Grace Christian Academy exists
to Lead students to a saving knowledge of
Jesus Christ, to Build them up to their full
potential in Him, and to Equip them to serve
Seen here in Barbados during their
March 2007 outreach. Thank you from the children of our island
for coming and sharing Jesus with us in such a fresh, fun
and vibrant way.
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The headmaster of Boscabel Primary School
addressed the children who were eager and excited to see what
they had in store and they were not disappointed.
Hugh Gilkes the Deputy Chairman
of Jesus Week
shared that 50 years ago he was sitting in one of these seats
and he thanked God for the opportunity to bring this wonderful
youth group from America to share at his old school.
Grace Christian Academy has received full
accreditation from both the Southern Association of Colleges
and Schools and the Association of Christian Schools International
for grades K-12. The Academy is the largest Southern Baptist-affiliated
school in the state of Tennessee to receive dual accreditation,
one of only 16 schools regionally to achieve this status and
the youngest school ever to attain this achievement.
In 1994 God called Grace Baptist
Church to begin a new ministry, a Christian school. Church
members were called out to serve on the first school board,
which was composed of some home school parents, teachers,
and businessmen who had a heart for children. After almost
two years of research and preparation, Grace Christian Academy
opened its doors at the beginning of the 1997-98 school year.
God worked through sixty families and five staff members to
make GCA more than a vision. Over the years, enrollment grew
rapidly to the present day level of around 650 students.
Seen here the Youth Pastor in Barbados
Grace Christian Academy, as
a ministry of Grace Baptist Church, believes and teaches the
essential doctrines of the Christian faith. GCA adheres, without
apology, to the Mission Statement of Grace Baptist Church,
which is: Grace Baptist Church exists to reach East Tennessee,
America, and the world for Jesus Christ.
The little people had a great
time and even the big people got carried away in the joy of
Thank you from the
people of Barbados.
The highlight of the tour was
a friendly basketball
tournament held at the Community College which
ended in a win for the visiting team.
Can you help us?
United Caribbean Trust remains
committed to establishing the Schools
Twinning Educational Empowerment program and
is eager to forge links with various schools in America and
Europe. The program has been designed to create, establish
and encourage linkages between the schools of the Caribbean
with those of North America and Europe, expanding exponentially
to enjoy the camaraderie resulting from a global network.
Seen here the children of Haiti
a Caribbean School is a programme that is very similar
to the Schools Twinning programme that UCT is working to establish.
This new programme enables a church to help and
support the Inter School Christian Fellowship within our local Caribbean
schools starting in Barbados.
Schools interested and available for Twinning or
Adoption are located in a number of countries, including:
UCT has worked on this School
Twinning program for 2 years to establish all of the necessary
contacts needed, now God willing it is time to forge ahead
and make the linkages.
If you would like to get involved and partner
with us we are perfectly positioned to do so. UCT is Caribbean
based so we have identify the schools, their needs and can
document on this site the difference your help can make. Help
us unite the children of the world.
Contact Jenny Tryhane (seen here with
shoe boxes for Haiti and Dominica last Christmas) ) the
founder of UCT, email email@example.com
United Caribbean Trust has a
deep desire to be an expression of the love of Christ on earth,
bringing hope to children of the Caribbean and Africa. Responding
to meet the holistic needs of the child – physically,
emotionally and spiritually.
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
"So we follow the chart of God’s
Word, propelled by the wind of the Spirit, and stay the course
in our worldwide mission." - L. John Bueno -
Executive DirectorAssemblies of God World Missions
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
distroyed 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 conferance
retreat centres. In the event of a disaster they would become
accommodation for relief workers and street evangelist as
well as distribution centres.