Win The Lost

“If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness” (1 John 1:9).
Man is lost without Christ.  Our sins separate us from God.  This separation will lead to eternal death (John 3:16-17).  But salvation is possible through Jesus Christ.  He has borne our sins on the cross.


Caring For The Poor

“For he will deliver the needy who cry out, the afflicted who have no one to help. He will take pity on the weak and the needy and save the needy from death” (Psalm 72:12-13).


Todays Highlights

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Prayer for the Church of God World Missions Director - Dr. Tim Hill
Bishop Ishmael Charles_CFD and the Caribbean Leaders pr...
Jesus' Example - Inspiration
Jesus' Example 1 John 4:9 states, "In this was mani...
Thank You Tour
General Director of Church of God World Missions Dr. Ti...
Missionaries Get Boost
Church of God missionaries received good news following...
Haiti Update
HAITI -- Orphanage Dufailly: The security wall is almos...

Church of God World Mission Caribbean Region


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Caribbean Overseers Press Conference - Barbados

Today 7th June, Caribbean Field Director Bishop Ishmael Charles and the Church of God Caribbean Overseers, Educational Directors and the Caribbean Women Department met with the Minister of Tourism & International Transport; Senator Irene Sandiford-Garner.

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Caribbean Women's Conference - Highlights

View the highlights from the first of it's kind ever. Caribbean Women's Conference under the office of the Caribbean Women's Director, Lady Patricia Charles.

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Caribbean Women's Conference - A Conference of A Lifetime

A Conference of a Lifetime

“Caribbean Women’s Conference”.  Those were the buzz words in the air for weeks, as women from all over the Caribbean sought to secure their spot in the first ever conference of its kind.  Delegates stretching from Suriname to the USA, united under the theme “Celebrating Life in Christ.”  Excitement, anticipation and a Spirit of Expectancy hovered, as the days of April 24th to 28th drew near for the start of what was expected to be a power-packed, anointed time with the

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