I’m Adeline Jean, a transnational Catholic—my experience and practice of my Christian faith derives from an intersection of my Caribbean-formed dynamic Charismatic style of worship and my American-flavored Charismatic prayer and worship style.read full bio
Mission Statement

“Whatever you do, do your work heartily, as for the Lord rather than for men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the reward of the inheritance. It is the Lord Christ whom you serve” (Colossians 3:23-24).

Message to Readers

I received a call from the Lord to start this website and blog two years ago. Like many things the Lord ordains, struggles, setbacks, and disappointments exist so that in the end all glory will go to Him and not to us. We will be able to testify that what we have accomplished is a result of God and not of our abilities. As such, we must always remember that we work for God, so our desire must always be to please Him. We are not meant to work for personal glory, for titles, or for appreciation. Our intention in everything that we do must always be to give glory to God, and that is the purpose of this website.

I can testify that this virtual space has been set aside for God—to engage in spiritual discussions, to receive divinely-inspired meditations, to listen to the Word of God and reflections, to request and to receive prayer support, and more. It is also the place where I will share my published and non-published writings and invite conversation. Moreover, it will be a place of encounter—of encountering God.   

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Pope John XXIII, who called Vatican Council II, stove to create a Church where all are welcome because he recognized the reality that we are all the family of God. In his efforts, he sought to be more ecumenical. He also entertained dialogue with communist Eastern Europe, and he reached out to the Eastern Orthodox

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Prayer: An Uncompromising Ritual

American ritual theorist, Ronald L. Grimes, in his book The Craft of Ritual Studies, says that prayer is a ritual action. He also remarks that ritual frequency is used to explain the regularity of a ritual. For me, prayer is a ritual. I pray every day. Prayer for me takes on different forms, so one

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