Guyana Mission launches ‘Building Bridges’ book

| April 22, 2014

Caribbean news. It was an evening to behold, the official launch of the inspirational book by the late Philip Mohabir, Building Bridges. Premised on the spiritual journey of Philip Mohabir, Building Bridges and the thesis, ‘People in England do not sin. It’s a Christian country…’, the book sets out Philip’s encounter with the un-Godly and his passion to ease the pain of non-white residents in a racist Britain and his determination to build bridges between black and white people.

The book launch which took place on Saturday 22nd March at the New Life Assembly, Upland Road East Dulwich, was part of a series of activities leading up to a special Mission to Guyana, July 4th to the 29th2014. Other activities prior to the book launch were held in aid of raising funds to provide, a new bus to transport children to school, vital financial support for Scholarships to attend Bible College and Family income to orphans for daily basic essentials such as food and clothing allowance in Guyana.

Guyana Mission Book Launch

Guyana Mission were also involved with Lou Engle who delivered two powerful meetings in Ealing  on the 11th and 12 April 2014. Heavily supporting the Mission is the undisputed king of UK Gospel Reggae, WATCHMAN. This Gospel Music Awards (GMA) Winner and Music Of Black Origin (MOBO) Award Nominee took time out to attend and support the book launch.

A former o?ender, WATCHMAN has changed his life and has released his latest album “TIMELINE” on April 21, Easter Monday. This production was recorded in Jamaica at the world-renowned Tu? Gong Studio. See pictorial display of the blessings that was bestowed on the many guests and performers at the book launch.

The Guyana Mission is managed by an exceptional leader, a dynamic problem solver and an influential businessman operating out of the United Kingdom, David Mohabir Prasad is a man with a missional heart that longs to see the restorative work of God impacting the lives of the nations.

Mentored by his late father-in-law, Philip Mohabir, David has imbued the same values of the sanctity of life and the need to engage in humanitarian work so that all people can live with peace and purpose. David firmly believes that this is primarily possible through the impact of Christ’s gospel. He has had personal experience of the power of this gospel in his own challenges, coping with the untimely death of his wife, Anne.

David Prasad brings to this mission a dedication to excellence, a diversity of skills, a high level of integrity and a unique ability to establish and project manage business ventures in the social sector, media, property and motor vehicle industry. There is, also, the experience that comes from servicing varying sectors needing consultation and solutions in the fields of management, planning, compliance, client services and business administration, and electrical and electronic engineering and innovation.

For more details contact: The Prasads 45 Virginia Road Thornton Heath Croydon, Surrey CR7 8EN United Kingdom.

Guyana Mission Book Launch

Guyana Mission Book Launch


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