Reconciliation Ministries International distribute The Word for Today in the Caribbean. The work of George and Hazel Miller has been in action for many years and has a mission to accomplish the following ministry goals.
- To establish working relationship and partnership with churches and other Christian groups in order to make disciples
- To call committed Christians to a life of prayer and intercession
- To preach the full gospel of Jesus Christ as Saviour, Healer and Deliverer
- To show practical concern for people in need
- To encourage Christians in all walks of life to fulfil their calling in God
- To see real Holy Ghost revival sweep the nations
- Establishing of Prayer Centres
- Establishing vision for community Evangelists and Evangelism.
- Laying foundation for the launch of youth Word for Today in the Caribbean.
- To further advance the distribution of Word for Today Caribbean.
- Missions in Jamaica and Trinidad and a visit to Grenada.
RMI is an international, interdenominational evangelistic organisation and part of the evangelical alliance. RMI (formerly Impact Missions) was founded by George and Hazel Miller. As Impact Missions it operated as a national UK evangelistic organisation and the ministry was confined to predominantly white congregations. However, as George travelled and ministered in the wider world his vision expanded and with this new multi cultural, multi racial vision Impact Missions became Reconciliation Ministries International in 1996. George and Hazel travel widely, preaching the full gospel and ministering to those in need. RMI has a UK office based in Kidderminster, Worcestershire and a Caribbean office based in Kingston, Jamaica.
The Word For Today, RMI
8 Upper Sandringham Avenue
C/- Jubilee Christian Centre
61 Hoo Road
Worcs DY12 2BX
Ministry Head: George and Hazel Miller
Language: English, English patois
Population: 2,889,187 (July 2012 est.)
Area: 10,991 sq km
Religion: Protestant 62.5% (Seventh-Day Adventist 10.8%, Pentecostal 9.5%, Other Church of God 8.3%, Baptist 7.2%, New Testament Church of God 6.3%, Church of God in Jamaica 4.8%, Church of God of Prophecy 4.3%, Anglican 3.6%, other Christian 7.7%), Roman Catholic 2.6%, other or unspecified 14.2%, none 20.9%, (2001 census)
Source: CIA Factbook