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Racial Reconciliation Knows No Borders
How I came to see the church’s prophetic work on race as a global issue.
own land. And to add insult to injury, being born and raised in England meant that they were considered foreigners in Jamaica as well. Coupled with
Top Jamaica Crime Fighter's Call for 'Divine Intervention' Prompts Debate
Meanwhile, bishop denounces lax response to lottery scam targeting elderly Americans.
Top Jamaica Crime Fighter's Call for 'Divine Intervention' Prompts Debate. Meanwhile, bishop denounces lax response to lottery scam targeting elderly Americans.
Jamaican Churches Offer To Pay Taxes To Help Broke Government
Payments would be part of indebted island's preparation for IMF loan.
A spokesman for the Jamaican Umbrella Groups of Churches (JUGC), which represents most of Jamaica's Christians, said churches would be willing to pay property taxes in order to
Jamaica Bans Preaching on Public Buses–Even by the Pope
Transit director: ""I am all for evangelizing, but they can't use the bus as their platform."
Jamaica Bans Preaching on Public Buses–Even by the Pope. Transit director: ""I am all for evangelizing, but they can't use the bus as their platform.". Melissa Steffan.
Was First U.S. Missionary Black Not White? SBC Dodges Answer
Southern Baptists officially recognize that many believe freed slave George Liele's departure to Jamaica beats Adoniram and Ann Judson's dispatch to Burma.
Southern Baptists officially recognize that many believe freed slave George Liele's departure to Jamaica beats Adoniram and Ann Judson's dispatch to Burma.
David Platt Wants You to Get Serious About Following Christ
You've given up on the American Dream, and you're ready to embrace authentic faith in Jesus. The author of Radical tells you what comes next.
One example in the book is Jamaica. I'm praying through Operation World for Jamaica right now. Operation World says that Jamaica is almost exclusively
Morning Roundup - June 6, 2012
So, who was it? In chapter 6 of 10 Who Changed the World, Danny Akin introduces us to George Leile, a black man and former slave who planted the gospel in Jamaica in 1782.
Perfectly Human: We Are All Glorious Ruins by Mary Frances Giles
But then some dear friends invited me to accompany them on a week-long mission trip to Jamaica to serve in a rural village, specifically in a government-run infirmary which was home
Pastor at Center of Jamaica Crime Controversy Charged
Some see Fellowship Tabernacle's Al Miller as hero who ended a drug war. Police say he broke the law.
Pastor at Center of Jamaica Crime Controversy Charged. Police say he broke the law. Trevor Persaud/ June 25, 2010. Pastor at Center of Jamaica Crime Controversy Charged.
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Important developments in the church and the world.
JAMAICA In February, a spokesman for a national group representing most of Jamaica's Christians said churches would be willing to pay property taxes—even on church buildings—in
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Important developments in the church and the world.
JAMAICA Following complaints from some passengers, Jamaica's government-run public transit system banned evangelism to bus passengers because they are a "captive audience
Subscriber Access Only Christ in the Capital of the World
How global Christians are revitalizing NYC far beyond Manhattan.
flourishing. Cities like Seoul and Hong Kong; Monrovia, Liberia; Accra, Ghana; Kingston, Jamaica; and Buenos Aires are centers of vibrant Christian growth.
Transformational Small Churches: Jim Thomas on Global Thinking in a Grain Bin World
In 2009 we worked with a mountain village in Jamaica which pioneered a joint venture between the mountain village of Harmons, a bauxite mining company, and a local mission's
Religion and Inequality Go Hand-in-Hand
Why some countries are more religious than others—and why, assumptions to the contrary, the U.S. is not unusually religious.
economic inequality. America's wealth exceeds that of European countries, but this wealth is spread out as unequally as it is in Uganda or Jamaica. And
Church property fight heads to Supreme Court
About noon today (May 5), while Anglicans worldwide are watching events in Jamaica, where top leaders are debating the proposed Anglican Covenant, St.
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