Think on These Things

Think on These Things is a programme of Christian witness done by the Diocese. It features Clergy and Laity alike conversing about various topics. It airs on RJRfm at 4:45 pm every Sunday afternoon.

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MAY 14Mrs Ena Barclay, who represents the Province of the West Indies on the Anglican Communion’s Safe Church Commission, speaks with co-host, Bethany Johnson, about initiatives to protect children and women, who are the main victims of abuse in society and also the Church. Retired Bishop of Mandeville, The Rt. Rev. Harold Daniel, shares information about the 50th Anniversary of the annual Healing Conference with co-host Tony Patel.    
MAY 7The programme featured the Archbishop’s Children’s Sunday Message, an interview with the Rev. Javanie Byfield, Director of Christian Education about the “31 Days of Prayer: Hear Our Children Cry” initiative and select prayers by children in the Diocese of Jamaica and The Cayman Islands. 
APR 30The programme featured the final excerpt of Archbishop Howard Gregory’s stirring Charge delivered at the Opening Service of the 152nd Synod of The Diocese of Jamaica and The Cayman Islands on April 11.
APR 23The programme featured Part Two of selected excerpts from the Charge delivered by the Archbishop of the West Indies and Diocesan Bishop, The Most Rev. Howard Gregory, at the Opening Service of the 152nd Synod on April 11.
APR 16The programme featured Part 1 of extracted highlights from Archbishop Howard Gregory’s powerful and wide-ranging Charge to the Church and the nation at the Opening Service of the 152nd Synod of the Diocese of Jamaica & The Cayman Islands.
APR 9“Do not be afraid, the Lord is risen. Jesus is alive.” The Rt. Rev. Leon Golding, Suffragan Bishop of Montego Bay, asserts as he delivers the Easter Resurrection Day Message.
APR 2The Rt. Rev. Garth Minott, Suffragan Bishop of Kingston, leads the meditation on the topic: “Living the way of peace.”
MAR 26The Rev. Canon Georgia “Grace” Jervis, Director of Leadership Development and Training for the Supplementary Ministry Programme reflects on God’s gift of resurrection as a source of hope and new life for humankind.
Mar 19The Rev. Claude Campbell, Priest in the Supplementary Ministry, attached to The St. Andrew Parish Church, meditates on the theme “Open our eyes, Lord.”
MAR 12The Rev. Judith Atkinson-Linton, Priest in the Supplementary Ministry attached to the St. Mark’s, Brown’s Town Cure in St. Ann, speaks about “The Living Water.”
MAR 5The Rev. Ula Ruddock, Priest in the Supplementary Ministry attached to the Holy Trinity Cure, Grange Hill and St. Thomas Church in Bluefields, Westmoreland, focuses on God’s love in her meditation titled “A new birth for God’s Kingdom.”  
FEB 26The Rev. Canon Hartley Perrin, Rector of the Darliston Cure in Westmoreland, discusses how the power of God’s Word overcomes the plans of satan.
FEB 19The Very Rev. Sean Major-Campbell, Rural Dean of Kingston and Rector of Christ Church, Vineyard Town, highlights the awesome nature of God as King, and who is still active among his people.
FEB 12The Rev. Captain Dwane Blackwood, Chaplain to The Jamaica Defence Force, reflected on the theme “Unity for Progress.”
FEB 5The Rev. Seymour Blackwood, Priest in the Supplementary Ministry, attached to the Church of The Ascension, Mona, challenges listeners to be “On Target” in their relationship with God, as well as persons in their community.
JAN 29The Rev. Jerome Small, Priest-in-Charge at St. George’s Church, Grand Cayman, reflects on the question: What do we have to offer?
JAN 22The Reflection by The Rev. Kirk Brown, Priest-in-charge of St. Boniface Cure, Harbour View, focuses on the theme “Bringing the light of Christ home.”
JAN 15The Rev. Robin Samuda, retired priest in the Santa Cruz Cure, St. Elizabeth, reflects on “Christ: the Light of the world through whom we receive salvation”.
JAN 8The Rev. Canon Georgia “Grace” Jervis, Director of Leadership Development & Training for the Supplementary Ministry Programme, challenges listeners to be prepared, as Jesus was at his baptism, for the further call of God. 
JAN 1The Reflection by The Ven. Justin Nembhard, Archdeacon of the Montego Bay Region, focused on the significance of the Holy Name of Jesus.