I grew up in a respected community in Jamaica where I attended church regularly on Sunday mornings. I did not learn much, but the atmosphere was a comforting one. Going to church on Sunday mornings was like a hobby. Though I started at a young age, it was my will to attend church. My parents did not have anything to do with my decision. My mom however (God rest her soul), emphasizes that I should pray before bedtime, and before the days begin. This is a tradition that I have continued with to the present. Now that my wisdom has increased, I am grateful to Almighty God.
Growing up in Jamaica, I idled out my high school years, but was fortunate to migrate to Canada within a year after my graduation. My schooling years in Canada have not been much of a success either, but I have never strayed away from God’s will. After I watched and listened to the many faces and voices that have preached and taught the gospel of Jesus Christ, I began a self study. I started a self study of the Bible about the year nineteen ninety seven or ninety eight; the result is my book: The Light of Innocence.