Born in Trinidad and now living in the Cayman Islands, Jamie begun his career at 16 dancing and acting on two television series, "Party Time" and "Body Beat" in the 1990's. After great success for his age, he went on to open for major recording artists like Queen Latifah and Naughty by Nature. He has also served as a host for top gospel acts like Kirk Franklin and Fred Hammond and as a judge at the Marlin Gospel Music Awards in the Bahamas for the past 5 years. Currently the new on air host for Rise and Shine "All of Us" on TEMPO, Jamie is sharing his spiritual light with the world and taking the Caribbean by storm.
Dr. Myles Munroe
He was born in Nassau, Bahamas in 1954 and has been a lifetime resident of the Bahamas. He has degrees in fine arts, education and theology from Oral Roberts University (1978), a Master’s degree in administration from the University of Tulsa (1980), and he has been awarded a number of honorary doctoral degrees. He has also served as an adjunct professor of the Graduate School of Theology at Oral Roberts University. His wife, Ruth Munroe is copastor with him at BFMI. He has a son Chairo (Myles Jr.) and daughter Charisa.
Today, Dr. Munroe is a pastor, teacher, administrator, author and motivational speaker. He travels throughout the world as a speaker addressing governments, businesses, and church congregations. He personally addresses over 500,000 people each year on personal and professional development, and he receives hundreds of invitations every year to speak worldwide. Munroe has appeared on Benny Hinn's This Is Your Day program, where he spoke about the Kingdom of God.
Munroe places a great emphasis on the Kingdom of God and believes that the whole Bible, along with the message of Jesus, revolved around the kingdom and not a religion. He has said, "My vision, is wrapped up in one statement: I exist to transform followers into leaders. My philosophy is, trapped in every follower is a leader. My belief is, if that person is placed in the right environment, the leader will manifest himself or herself."