|Second 40 Days Fast Begins|
|Date: 2019-06-01||Time: 12:00 AM|
|Kairos Victory Service|
|Date: 2019-06-09||Time: 9:30 AM|
|Papine High School, St. Andrew|
Pastor Helen Ann Brown continues to look at the devastating effect of pornography on the mental and social development of children. In this programme, She points out that despite the widespread exposure of pornography to our nation's children, parents and adults in general have not fully come to grips with the danger.
Pastor Brown also examines how sexual preditors use pornography in sexual grooming of children; and a testimony was shared by one young man of his addiction to pornography.
In this program Pastor Helen-Ann Brown and Minister Stewart discussed spiritual strongholds. Pastor Brown described strongholds as ISMS. A stronghold is a belief system that becomes rooted in our minds and influence our behavior. Sexism is a major stronghold in Jamaica and from this discussion we can learn how it impacts the Jamaican Church. Pastor Brown emphasized that demons are the powering forces behind strongholds and hence strongholds must be dealt with by the word and power of God.
Kairos Now, aired on Gospel Ja, is the first of its kind from Kairos Network Group of Churches. This program focuses on the influence of a dancehall song entitled “Watz on Sale” on Jamaican Children, in particular those who are enrolled in primary and High schools. It addresses a recent incident in which an upcoming dancehall artiste, Laa Lee, was invited to a primary school and proceeded to sing a very sexually explicit song entitled “Watz on Sale.” It is the view of the Church that such music should not be aired in schools and that it is the role and responsibility of parents, teachers, Education system and the Church to take a stance against it.
This program, aired on Love 101 FM focuses on the Jamaican Church. Pastor Helen Ann Brown used an excerpt from Matthew 22 to make a very interesting link between the fig tree mentioned in scripture and the Jamaican Church. Pastor Helen and her co-host Mrs Stewart emphasized that the Church is strong in some areas but weak in areas that are most important, which is the Fruit of the Spirit and functioning in the supernatural through power of God in Evangelism and Discipleship.
In this episode of The Encounter Pastor Helen continues to explore the topic of "Defining and Redefining Male Identity". She is joined by three male pastors of Kairos Network: Livingston Service, Keyran Stewart and Constantine Lowe. Through testimony and historical reflection the group explores the societal shifts in defining manhood, the absence of men in the church, and being the spouse who earns less. Join us as we seek to understand this generation of males.
In this episode of The Encounter, sponsored by the Jamaica Association of Full Gospel Churches, Pastor Helen Ann Brown is joined by special guest Bishop Fitzroy Kerr, pastor of Praise Deliverance Ministries. Together they tackle the topic of "Defining and Redefining Manhood", touching on key issues such as sexual identity, gender dynamics, marriage, what society uses to define maleness, and the difference between being 'male' and being a 'man'.
Pastor Helen-Ann Brown(Host), Pastor Kemar Brown and his wife Minister Roxanne Brown have an engaging discussion about monogamy. “Monogamy means that you have entered into a relationship with one person and you stay with that one person...” - Kemar Brown.
Polygamy has become a trend in modern societies but the truth of the word of God condemns it and as such this program is aimed at enforcing the benefits and commands of monogamy.