Mi redi!

Mi redi!

The late Pastor Bobby Wilmot had many proverbs in his mind, and he would bring just the right one out to speak into any situation. One of his favourite was: “Success is dealing with people, places and things as they are, not as you want them to be.” At this time...
Comfortable on the ground

Comfortable on the ground

The counselling psychologist arrived early for the appointment. She had come to a rural community that day to meet with a lady, on behalf of a government ministry, and the meeting was to take place at a local church. However, when she arrived all the doors to the...
Christmas Gifts

Christmas Gifts

Here are a few photos from the Christmas Gift Programme in Trench Town yesterday. We received a lot of presents from children and their parents at Emmanuel Christian School, and from several local church members, as well as generous financial donations from supporters...
A Jamaican Hero

A Jamaican Hero

Monday was National Heroes Day in Jamaica, and about three weeks before a true hero, and my good friend Bobby Wilmot, passed away suddenly due to illness (he had been struggling with kidney health for a couple of years). Bobby leaves a remarkable legacy of lives who...
“Be kind to one another”

“Be kind to one another”

“It rough out there!” This was the way one of the mothers in Trench Town described this time during the Covid crisis. Uncertainty about work, fears about sending children back to school, anxiety about increasing case numbers, fears of people turning to...