Festival of Life St. Kitts
To reach a nation.
February 24-March 1
Festival of Life 2014
What is a Festival of Life?
The purpose and vision of a Festival of Life is to present the message of Jesus Christ to an entire city (and in this case, nation) by reaching out to many communities and involving hundreds of individual believers.
This approach permeates and impacts an entire island nation, thus making the Festival of Life a truly unique ministry. Each day we will hold several small outreaches to various communities, with the last two days culminating in the center of Basseterre with live music, raffles, entertainment and bold and powerful proclamation of the Gospel.
Each Festival of Life provides opportunities for hundreds of people just like you to get involved by using their gifts to impact this nation with the gospel for Jesus Christ.
Want to be involved?
Schedule of Events
(Events are tentative)February 22-24
- Teams arrive
- Festival set-up
- Loads of prayer
- Community ministry
- Basseterre outreach
- Operation invite
- Various concerts and entertainment
- Even more prayer
- Most prayer ever
- Huge downtown concert
- Mike MacIntosh Gospel proclamation
- Worship service at Caribbean Christian Fellowship
Speakers and Musicians
Pastor Mike MacIntosh
For 36 years Mike has been the pastor of Horizon Christian Fellowship in San Diego, California. Over one hundred churches and para-church organizations have grown out of this congregation worldwide, as well as Horizon Christian Academy, a preschool through high school educational system that currently enrolls over 1,000 students.
With a deep commitment to the law-enforcement and first-responder communities, Mike serves as a Chaplain for the San Diego Police Department, the Newport Beach Police Department, and the American Red Cross. As a certified trainer through the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation.
Mike holds Master of Arts, Master of Religion, Master of Divinity, and Doctor of Divinity degrees from Azusa Pacific Graduate School of Theology, and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is an adjunct professor at Azusa Pacific University, and the author of several books, including When Your World Falls Apart, drawn from his experiences as a Chaplain responding to the New York World Trade Center disaster.
More about St.Kitts
Most children grow up without fathers as it is a common thing to have children with multiple men or women.there is a great need in reaching the younger generation in St Kitts. The average yearly salary is around $12000 a year and everything is way more expensive on this island.
There is a great need for the Word of God to be taught and lived out here on this island and in the Caribbean. So many times people cannot believe I am a pastor because I don't look the part; I am too young or not dressed right or am out working and serving the people. They need to see men and women who are love with Jesus and have a personal relationship with Him.
Brandon and Wendi Grayson
Wendi worked full time for an insurance agency before having their first child, Audri, in December 2008. She has been a stay-at-home Mom ever since. She has recently taken on the challenge of homeschooling Audri.