Ethnodoxology in the Caribbean

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The International Council of Ethnodoxologists (of which I have been a member since its inception in 2003) defines ethnodoxology as; “the theological and anthropological study, and practical application, of how every culture group might use its unique and diverse artistic expressions appropriately to worship the God of the Bible.” In September 2011 I was a part of a group of practicing ethnodoxologists who gathered in England to review the manual that ... Read More »

Album of the Year!

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My mission, as some would know by now, is to “tell the whole world to sing a new song unto the Lord!” After working with people in Burkina Faso, Benin, Peru, Panama and other places, helping them to produce new songs for church that use their own heart language and heart music, the Lord led me to release a collection ... Read More »

Money!

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Everyone knows that the Bible says “The love of money is the root of all evil.” Some persons just go ahead and love money anyway, If they perish, they perish. If it takes them to hell then so be it! Some persons, of which group I have been a fully paid up member for most of my life, run in ... Read More »

Why Do I Travel?

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I always try to be honest with myself about who I am and what I do. Sometimes I am more successful than other times. Right now I’m having thoughts about why I travel. Is it because I’m fascinated by different cultures? Is it an attempt at running away? Am I searching for something or someone? Do I have a commitment ... Read More »

Re-entry Burn

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Trying to find a way to slow down before landing back ‘home’ in Jamaica didn’t prevent me from experiencing what I call ‘re-entry burn’. It reminds me of the burn I felt as I slid down Dunn’s River Falls on my bum because I was afraid to keep climbing the slippery rocks to the top! I was so bruised when ... Read More »

Free to Travel

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Aagos maanin! Happy emancipation day to all Jamaicans. Isn’t it great that we are free to travel pretty much anywhere in the world? And we – at least most of us – LOVE to travel. (Except for my father who doesn’t own a passport … yet! “If God had intended for people to fly,” says he, “He would have made ... Read More »

Jo to the World!

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I’ve been told that this is one of the best ways to communicate with some people. I’m acting on good advice from good people by starting this blog! Why do I call it “Jo to the World”? Well, for one thing, I’m thinking to share my global perspectives from my local context – Jamaica. Secondly, I’m sharing from the standpoint ... Read More »

SIGNIFICANT LIFE LESSON #1 – CONSISTENCY

SIGNIFICANT LIFE LESSON # 1 – CONSISTENCY One morning recently as I went walking in my seaside community, I found myself meditating on the fact that every day has a morning and an evening. We are constantly in cycle – days, weeks, months and years. I meditated on how the sun comes up every single morning (even when it’s cloudy ... Read More »

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