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
This will involve the sponsorship
of African pastors being trained at the Assemblies
of God School of Theology in Malawi.
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.