Senator Floyd Morris made history in Jamaica’s Parliament last week when he became the first visually impaired person to be appointed chairman of the national legislature’s upper house. He is an Adventist Church member and an advocate for the disabled, according to the Jamaica Observer newspaper
Earlier this month I had the privilege of speaking for ten minutes to the Andrews Academy student body for one of their morning worships.
On Monday (May 20) when an F4 tornado plowed through the town of Moore, Oklahoma, devastating about 30 square miles of suburban neighborhoods and schools, Adventist Community Services (ACS) immediately mobilized volunteers to help. ACS is the domestic community action agency sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the United States
Recently Joshua’s family moved from their country home into a new home in town.
Morris quoted week’s memory verse during swearing-in ceremony May 23, 2013 Kingston, Jamaica Nigel Coke Floyd Morris made history in Jamaica’s Parliament last week when he became the first visually impaired person appointed president of the Jamaican Senate, Parliament’s upper house. Floyd Morris is the first blind president of the Jamaican Senate