Conference and its Five Regions...

After 104 years of existence, the territory of West Indies Union Conference was reorganized during a Ceremony of Separation, which took place at Northern Caribbean University (NCU) on Monday, November 29, 2010...

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