MOU signed for EJC Pastors to be trained as Family Life CounselorsThursday, April 16, 2015 | Phillip E.L. Castell
A memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed between East Jamaica Conference (EJC) and Northern Caribbean University (NCU) on April 14, 2015 for the training of pastors and Conference directors in family life counseling. Training in para professional counseling will take place over three days beginning May 5 - 7, 2015 at the East Jamaica Conference board room which will pave the way for pastors who wish to take the international degree counseling program to commence training later this year in June.
Adventist Students on non-Adventist Campuses Encouraged to remain FaithfulTuesday, April 14, 2015 | Phillip E.L. Castell
Adventist students from non-Adventist Tertiary institutions in Jamaica participated in a webcast hosted by the Inter-American Division (IAD) of Seventh-day Adventist on Sabbath April 11, 2015 where students from across the IAD territory shared in group discussions and fielded questions to top church leaders on IAD Tertiary Students day.
Adventist Envoy Asks Obama to Protect Religious FreedomSaturday, April 11, 2015 | Andrew McChesney - Adventist Review
ASeventh-day Adventist Church official asked U.S. President Barack Obama at a White House breakfast on Tuesday to keep religious freedom at the forefront of his administration’s foreign policy.
New Medical Missionaries ready to lend a helping handTuesday, April 7, 2015 | Fabia Phillips-Lawrence
Another set of Medical Missionary Graduates are now ready to face the world and impart knowledge about how to maintain optimum health God’s way. A graduation exercise, tied in with a weekend convention, was held at the Half-Way Tree Seventh-day Adventist church on April 3 and 4, 2015.
Colporteurs encouraged to keep their eyes on JesusThursday, April 2, 2015 | Sophia Dormer
How important is a Vision? This was the question asked by Dr. Ervin Gonzales, Publishing Director of the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists at the 2015 Jamaica Union Conference’s (JAMU) Colporteurs Training. The five days of training took place at the Johnston and Kennedy Camp and Conference Centre, nestled within the cool hills of St. Dacres, St. Ann. The program, spear headed by Pastor Dudley Hosin Publishing Director JAMU, had over one hundred Colporteurs trained and re-energized for canvassing in the mission field in Jamaica.
Adventist Church seeks to improve effectiveness of workers through trainingThursday, April 2, 2015 | Phillip Castell
Seventh-day Adventist administrators, pastors and office workers in three of the five Conferences in Jamaica along with administrators and staff of Andrews Memorial Hospital, benefited from Jamaica Union Conference’s (JAMU) Human Resource workshop which was held at the Kencot SDA Church on March 25, 2015.
Jamaica Union Recognized for Promoting Religious LibertyMonday, March 30, 2015 | Nigel Coke
Jamaica Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (JAMU) was recognized as one of the International Religious Liberty Chapters that has done an outstanding job in promoting religious liberty over the past five years. The recognition was made by the Miami-based Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists (IAD) at the end of its second religious liberty congress held from March 18-19, 2015, at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel in Medellin, Colombia.