I remember walking to my chemistry class about a month and a half ago, feeling stressed, and counting the days ‘till Easter break. This is….or was….or would have been…. a crucial year for me, as subject selection was around the corner, and the workload was becoming overwhelming and increasingly difficult - raising anxiety and stress … Continue reading Making the Most of Time at Home – A teenager’s view on COVID-19
Omar and Roxanne Genas are a breath of fresh love! Married for 4 years and 10 months, the two love birds have an energetic one year old, Josiah and are elated to have more time together at home as a result of the COVID-19 health crisis. Family and Faith Magazine is pleased to share their … Continue reading More Time for the People I Love #COVID-19!
Family & Faith Magazine's Founder & Editorial Director, Shelly-Ann Harris has a released a strong dose of empowerment for women of faith in these challenging times. Leaning on examples from amazing women in scripture coupled with her own inspirational personal experiences, Harris provides insights and strategies for overcoming challenges in the easy to read 7-chapter … Continue reading God’s Woman provides strong dose of empowerment
Zoe-Marie and Sarah-Rene Harris share their stories. I really miss school. It was so much fun, but Coronavirus is making everything boring. At school, I would always go on the playground after lunch time. We also got candy when we answered questions correctly in class! I had lots of friends to play with. We played … Continue reading I Miss School
With the ongoing health crisis worldwide, many people are forced to slow down, avoid public gatherings and possibly work from home if possible. But some can’t stand the slowing pace of life or being at home because now without the busyness of normal activities, they can now more acutely feel the numbing pain of a … Continue reading Making up with that estranged loved one
Imported COVID-19 cases are now in Jamaica and families need to grapple with how to equip children during these times of uncertainty. As a parent of 4, I believe one of the first things is to do is model the behaviours that we want to see. So if I want my daughters to wash their … Continue reading Parenting Kids in Times of Crisis
Through Water or Fire – I am an Overcomer is the empowering theme for the Christmas Documentary Edition of Family and Faith Magazine! Sponsored by the Jamaica Broilers Group and Breadknife Productions, the Magazine shares two inspiring testimonies of Christian women who have overcome tremendous challenges. Nicole Lalor Ingram, a project manager by profession, is fully healed today … Continue reading Through Water or Fire – I am an Overcomer!
Welcome to our stories of light and hope for the Easter Season! Learning to believe better, the primary needs of a husband and wife, gender roles and abortion are the main issues we explore this Easter. Holy Scripture tells us that marriage is a mysterious reflection of Christ and his bride, the church. That is … Continue reading Contemplating Abortion, Husband and Wife Needs & Believing Better this Easter!
I try to encourage people wherever I go to join me in a little gesture - raise your index finger in the air, with attitude, and say aloud, “I Believe God.” I do this because I am fully aware that the biggest daily battle people face is the battle to believe better; to believe better … Continue reading Believe Better Things – Believe God!
Recently there has been a call by a Member of Parliament for the Jamaican Government to repeal legislation that makes abortion illegal. This has sparked a vociferous debate among various civil society and church groups in Jamaica. If we are to go by the recent Don Anderson poll however, it would appear that most Jamaicans … Continue reading “My convictions about abortion are rooted in science & biological facts rather than faith” – Obianuju Ekeocha