Reconciliation Ministries International
Ministries International (EMI) formerly know as Impact Missions,
was founded in 1986 by Rev N George Miller and his wife Mrs Hazel
Miller. In its formative years, this evangelical organization served
a predominately Caucasian population in Britain. As the scope and
vision of the ministry changed in response to the multi culture
and multi racial needs George encountered among the nations he visited,
the name was changed in 1996 to Reconciliation Ministries International.
Reflective of its new name, the ministry now serves a collage of
races in Africa and the CAribbean and the natives of those areas
living in Britain. Rev N George Miller seen here in Barbados
at the first Christian Action Team meeting
Today, RMI is an interdenominational, evangelistic
organization that partners with churches and other Christian groups
in order to make disciples and nurture within them the gifts of
prayer and intercession. Offering a holistic approach to ministry,
RMI's core objectives are:
Preaching the full Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ
as Saviour, Healer and Deliverer;
Showing practical concern for people in need;
Encouraging and equipping the church to meet those
needs and encouraging and releasing Christians in all walks of life
to fulfil their calling in God.
The RMI umbrella covers several sub-ministries.
Among them are:
The Word for Today Caribbean, a
quarterly devotional booklet written by Bob and Debbie Gass. RMI
was given the sole printing and distributing rights for a CAribbean
Edition and printed the first copy in November 2000. We have now
joined other regions like Europe, the United Kingdom, Africa, New
Zealand and Australia in reading this devotional.
Justice for Children is the brain
child of Mrs Hazel Miller and is a charity that works alongside
schools and places of safety for children and adults to assist them
in providing for the needs of the residents. This assistance encompasses
medical supplies and equipment , manpower, financial provisions,
recreational equipment nd educational supplies and equipment.
The Prayer Cabinet, is a prayer
group that mirrors the government cabinet ( especially within Jamaica)
This arm has three chapters - Kingston, Trelawny and St Thomas,
they meet separately, whether bi-weekly, monthly or weekly and their
only objective is prayer. The members pray for the partners/subscribers,
the government ministers and the nation of Jamaica. RMI desires
to assist other nations in starting their own prayer cabinets nd
is working with Guyana, St Vincent, Barbados, Nevis, Grenada and
Trinidad in establishing their own prayer cabinet.
In the same year the new name, Reconciliation Ministries
was adoptee, a Caribbean board wa formed, Mrs Jasmine Miller leads
the seven member board.
It is our please to introduce the Caribbean
Board members to you
Rev Lenworth Anglin B. Th
Lawrence "Laro" Madden
Richardo "Eddie" Hedman
Charmaine E Harrison
Sourced from The Word for Today CAribbean
Below are some of the members of the newly formed CAT's
committee (Christian Action Team)
Seen here putting their
hands to the net!
Right to left Earl Griffith, Owen Williams
General Secretary Bible Society of the East Caribbean, Rev
George Miller of Reconciliation Ministries International,
and Paul from the Living Room.
Reconciliation Ministries International,
8 Upper Sandringham Ave
Kingston 10, Jamaica
Tel (876) 929 8480
Fax (876) 908 3798
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