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Ready Fields, Reaping Time!

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Superintendent's Address  

Rev. O'Garth McKoy


Greetings my dear beloved brethren and friends,

It is with a sense of pride and great pleasure that I greet Conference 2023 in the mighty name of Jesus. Truly, in reflecting on the year 2022 we can joyfully and confidently say ‘hitherto has the Lord helped us.’

 This is indeed a very special year, as for the first time since 2020 we converge at the UPCJ Campsite to usher in another time of fellowship and to witness a mighty move of God in our midst.

In this 77th year since our inauguration, we continue to articulate our vision “Transformed people living a transformed life” and hold true to our mission of converting and developing souls. This is evidenced in all our programs, in all departments and in the assemblies across the entire fellowship. Hence this year’s theme “Ready Fields; Reaping Time.’  aptly encapsulates the direction the organization will pursue.  This is echoed in the song:

“​​As we look around us, All the fields are white;

​​Ripened unto harvest and so swiftly comes the night.

​​Christians must get busy, there is work to do.

​​There’s an urgent task awaiting you.

​​Souls are crying, Men are dying

Win the lost at any cost…”

As we continue on this path, my prayer is that every Pastor/Minister, departmental leader/worker, engage our members in activities that will see a great harvesting of souls resulting in transformed lives, transformed communities and in effect, a transformed nation and the world at large.

While we mourn the passing of some of our precious pastors, ministers and saints, we are comforted by the words of Revelation 14:13 “Blessed are those who die in the Lord…. that they may rest from their labours and their works do follow them”

I trust that during this convention and hereafter we will be spiritually nourished and effectively engaged as we hold fast the Faith of our Fathers and push ahead, looking to the Rock from which we have been cut (Isaiah 51:1).

There is no turning back. We must march forward unto victory and reach ‘for the prize of the high calling which is in Christ Jesus’.   Our churches, our island and the world cannot be the same.  

So let us unite with one voice, equal determination, remembering that “We are surrounded by a great cloud of witnesses” (Heb. 12:1).

It won’t be long now! Thank God! Our bridegroom is coming! He is even at the door!

May God’s blessings be with you richly.