George Otis, Jr. is the CEO, Founder and President of
The Sentinel Group, a Christian research and information agency dedicated
to helping the Church pray knowledgably for end-time evangelization, and
enabling communities to discover the pathway to genuine revival and societal
As an avid researcher, Mr. Otis has authored several books including The
Twilight Labyrinth, Informed Intercession and God’s Trademarks.
He is also the executive producer of the award-winning documentaries Transformations,
Transformations II: The Glory Spreads, The Quickening and Let the Sea
Mr. Otis has traveled and ministered in over 100 nations of the world,
and has served as a senior associate with the Lausanne Committee for World
Evangelization (Restricted-Access World) and co-coordinator of the United
Prayer Track of the A.D. 2000 & Beyond Movement. He currently serves
as an advisor to Aglow International and Lydia Fellowship. He lives near
Seattle, Washington with his wife, Lisa, and their four children
The Sentinel Group is a community of cutting-edge researchers, filmmakers
and ministers dedicated to the task of preparing needy communities for
spiritual revival and societal transformation. We accomplish this goal
Investigating the rising tide of divinely transformed
communities to detect patterns and extract principles
Inspiring new hope and expectancy among Christians
whose neighborhoods have not yet experienced the Father’s touch
Instructing inspired believers how to take the steps
necessary for God to heal their land
Involving revival advocates in a supportive international fellowship
of transformation partners
"The Baby Survival
Kit" a Caribbean based non-profit organization utilising United
Caribbean Trust as its Caribbean arm of distribution for hurricane
victims in Grenada & Carriacou and recent Guyana flood disaster.
Cassada Bay offer both
individuals and groups the possibility of coming to Carriacou and
staying in a 'working holiday village' FREE OF COST in
exchange for 'work in the village', bringing Hands of Help into
the community, the nursing homes, the after school children's club.
United Caribbean Trust
Cassada Bay is a beautiful
old, once- empty, hotel located on the island of Carriacou.
Providing 6 beautifully
sited multi- coloured chalet accommodation for relief workers, in
a secure, protected, (little tattered) setting.
Visit Grenada for a day on any of the UC Grenada initiatives,
the La Mode Village Experience or the Reforestation eco project.
(Add in US $60 per day for each day trip to Grenada for ferry, ground
transport and meals.) Projects are developing as God opens doors
and broadens our territory.