Celebrating Caribbean Women: the untold stories: – Forgiving. For the past few days our time spent here in communal devotions was centered on the theme: Celebrating Caribbean Women, the untold stories. We have spent time celebrating the fervor, fruitfulness, faithfulness, and fearlessness of our Caribbean women. Today we will look at the sub-theme, forgiving. This … Continue reading
KINGSTON, Jamaica CSME Network - The 44-year-old United Theological College of the West Indies (UTCWI) has appointed its first female president. She is the Rev. Dr. Marjorie Angela Lewis, who takes up her post on August 1, 2010. The Rev. Dr. Marjorie Angela Lewis Rev. Dr. Lewis will be responsible for guiding the institution in … Continue reading
Assignments from God Scripture God, You have rejected us; You have broken out against us; You have been angry. Restore us! Psalm 60:1, HCSB Thought If the assignment you sense is from God is something you know you can handle, it probably is not from God. Israel knew of no assignment they could handle. All they could … Continue reading
JOHN KNOX – AND THE REFORMATION IN SCOTLAND As the books of Martin Luther, and Tyndale’s translation of the New Testament, entered Scotland, they were received with great interest. Students at St. Andrews University began to take their faith seriously. Patrick Hamilton, a student at St. Andrews, wrote a book that was condemned as heretical. … Continue reading
-What’s the difference between a British vs. American philosophy of education?
In Britain, they have a pre-professional mentality. Thus, grad degrees are considered bad, because you should’ve learned your trade as an undergrad. If you are doing a grad degree, it means you did poorly as an undergrad.
In America, it’s just the opposite. The more degrees, the better. That’s because we have a concept of “liberal arts” as undergrads—you can study anything, and do anything else later on in life; your major has no necessary correlation with your future job. So it’s almost like Americans have to go on to grad school in order to learn their trade. Continue reading
The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material, and we provide these as a free service of the Writing Lab at Purdue. Students, members of the community, and users worldwide will find information to assist with many writing projects. Teachers and trainers may use this material for in-class and … Continue reading
JTS Online provides individuals with the opportunity to pursue a JTS degree online from anywhere in the world. Though our online students may be thousands of miles away from our main campus in Kingston, Jamaica, each has the opportunity to receive the same quality degrees that the Seminary has a wonderful track record of delivering. JTS Online is ideal … Continue reading
I just want to give God thanks for His faithfulness. It is one thing to hear someone speak about God blessings on their life and so thank God for them,but its quite another thing when you have experience a tangible blessing from the Lord. Years of patience,years of pain,years of perseverance, years of (sneaky) doubt,but BUT … Continue reading
This info from Yorker International University. HONORARY DOCTORATE:The Honorary doctorate degree Historical origins The practice dates back to the middle ages, when for various reasons a university might be persuaded, or otherwise see fit, to grant exemption from some or all of the usual statutory requirements for award of a degree. The first recorded honorary degree was … Continue reading
Her Honour Senator Joan Purcell, President of the Senate of the Government of Grenada… Rev. Joel Edwards, International Director of Micah Challenge and former General Director of the Evangelical Alliance in the UK…Bishop Gerry Seale, General Secretary and CEO of the Evangelical Association of the Caribbean which is the parent-body of CONECAR… Download report from … Continue reading