Category: Jim Whittington

World Deliverance International Contributes Three 40 ft Containers of Food for Jamaica

We received word that today is the day the food for Jamaica will leave the port and is ready for immediate delivery. World Deliverance International(WDI), a Jamaican NGO humanitarian organization, has cleared the three 40 ft containers of canned chicken from customs to be distributed to the needy, hungry, children and families in Jamaica. Each of these 40 ft containers has on it 53,760 12.5oz cans of precooked chicken. This brings the grand total, for the three containers, to 161,280 cans.

Love-a-child, a humanitarian organization based in Haiti, helped WDI put this project together. WDI is donating one container of chicken to Food For The Poor, an organization that has been helping the people in Jamaica for many years. The other two containers will be distributed through WDI’s organization. This food will be distributed through some of the schools and churches throughout the island. The New Testament Church of God will be one of the organizations that will be coordinating with WDI in this project.

The United Nations has determined that 1 in 6 persons in Jamaica, lives in poverty. WDI is in harmony with the United Nations’ Global Agenda to eradicate world-wide hunger, illiteracy, health problems and disease. Jim Whittington, President of WDI, says this is just the beginning of many projects planned for the future.

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An Invitation to the United Nations

On Friday, November 18th, 2011, Jim Whittington attended meetings with several representatives at the United Nations (UN) in New York City. He had been invited by representatives of the UN. In these meetings, Jim Whittington and the representatives discussed how relations between World Deliverance International (WDI) and the UN could be enhanced in helping with their Global Agenda. World Deliverance International is a Jamaican NGO corporation and its agenda is in harmony with the United Nations’ Global Agenda to eradicate world-wide hunger, illiteracy, health problems and disease. This humanitarian organization has representatives, not only from Jamaica, but from other countries of the world. The senior vice president, Petra Schmidt is from Germany,  Bishop John Hardy, and retired police officer, Derron Pusey are from the Island of Jamaica and other officers of the corporation are from the United States. This organization is not only reaching out to Jamaica, but to other countries and islands as well. Currently, WDI has three, forty foot containers of food waiting to be released from customs in Kingston, Jamaica. This food has been donated to help alleviate the food shortage and help feed the children and hungry people in Jamaica. Each container has over 53,000 12 oz cans of chicken that will be a tremendous help. The United Nations has determined that 1 in 6 persons in Jamaica, lives in poverty. Jim Whittington stated in one of the meetings at the UN, that this is only one of the world-changing projects that WDI is undertaking. There are even greater plans for the future.

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The Brooklyn, NY Jim Whittington Crusade

The Jim Whittington crusade in Brooklyn, NY has just been completed,  so many were blessed, saved, healed and delivered. Some of the people in Brooklyn said this was one of the greatest crusades to come to the area in many years. When Rev. Jim Whittington flew into LaGuardia airport for this crusade,  he was returning from Kingston, Jamaica, where he had been working to get three, forty foot containers of food out of customs, that had been donated to Jamaica.

Each container has over 53,000 12 oz cans of chicken that will be a tremendous help. The United Nations has determined that 1 in 6 persons in Jamaica, lives in poverty. The United Nations Global Agenda is to eradicate world-wide hunger, illiteracy, and health problems and World Deliverance is doing its part to help with this campaign. Rev. Jim Whittington’s next United States crusade will be in December in Detroit, MI.

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The Come Apart And Rest A While Break Is Over

After taking a few days off for rest and relaxation, Jim Whittington is back in full swing. He arrived last night on American Airlines from his 106th mission trip to Jamaica. The crusade Sunday was said to be one of the greatest crusades ever held at the Wyndham Hotel in Kingston!

Special guest pastors joined the services and dance hall singer Bounty Killer once again attended the crusade. He joined Rev. Whittington for the Jericho march around the auditorium, proclaiming victory for Jamaica. The march is based on the Biblical victory march of the Israelites around the walls of the city of Jericho, a formidable opponent of Gods people. It symbolizes the falling down of the “walls” of crime, illiteracy, poverty, hunger and sickness.

Prime Minister Bruce Golding announced this weekend that he was not seeking reelection. We are praying for God to direct the election of a new leader to lead Jamaica during this time of worldwide restoration and financial crisis.

While in Jamaica, Rev. Whittington and his wife, Susan, attended a reception in the honor of the 21st anniversary of the Day of German Unity at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in New Kingston. The event was hosted by German Ambassador Josef Beck and his wife, Gudrun Beck.

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New York Crusade

The Great New York Crusade begins Sunday, August 14 at 7:30 PM in Brooklyn, New York. This great crusade will be held at the Messengers For Christ World Healing Center, 1215 Fulton St(Between Bedford Ave & Nostrand Ave)Brooklyn, NY 11216. In this miracle crusade, Rev. Jim Whittington will minister to those that need a miracle from the Lord, spiritually, physically, or financially. This crusade will last for 6 days. The last service will be Friday, August 19, at 7:30 PM. All seats are free, for all people, of all faiths!

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World Deliverance and Jim Whittington are joining the efforts of the United Nations to eliminate hunger, illiteracy, and health problems around the world

I want to update you on some of the latest World Deliverance Crusade projects. Currently, we are working to fill our first container of food to be sent to the Island of Jamaica. Many of you may remember that last year we donated to Love-A-Child — a Christian humanitarian organization – a truck that was used to deliver more than 15 million meals to starving families. We hope to launch the same effort in Jamaica!

At the World Food Day opening ceremony at the United Nations, or UN, we became more aware of the desperate needs around the world. We would like to help the UN fulfill its mission and global agenda to help eradicate hunger, illiteracy, and health problems worldwide and particularly in Jamaica, where we have already established partnerships with many leaders, churches and humanitarian organizations. According to the UN, more than one in six Jamaicans — overwhelmingly rural dwellers and women – live in poverty.

