Kacy Garvey

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Kacy Garvey is a Christian poet, speaker and activist. In 2011, she launched "Rahab", an outreach to prostitutes in Geneva, Switzerland. She is a USAID certified HIV Testing and Counselling Provider and has also successfully completed training in Trafficking in Persons conducted by the International Organisation on Migration (IOM). She performs original pieces of spoken word poetry to various audiences, and in 2014 and 2018, she launched “Undone” and “Water Jar”, the first and only Christian poetry albums published in Jamaica thus far. As a founding member of the Love March Movement (since 2012) and #MarriageMattersJA (since 2018), she is a regular presenter on the science, politics and biblical worldviews on sex and sexuality. In January 2021, Kacy launched Caribbean Christian Response, an online movement that reviews the news from a biblical worldview and gathers millennials across the region to pray together and seek God’s heart on these issues.

  • Pick Your Flavour

    A few weeks ago, on a women’s prayer call, I watched a video retelling the powerful story of the Businessman’s Revival in the United States.

  • Superstars

    In January of this year, I was invited by a friend to perform some poetry and participate in a panel discussion for his church’s youth convention.

  • Papillon  

    “Papillon” is a true story about Henri Charrière, a Frenchman framed for a murder in 1931 and then wrongly charged with a life sentence and hard labour.

  • Trust Funds

    On 11 January 2021, two words accidentally earned a tiny firm 527% profit in shares over night.

  • Sex starts at the Cross

    I cringed a bit when I heard it. Not because it was strange and confusing, but the exact opposite: it was relentlessly and undeservedly popular. And what made it so cringe-inducing wasn’t just the phrase itself, but more so the unquestioned wisdom and axiomatic authority with which it has been carried by generations of men:

  • Passing the Baton

    The Soninke are an unreached people group i.e. with no known Christian church or outreach. Their rank in the global political economy is humble to put it diplomatically.

  • Shot Glass Prayers

    In Jamaica, we have a saying “suck salt through wooden spoon” that means to endure hardship, usually over a prolonged period.

  • Scales on our Eyes

    We all have traits about ourselves that we are not proud of, and consciously or sub-consciously try to hide from others around us.

  • Worse than a Slave  

    When Jesus gave us the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20), He gave us four distinct instructions:

  • The Third Pentecost

    The bible is beautifully poetic in the alignment and symbolism of major events. A mentor of mine recently revealed to me how this poetry leaps beyond the bible’s pages into milestones in our lives today.