Prayer Warrior International airs "Quarter Hour of Prayer Power" a spiritually motivating and much listened to radio programme at 5:45 a.m. on 100.7 Q. FM station, the aim of which is to reach the spiritually hungry:
the youth, the elderly, those with drug and alcohol addition and the AIDS virus. This ministry will be expanded to other Caribbean Islands.
Prayer Warriors International will televise a weekly ministry and invite successful business women and men and sports personalities from the Caribbean to share their success stories with the audience, especially the youth, and conduct similar sessions in schools, community centers and churches across the Caribbean.
Prayer Warriors International will organize an adoption and mentoring programme for fatherless children and children whose parent/s may be incarcerated. We also will be organizing an adoption/care programmme for
seniors as well. Not of necessity to take children or seniors out of their homes, but to spend time and resources with and on them: gifts, lunch and dinner on special occasions and or a simple drive sight seeing around the Island.
PWI will embrace men and women on released from prison and teach skills necessary to re-enter society: computer, masonry, carpentry and to start, run and conduct a business etc.
PWI will conduct annual prayer retreats, breakfast-seminars for youth, women and men with invited speakers and prayer warriors from the Caribbean.
With the help of God, the Father, PWI will start PRAYER, a magazine to cater to all beliefs, which will have International appeal.
Two yellow school busses from the USA will be converted into moving platforms, equipped with podiums, speakers, projectors, screens and television, which will be used to address persons, especially the youth, and
those on street corners and the blocks. When not in use these buses will be rented to churches, cultural groups and political parties.
For global reach PWI website will interact with and out reach.
We plan to own our own building to used as a community services center for feeding the needy and homeless, and for the purpose of addressing the many social problems facing our communities, especially our youth.
6th March, 2005
We greet you in the loving and wonderful name of our Lord and Saviour.
You may not be able to reach as many people as we do. You may not be the
one to go on the radio, television or the street corners to expound the
gospel because of the constraint of time but with financial resources as a
partner you can make a difference in our communities and in the life of
Morally, life has taken a turn for the worse – abusive language,
anxiety, crime, family problems, the proliferation and use of illicit drugs,
the deadly scourge of the AIDS virus, stress and worries are every where.
They are spiritual in nature and should be addressed accordingly. We have,
therefore, embarked on religious and social recovery programmes to address