Recently I spoke at the Rotary International luncheon in Kingston, Jamaica, and the warm reception for our organization and our mission was overwhelming. Support for our efforts was pledged by many members, including Mrs. Lorna Golding, the wife of the Honorable Bruce Golding, the prime minister of Jamaica. Mrs. Golding will partner with us to provide mobile units that will travel to inner-city and rural schools to administer hearing and vision testing for students who would not otherwise be able to afford basic medical services. Already, we have been in touch with a company that will provide estimates for the construction of the mobile units.

We believe that with your generous support, we will launch this program in the very near future.

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Breaking News: The Crusade Service in Atlanta was Heaven on Earth

They came from five different states to attend the Restoration Healing and Blessing Service Sunday in Atlanta, GA. They came from Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, North and South Carolina. Everyone that attended, left with a testimony of a Blessing or Miracle, that they had received. We can’t wait for the next Restoration Healing and Blessing Service in Atlanta, on August 7, 2011 at 2:30 pm. The conference room at the Holiday Inn at 450 Capitol Ave, is a perfect setting for the miracles and blessings. Make your plans now to be apart of these services with Rev. Jim Whittington and receive your next Blessing and Miracle. This weekend, Friday June 10 through Sunday June 12, Rev. Jim Whittington will be ministering in Wilmington, NC at the Upper Room Praise & Worship Center at 406 Central Blvd at 7:00 pm, where pastors Tim Houska, Benjamin & Ashley Beeman welcome everyone. It is a special treat just to be in attendance at one of these services with these pastors. We’re expecting a special visitation from the Holy Spirit in these services. Hope you can be there!

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Jim Whittington Throws Out The First Pitch

Sunday May 15, 2011 was the opening day of Camp Meeting 2011 at the Met in Philadelphia, PA. Pastor Mark Hatcher asked me to be the lead off speaker. So I threw out the first ball, struck the devil out and prophesied that at the end of this 28 days, the score would be Jesus, 28 and the Devil 0. What a marvelous, wonderful, outstanding, service we had. The crowd was even bigger this year, than it was last year. Heaven came down, many renewed their commitment to Christ and others were touched, spiritually, physically, and blessings of God were pronounced on them.

This camp meeting will continue through Friday, June the 10th, 2011. There will be 28 different speakers, speaking during these 28 days. It’s going to be Heaven on Earth. Along with Pastor Mark Hatcher, there will be special guests, like Bishop Paul Morton, Pastor Sheryl Brady, Bishop Noel Jones, Pastor Rod Parsley, Pastor Jackie McCullough, Prophetess Juanita Bynum, Pastor Steve Munsey, Pastor Paula White, Apostle Richard D. Henton, and of course the renowned Dr. Morris Cerullo.

These are just a few that will be participating in Camp Meeting 2011 at the Met(Holy Ghost Headquarters) 858 North Broad St, Philadelphia, PA. If you live in the Philadelphia area, or wherever, and would like to attend a camp meeting, head for the Met, where the presence and the power of God is being manifested. Get there quick as you can and you will never be sorry that you did. By the way, tell Pastor Mark Hatcher that I sent you. Last but not least, congratulations to Pastor Mark Hatcher, on his ordination as a Chief Apostle, which will take place Saturday, June 11th. For further information you can go to

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Judgement Day?

Special Report From The Desk of Jim Whittington:

Lately I have been seeing billboards here in the United States, and even in some foreign countries, stating that May 21, 2011 will be Judgement Day. They say there will not be a 2012 and that this is guaranteed by the Bible. To put the icing on the cake, I received a letter today, from another source, stating that the world will end in the month of April 2011

This person claims to be a prophet of God and went on to say this was revealed to them in the clouds last year. This is not the first time that a person or a group of people, have proclaimed that the world would end or Jesus would come on a certain day or at a particular time. So far, they have all been wrong. Their prophecies and predictions have failed and will continue to fail.

When Jesus was asked in Matthew 24:3-5 by his disciples on the Mount of Olives, “When shall these things be? And what shall be the sign of thy coming and of the end of the world?” Jesus answered and said unto them, “take heed that no man deceive you for many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; And Shall deceive many.”

And finally he said unto them in the 36th verse of the same chapter, “But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only.” He is coming but no one knows when. Jesus said in John 14:3 “…I will come again, and receive you unto myself: that where I am, there ye may be also.” So don’t worry about the date, just be ready when he does appear. Ok?

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What An Exciting, But Safe Flight

My flight Tuesday from Jamaica was very exciting. We missed our approach at the Miami airport and had to abort the landing. We had to go back up and fly around a second time. Thank God this one was successful, even though it was rough. As I was leaving the plane, the pilot said to me, “Thank you for your prayers, we sure needed them today.” The weather in Atlanta was bad when we arrived here, but I thank God, in the 99 mission trips that I’ve made to Jamaica, all of them have been safe. It’s good to be back home again.

Jamaica was wonderful. We were able to supply the highschool in Olympia Garden with forty globes. The staff assured us that these were desperately needed and would be very helpful to the students. We are also supplying laptop computers to as many of the students as possible. Computers are very difficult to come by in Jamaica and when you do find one that can be purchased, the price is outrageous. We have been able to find a source that we can purchase these laptops for $165.00 each. If you would like to help donate one to a student, it would be much appreciated. We will then furnish you the name, photo, and a thank you note from the student that receives it.

I will be in York, Pennsylvania at Heritage Cathedral, beginning Friday evening April 8, 2011, with Pastor Steve Rambler. I will be there through Sunday evening, April 10, 2011. I want to see all my friends in the area.

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