Seen here at one of the KIMI
Leadership Trainings graduation. Click on pictures to enlarge.
'PowerClubs' are the outreach
arm of Kids in Ministry International, They are started by
trained individuals who desire to see children Evangelized,
filled with the Holy Spirit, operating in the gifts of the
Spirit, grounded in the meat of the Word of God, learning
to hear Godís voice, being led by His Spirit and becoming
active, ministering members of the body of Christ.
The outbreak of cholera in Haiti
erupted in the Artibonite River valley in central Haiti in
mid-October and initially seemed to have been contained, but
the toll from the chronic diarrheal disease has since soared
to over 643 dead with around 10,000 people being treated in
"If cholera cases continue to rise at this
rate, we'll quickly be overwhelmed," warned Yves Lambert,
head of infectious diseases at the main public hospital in downtown
UCT is committed to supplying
hundreds of Sawyer PointOne water filters to schools and churches
within the Port au Prince and St. Marc area, our team in Haiti
are on standby as the filters are rushed to Haiti.
Thanks to the generosity of the Barbadian
public we will be able to save thousands of lives.
Seen here some of the residence of Cite
Soleil receiving their filters immediately after the earthquake.
Click on picture links
to view Sawyer PointOne
filter distribution in Haiti following the earthquake.
Praise God the warehouse at
#7 Newton Industrial Estate in Barbados has been a hive of
activity since the Haiti earthquake in January 2010. Resulting
in three containers
being shipped through United Caribbean Trust.
Click on the pictures to enlarge.
Click on the pictures or live
links below to view the
Jenny Tryhane the Founder and Chairman
of United Caribbean Trust was in Haiti along with Greta St Hill,
the Vice Chair of the organization when disaster hit and within
60 seconds 90% of Port of Prince was destroyed, churches were
flattened and schools crumbled as the worse earthquake
in the history of the country took the lives of over 100,000
people and left millions displaced... <
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MAKE JESUS SMILE - GUYANA 2009
Jesus was not the only one smiling on this
mission trip to YWAM! It resulted in hundreds of children
receiving Make Jesus Smile shoeboxes.
This was the beginning of the Guyana arm of
this ministry and UCT looks forward to taking the shoeboxes
into the interior on our next visit, God willing. <
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In May 2009 the
first Kids EE Clinic was held at Antioch Paranam in Suriname
hosted by Apostle Iwan Oron and his wife Pastor Cheryl with
over 50 teachers representing 17 different ministries.
Jenny Tryhane from UCT and a small team from
Barbados joined Don Thompson the Kids EE Caribbean Coordinator
seen below (middle)
In December 2008
a 40-foot container packed with gifts ranging from toys and
sweets to a cement mixer and electricity generators were sent
to Haiti as a Christmas gift from the children of Barbados.
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United Caribbean began as “Hands of Help”
for Barbadian NGO’s and private sector individuals, who
responded to the needs of the people of the Tri Island State of
Grenada, in the wake of Hurricane Ivan in September 2004.
as an initiative to render relief assistance quickly grew,
following damage assessment and consultation with community
leaders, into a strong desire to establish a series of 'Empowerment
Programmes' designed to enable the populace especially children
to cope with the magnitude of the disaster and help define
the scope of the recovery programmes required to restore a
Caribbean Trust (UCT) fund was created to oversee the disbursement
of donated funds. To ensure transparency www.UnitedCaribbean.com
God has taken this effort and transformed
it into a massive Caribbean Internet Portal showcasing the move
of God in our region.
UCT is committed to uniting the children
of the Caribbean through faith, sports, travel, music, dance
Over the years the ministry has extended into
various countries including Haiti, Dominica, Suriname and
as far afield as Africa.
Click on the picture links opposite to visit
Praise Academy of Dance Barbados
began in 2003; it is an affiliate of Praise Academy of Dance
Jamaica which was established by C. Patricia Noble in 1993.
This inter-denominational, non-profit company, headed by Artistic
Director Marcia Weekes, has a roll of 185+ students and a
7 member staff. Praise Academy of Dance is a non-profit company
which is administrated by a Board of Directors
will give you my message in the form of a vision.
clearly enough to be read at a glance. At the
time I have decided, my words will come true."
The 10/40 Window confronts
us with several important considerations:
the historical and biblical significance;
•second, the least evangelized countries
with 6,000 unreached people groups;
•third, the large number of poor and
•fourth, the least evangelized mega-cities;
•sixth, the dominance of three religions;
•seventh, the strongholds of Satan
within ‘The 10/40 Window’.
poor are the lost, and the lost are the poor."
Missions is the heartbeat of God
It is our urgent call to provide
sponsorship for not only the orphans but also to support and
empower the body of Christ and send them out for the Great
Gospelfest was established in
1993 by the Barbados Tourist Board (BTB). The festival was
the brainchild of the then Minister of Tourism Wes Hall, now
Rev. Wes Hall. In 1995 the responsibility for the production
of the festival was passed on to the Gospelfest Organising
Committee made up of persons from the Christian community,
chaired by Barbadian event manager Adrian Agard.
from Africa leading the way in evangelism and youth outreach
Kingdom Come Deliverance Sanctuary is a beacon of Faith.
This young community, struck by two major hurricanes, stepped
out in Faith and God showed Himself might. Pastor Happy was
given a word from God ten days before hurricane Ivan totally
destroyed Grenada, ' There will be a great storm and after
the storm a great revival'... watch this space!
Caribbean Trust seeks to establish bases throughout the Caribbean,
sold as ‘Christian
Timeshare Holiday Resorts’ outside of the hurricane
season (thus fund the Trust) and opened to Christian youth
groups and Caribbean churches from August to October as conference
retreat centres. In the event of a disaster they would become
accommodation for relief workers and street evangelist as
well as distribution centres.