Jamaican Pathfinders join thousands of Adventist Youth for the 4th Inter-American CamporeeFriday, April 21, 2017 | Ruth-Ann Brown
Over two hundred Jamaican Pathfinders and their leaders including sixty-three from the East Jamaica Conference of Seventh- day Adventists, joined close to 13,000 Adventist youth, in making history at this year's Inter-American Division (IAD) 5- day Pathfinder Camporee April 11-16, 2017 in Santo Domingo.
“SEX IN MODERATION”, says Dr Wilbert Reeves to married couples at Health SeminarThursday, April 13, 2017 | Judith Kirlew Samuels
“That’s a hard pill to swallow,” said one young lady after listening to a presentation in the first week of the “Heaven’s Lifestyle Today” Health Series held at the Heroes Circle Seventh-day Adventist District of Churches which comprise of Ephesus, Cross Roads and Heroes Circle. Pastor for the district is Holland Thompson.
EJC President Lauds Workers at WOW Thanksgiving and Recommitment ServiceThursday, April 6, 2017 | Phillip E. L. Castell
Workers of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in East Jamaica Conference were affirmed and recognized at a special thanksgiving and recommitment service to mark 2017 as the year of the Adventist worker. The service was held under the theme “Workers of Worth (WOW)” at the Constant Spring SDA Church on April 1, 2017 and was launched by Human Resource Director, Jamaica Union Conference (JAMU), Sis. Lisa Marie Samuels.
EJC hosts successful Father-Daughter SymposiumThursday, March 30, 2017 | Phillip E. L. Castell, Director Communication, Public Affairs & Religious Liberty
The Second Father Daughter Symposium in this quadrennium was staged at the Constant Spring SDA Church on March 25, 2017 under the theme “Building Bridges… Transforming Relationships” and saw many fathers affirming their daughters in a memorable service of commitment at the Constant Spring SDA Church.
"Stop being religious practitioners," says Kwon. Adventists urged to make a difference in their communitiesThursday, March 30, 2017 | Phillip E. L. Castell
The Adventist Community Service (ACS) Department in East Jamaica Conference were energized to make greater impact in the community after receiving words of inspiration and encouragement from ACS leaders from the General Conference (GC) and North American Division (NAD) of the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church over the past week-end.
One, Two, Three: NCU Tops National Business Model CompetitionThursday, March 30, 2017 | Nadeen Campbell-Brown - Northern caribbean University
NCU, Mandeville, Jamaica - One, two, three; was the order of placement for Northern Caribbean University (NCU), at the fourth staging of the National Business Model Competition put on by the Development Bank of Jamaica. The competition, which was held last Friday at the Knutsford Court Hotel, had four NCU teams, trained by the Morris Entrepreneurship Centre, entering the competition. Of the four teams, three of them advanced to the finals, which saw NCU as champions for the fourth consecutive time.
EJC Youths give love on GYDWednesday, March 22, 2017 | Phillip E. L. Castell, Director - Communication, Public Affairs & Religious Liberty
Amidst the inclement weather in Kingston and St. Thomas on March 18, 2017, Global Youth Day (GYD) turned out to be a day when young people across East Jamaica Conference and the world made an effort to show their love for God and humanity through acts of kindness which impacted the lives of many on this special day.