114 Belvedere Road Red Hills, St. Andrew Jamaica, West Indies
+1.876.452.2930
Travis@JesusWayJam.org

Projects

Impacting the world one life at a time

Important project need!

Bus Engine Project – Goal $15,000

Recently the bus that serviced Jesus Way Jamaica broke down with severe engine issues. The engine assessment is that it will need replacement. Travis exhausted all avenues to find a replacement. The cost of a new engine at the moment is not feasible considering time, cost and to have it shipping. So, the Lord has led Travis to a company in the united states that have the type of engine (used) needed and the engine is certified. Not only is the engine a lower cost, it can be shipped to Jamaica from America which is less expensive, this will also speed up the process to replace the engine. Instead of months this will take an estimated 2 to 3 weeks to ship and put into the bus. The overall Project is $15,000 to replace the engine.

(please put in the comment or note area this donation is for the Bus engine)

We Can Build a Dream!

It just takes you!

Step out and see God use you in unimaginable ways!

 

This project’s purpose is renovating a property we have leased that has been abandoned for the past 20 years. The building is located in West Kingston, right in the center of where we minister to most of the children and youth. For the last six years, we have been believing God for a place to call our own to start The Kingston Dream Center. Until now, we were not in a position to make that happen; we have been pushed from one building to the next, meeting with these precious children wherever we could find a spot, even open fields. Recently, an opportunity came to us to lease a property for 15 years, for just $1 per year. I am thrilled to tell you we have secured the building for the next 15 years.  The lease is paid-in-full, and now the real work begins.

A building sitting abandoned for 20 years means that anything that was not tied down (and many things that were), were “relocated” to other people’s property.  The building was also used as a bathroom and trash dump. Fortunately, the walls are still there! These scenarios mean a major work project. We have started working diligently to renovate as much as we can as fast as we can. A missions team came to help with the labor, and they also raised $3,000 to get us started with purchasing needed supplies. Another ministry also sowed a financial seed to help the renovation get moving. So far, over $7,500 has been donated towards the renovation, and we’ve used all of it in just one month. A lot has been done, including much of the clean up, installing a new roof (including trusses), and purchasing paint, some plumbing supplies, and electrical supplies. The best part is, many of the community youth and children who will be blessed by the operation of The Dream Center have been helping us with the work!

We need teams that will come and use their gifts to pour into the future generation of world changers. Skills needed: welders, masons, electricians, plumbers, painters, and people who love to play and interact with children. Everyone has something they can do; please step out and let God use your gifts like you never imagined!

Contact us now to schedule a time to come help build The Dream Center and reach the youth of West Kingston.

Pass the word, and let’s get this done!

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Linking the Covenants: A Year Long Study Journal

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