The saying goes: The family that prays together, stays together. For the Bartleys, they are a family that create together, laugh and pray together. It all started when Stanford Bartley as an enterprising 15-year-old growing up in Hanbury, Manchester, gravitated towards woodwork.
It's Christmas Eve of 2010 at the Horizon Adult Remand Centre. As I lay on my six-inch concrete bed gazing into the solid concrete roof for the first time in almost one month since my arrival, I'm weighed down with grief and loneliness.
Italy's foremost exorcist and theology professor, Father François Dermine, held court. Fellow exorcists in the room were glued to his every word. Medical practitioners, anthropologists, clerics and a handful of journalists were equally transfixed.
Alfred B. Johnson, author of the book Ambassador to the Global Village, shares his journey that in Jamaica, took him to other Caribbean islands, the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The most-improved student, Ashley Pitterson of Carron Hall High School in St Mary (second right), along with principal of the school Dottlyn Dawes (second left) and the school's e-Learning coordinator, Caroline Wilson-Lawes (centre), display their awards following e-Learning Jamaica's (e-Ljam) Technology Enrichment Programme Recognition Function at the Cardiff Hotel in Runaway Bay, St Ann, Friday, April 26.
Jamaica Yellow Pages is running a competition for amateur and for professional photographers the chance to feature on the cover of the 2014 edition of the directory.