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Health Ministry’s ‘Jamaica Moves’ Initiative Gets SDA Church’s Approval

The Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church in Jamaica is throwing its support behind the Health Ministry’s ‘Jamaica Moves’ programme, and will formally endorse the initiative on January 8, 2019.

According to President of the Jamaica Union Conference of SDAs, Pastor Everett Brown, the church’s mission is to use its resources to help persons spiritually, and to do so in “whatever [way] we can to benefit mankind”, hence its supporting the health project, which was initiated by Portfolio Minster, Dr. the Hon. Christopher Tufton.

Pastor Brown, who was addressing the recent Central Jamaica Conference of SDAs 2018 camp meeting and lay institute in St. Catherine, said with Jamaica Moves enlightening individuals on healthy lifestyles, “as a church, we ought to support them on this venture”.

He said, to this end, the church will undertake a series of islandwide engagements during 2019, all of which are geared towards promoting healthy eating, and exercise.

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