Melicha J. Smith

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Melicha J. Smith originates and resides in Jamaica, West Indies. She has been involved in youth ministries for over 13 years and has served in the capacities of teacher, mentor, intercessor and missionary. Professionally she functions as a Registered Pharmacist. 

Melicha enjoys and invests most of her time in writing, reading and listening to music. She loves a good game of football even though she understands VERY LITTLE about the game.

Melicha Smith is an author, speaker and founder of Reflective Hands Ministry.

Follow her on Instagram: @reflectivehandsja

  • Like Fish Need Oxygen…

    I was so excited about the newest addition to the company I would have at home… I mean, I live alone, who wouldn’t be? “Fish would be great company”, I thought.

  • Excited giving

    Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver (2 Corinthians 9 verse 7).

  • The apple of your eyes

    The phrase, “The apple of my eyes” usually refers to a person of whom one is extremely fond of. Despite the term being used time and time again by persons intimately in love, God, in Proverbs chapter 7 verse 2 referred to us keeping His precepts (His Word) as the apple of our eyes.

  • Come Away With Me Part 2

    Unlike the game of “Hide and Seek” where the unseen or hidden person’s aim is to NOT be found, God’s aim in the reality of “Life” is TO BE found by us.

  • Come Away With Me

    Hear my cry, O God; Attend to my prayer. From the end of the earth, I will cry to You, when my heart is overwhelmed; Lead me to the rock that is higher than I.  (Psalm 61 verses 1-2)

  • Bread, manna, mango

    “…Give us this day our daily bread…” (Matthew chapter 6 verse 11)

  • Chlorinated water poisoned my water…

    Part one of this two-part series tells the tale of how most of my nine fishes died within an hour of being in a new “water environment.”