The 67th Book of the Bible

Searching for something better in life, I ended up in the U.S. state of Kentucky for a while. When I returned to Belize City, I remarried. About that time my son was kidnapped and murdered. Read Story

The Preacher Man

I work at the Central Bank as a security officer. At work they call me the “Preacher Man” because I like to share my faith, although I haven’t always been close to God. Read Story

This Is My Last Beer

“Music pulls people together,” he says. “It’s the medium to bring them in.” Read Story

The Throwaway Baby, Part 1

“Where is my baby?” the mother kept asking, but the answer was always the same: “You had an undeveloped fetus.” But the mother wasn’t convinced. Read Story

The Throwaway Baby, Part 2

My mother, who I love so much, always reminds me, “Never forget that you were a throwaway baby. Never forget that you belong to God. He preserved you, and you are here to bring Him glory.” Read Story

So Much to Share

In Belize approximately 70 percent of Adventist church members are youth. For the past several decades the Belize Union Conference has organized youth rallies for the young people in their territory. Read Story

An Unexpected Journey

It matters how your parents raise you. God allowed me to handle this crisis and go through it, not stressing out, but having faith that something good would come out of it and that I would be OK. Read Story

In What Do You Believe?

When I was 27 years old, God changed my life. I was an alcoholic, took acid, smoked two packs of cigarettes a day, and was out on the streets. But then the Lord stepped in. Read Story

The Bar That Became a Church

Victor was the owner of the local bar and dance hall in Cotton Tree. After his decision to follow Jesus, Victor closed his business, but he didn’t close his influence in Cotton Tree! Read Story

Trench Town Teacher

“Trench Town is very scary,” says Robert Taylor, a police sergeant who has worked in this area of Kingston for more than 20 years. “It’s very scary with the kind of weapons they’re firing now—especially the youth who are firing them... There is nothing that they have to live for.” Read Story

Something Magnificent

The shiny BMW slowly driving through the slums of Kingston, Jamaica looked strangely out of place on the crowded, dirty roads. Those on the street eyed the driver with suspicion as he approached them, offering them a ride to a free lunch. Read Story

Hunger Is a Wicked Thing

"My life has been impacted a lot by the Inn. I don’t think I would have progressed this far in education, or spiritually, if it wasn’t for the Good Samaritan Inn.” Read Story

Thirteenth Sabbath Program

During this past quarter, we’ve heard stories from our brothers and sisters in Belize and Jamaica. From the “Throwaway Baby” to the “Trench Town Teacher” we have seen how God is working through people in the Inter-American Division. Read Story
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