Save The Date!
IMPACT CARIBBEAN 2024 Thursday, March 14, 2024
4:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Pastor Rick Warren, Chair, Finishing The Task Coalition &
Award-winning Author - Purpose Driven Life
John Rooms - Immediate Past CEO Wycliffe Caribbean, Jamaica
Marc Vergo - Director Digital Solutions, Jesus Film Project, USA
Dr. Donald & Andrea Stewart - Caribbean Missionaries in Ghana
Evangelist Noel Campbell - Arrows Deliverance Ministries, USA
Sean Sanborn - Outreach Teams Director, YWAM Tampa, USA
Pastor Harry & Mrs Rosomund Walcott – Directors Jamaica House of Prayer, Kingston, Jamaica
Kanita Rutley - MA Global Manager of Prayer Mobilization, The Seed Company, USA
Marjorie Scott Anderson - Director, One Last Push InitiativeMarion Jacobs - Director, YWAM Frontier Missions Caribbean
Entertainment provided by:
Kacy Garvey – President, Caribbean Christian Response (CCR), Jamaica
Marsha McDonald, Immediate Past President of CCR, USA
Engaging the Caribbean to Become a Missions Force
Current statistics record that 2% of funds and 2% of missionaries go to unreached – people groups where there are less than 2% of evangelical Christians. Just over 3 Billion people, approximately One-Third of the world, who have never ever heard of Jesus Christ.
God’s remnant will arise and given the urgency of the plight of the unreached, One Last Push Initiative (OLPI), along with YWAM Jamaica/Frontier Missions Caribbean strongly feel it is time for an army to arise, from the Caribbean. That we no longer be a mission field, but that we become a mission force. OLPI has embraced the goals of the Finishing the Task Coalition, a group of 1,700 mission agencies, churches, and organizations coming together to finish the task of fulfilling the Great Commission by 2033.
IMPACT Caribbean 2022
BIBLE IN EVERY HOME Project extended from The Gambia, to 2 ministries in Kenya and 2 ministries in South Asia. More on our "Get Involved" Page
Liele was born into slavery in Virginia in 1752, but was taken to Georgia. As an adult he was converted by Rev. Matthew Moore of Burke County, Georgia, in 1777, and continued to worship in this white church for four years until Savannah was evacuated by forces loyal to Britain. His master Henry Sharp was a deacon in Rev. Moore's church and encouraged him in his preaching to other slaves. Liele was freed by Sharp, also a Baptist and loyalist, before the American Revolution began. Sharp died in battle as a Tory major on March 1, 1779. Liele then went to Savannah, Georgia, where he helped organize an early Baptist congregation. He later would become one of the first Baptist Missionaries, serving in Jamaica, and founding the Ethiopian Baptist Church of Jamaica. He is known for writing the Church covenant of the Ethiopian Baptists, which became internationally recognized by Baptists for its importance.
Recipients of Bibles have said "I never thought I'd have my own Bible in my language!" and "This is a dream come true! Praise God!"