Launch Of Reggae Month Church Service

January 31, 2022 | By Hopeton O’Connor-Dennie |

Miss Kitty the Fluffy Diva poses with Hopeton O’Connor-Dennie, Senior International Correspondent for Vision Newspaper (Jamaica Bureau) at the launch of Reggae Month. Sunday January 30, 2022.

Speaking at the Go For God church service to Officially Launch Reggae Month Minister of Culture & Entertainment Hon. Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange said inter alia,:

“We have to give thanks for life. Today we remember Scratch Perry, Karen Smith, …. Their memory will also live on. We have been able to give grants of $60,000 to about 2,000 members of the entrainment and arts community. The remainder will be used for institutional strengthening. I know they appreciate it. Today we salute those pioneers.

“Kingston has been declared as the creative cultural City. We have the fastest man and woman and the Marley’s Album as the album of the year.

“We invite our International partners to “Come Ketch Di Riddim.”

“Today the hands of God continue to guide us as in our anthem “Guide us with thy mighty hand”

Sermon by Pastor Chris Morgan – Revelation Causes Elevation 

Pastor Chris Morgan gave his sermon titled “Revelation Causes Elevation”

Here are a few inserts from his sermon.

“God is doing something new, I hope you see. I am going through the ghetto and I hear Redemption Song. They have the boxes on the walls. Bolt was performing in Japan. A father is seen in the stadium. A father is exalted in the achievement of his son. God is exalted in the achievement of his children. God is investing in his children and feel proud at your accomplishments.

Barbie Mudahy at left and beside is her mother Mrs. Angela Mudahy at Go Worship service at the launch of Reggae Month at the Shortwood College auditorium, Shortwood Road, Jamaica W.I. January 30, 2022.

“My bishop overseas laid his hands on me and I became filled with the holy spirit. The big man in me could not stop the tears from flowing. I was drowning in the tears of mine. I use to use the weed. I got full restoration from that. I got revelation from God. Revelation gave me a high weed could not give me. God is always doing something in me.

“The leading retailer has no inventory, the leading hotelier owns no hotels, leading taxi company owns no cars. Leading merchandising company does not own a store and the leading media organization has no media house or radio station. So many of us remain stiff necked. We must respond to change.

“The holy spirit poured out on him and gave him that vision. The holy spirit gave him revelation. He is doing something new. God is doing something new. Ezekiels passage read today.

“Revival is coming and Jamaica will be restored. It will be a river pouring out waist. Come holy spirit have your way. Revival is coming.”

“God is calling us to make a clean sweep.”

Photos and story by Hopeton O’Connor-Dennie, poet, elegist, author and senior international journalist who writes for Vision Newspaper.

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