Please HELP me reach my goal and raise money for the missions trip that I’m leading in a few months! 2 Corinthians 2:12 KJV My goal is that grace and peace would abound in NORTH AFRICA & JAMAICA as people are loved with the love of Christ and the gospel is shared! Click here to donate: http://www.gofundme.com/karenys Thank you so much everyone! I’m really believing in God to help me meet my needs! Blessings<3 Matthew 6:8 KJV
Ackee is Jamaica's national fruit. The fruit was imported to Jamaica from West Africa (probably on a slave ship) before 1778. Since then it has become a major feature of various Caribbean cuisines, and is also cultivated in tropical and subtropical areas elsewhere around the world. The fruit of the ackee is not edible in its entirety. Only the inner, fleshy yellow arils are consumed. It is extremely poisonous in the very center if you eat the red bits
Rastafarian is a religious movement that emerged in Jamaica in the mid- 20 between the working class and black farmers, calling for the repatriation of the same to his ancestral home : Ethiopia - Africa. This movement proclaims Haile Selassie I, Emperor of Ethiopia , as the earthly representation of Jah (God).
GULLAH LANGUAGE | Gullah speak an English-based creole language containing many African loanwords and significant influences from African languages in grammar and sentence structure. The Gullah language is related to Jamaican Creole, Bahamian Dialect, and the Krio language of Sierra Leone in West Africa. Gullah storytelling, foodways, music, folk beliefs, crafts, farming and fishing traditions, etc. all exhibit strong influences from West and Central African cultures.
Hibiscus Tea. It is an ancient drink called Karkadeh in Egypt, Bissap in Senegal, Zobo in Nigeria, Jamaica in Mexico, and Bunga Raya in Malaysia. It is rich in polyphenols, vitamin C, and other antioxidants. Also has been shown to lower cholesterol and blood pressure.