Yeshua’s House Ministry (YHM) was founded and launched on the 29th. of June 2018 at the Kendal Shiloh Apostolic Church in Manchester, Jamaica. It is an arm of the Russells Shiloh Apostolic Church in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica. YHM was formed to help prepare/position God’s people, through the living word and by determined faith, to possess their inheritance.
Quarterly meetings held at various locations globally, bring together heirs of the promises of God, to listen to Inheritance Experts, who share their stories of how they took control of their God given positions and are making marked differences in the earth. An exposition platform is also made available for other Inheritance Experts (inventors, developers, creators etc.) to present their items for patronage – all to the glory of a God who is very generous!
The commitments/obligations we deliver to Joint Heirs are duly supported by faithful sponsors and well wishers of the ministry.
MEET THE TEAM
Founder of Yeshua’s House Ministry
JEFFERY I. SMITH, BSc, EAMS, PE: 47 C Ward Avenue, Chin Quee Terrace, Mandeville, Manchester
A graduate of CAST (1990), the University of the West Indies (1995) and Paris Tech University (2014), Brother Jeffery Smith is an appointed Elder of the Russells Shiloh Apostolic Church and an Assistant Vice President at the National Water Commission.
Elder Smith has served as the assistant secretary on the Board of the Company’s Credit Union and has represented the NWC on a number of overseas missions including the US Trade and Development Agency’s (USTDA) Reverse Trade Mission held in Washington DC in 2017.
He served as Chaplin of the Woodlawn School of Special Education and was a member of the National Youth Committee of the Shiloh Apostolic Church of Jamaica. More than ten years ago, while a minister, God changed his name from Minister Jeffery Smith to Minister Joshua Smith and out of that experience Yeshua’s House Ministry was founded and launched.
Elder Joshua Smith loves the art of writing and out of that connection he has self-published one book named, Like A Man. The narrative speaks to the enduring legacy of his beloved and late father, Elder Roderick Smith.
He is married to Evangelist Michele Smith since seventeen years now, and they spend lots of time together taking care of their daughter, Sister Joshanne Smith.
Administrative Director of Yeshua’s House Ministry
MICHELE A. SMITH, MBA (Hons): 47 C Ward Avenue, Chin Quee Terrace, Mandeville, Manchester
Born in Kendal Manchester, the third of five siblings, Married to Jeffery Smith with daughter, Joshanne.
Educated at Manchester High School (1981), College of Arts Science & Technology (1990), University of the West Indies (1999) University of New Orleans (2009), Michele is an expert business manager.
She has worked for twenty years at Jamaica Public Service Company Limited and moved through the ranks from Clerk to Customer Service Manager and then Parish Manager for the parish of St. Elizabeth. She is now the Campus Manager, University of the Commonwealth Caribbean, Mandeville since six years.
Michele serves at church as: Youth Group; Leader, Secretary, Treasurer and President; Chorister; Member of Church Executive Committee; Sunday School Teacher (Teens) and Member of Youth Prayer Group.
In her spare time she volunteers as member of the Ward Avenue Citizen Association Welfare Committee, past member of Black River, Employees Network Association (BRENA) and Parish Disaster Preparedness Committee. She also does numerous outreach projects in St. Elizabeth/Manchester.
Associate Director of Yeshua’s House Ministry
JANICE E. GAYLE, BSc: 3024 North Powers Drive Apt. 60, Orlando, Florida 32818, USA
She feels blessed to be the seventh of fourteen children born to Roderick and Robertha Smith, both Shiloh Apostolic Church of Jamaica Pastors, of Swaby’s Hope in Manchester.
Fresh out of high school, Janice landed her first job at Manchester Co-operative Credit Union (1977) Limited in November 1993, where she served until 2016. She thanks God for that job, adding that she gained invaluable experiences. She affirms that her positions – the last being manager of the Christiana Branch – has certainly enriched her professional life and enlarged her scope in the work environment. Gayle considers herself more a leader than a manager.
Janice worshiped for years with her parents at the Warminister and Russell Shiloh Apostolic Churches and concludes that the opportunities given to her to teach Sunday school, be the secretary and treasurer for many committees have shaped her into the successful professional she is today.
It is out of her commitment to serve the Lord and out of the love for the souls of men that caused Pastor Robertha Smith, her mom to appoint her an Evangelist at the age of seventeen. Gayle later served at the Holiness Born Again Apostolic Church in Heartsease, Mandeville, as an Evangelist.
Janice now resides in Orlando, Florida, with her husband of twenty-one years, Andrew, her three children; Kay-Andrew, Kedrine, and Andrew Jr.
Mentor of Yeshua’s House Ministry
LYNDON B.N. JOHNSON, Ph.D: Victoria Park, Fyffes Pen P.O., St. Elizabeth
A past student of Brandon Hill All Age School, Clarendon College and the University of the West Indies, Dr. Johnson majored in Chemistry ((B.Sc. (Hons)) and pursued postgraduate research in Natural Products Chemistry, graduating with a Ph.D. in 1990. He worked at the Scientific Research Council firstly as a Scientific Officer and then as Head, Natural Products Department.
Dr. Johnson moved on from the SRC to be one of the founding members of Technosol Limited and he has served in the position of Managing Director from 1993 until present. Over the years his work has been recognized by various institutions and he was recipient of SRC scholarship (1989), German Academic Exchange Award (1990), International Scholarship for training in Industrial Biotechnology (1993) and the Shell/SRC Young Scientist of the Year Award (2001). The prestigious Young Scientist of the Year Award recognized work done in pushing forward the development of the Jamaican Agro-industrial Sector. Dr. Johnson was nominated for “Best New Product of the Year – 2003” (Jamaica Observer Food Awards) and is a Regional Winner and a nominee for the “Nation Builder Award – National Commercial Bank” (October, 2008).
Born Again of Water and of the Spirit in 1981 (Emmanuel Apostolic Church, Brandon Hill, Clarendon), Dr. Johnson is a graduate of the Caribbean Bible Institute (CBI) and is a former Lecturer at the Jamaica Apostolic Bible Institute (JABI). Ordained as a Minister and then an Elder in the Emmanuel Apostolic Church, Dr Johnson was a former National Sunday School Superintendent for the Emmanuel organization. Dr Johnson is also a former Chairman of the Jamaica Pentecostal Union (JPU). He currently fellowships with the United Pentecostal Church of Jamaica, and pastors a new work in the district of Oxford.
Married to Paulette (Polly), the 31-year union has produced Nathalia, Michelle- Ann and Michael.
Pastor of Yeshua’s House Ministry
ROBERTHA SMITH: Swaby’s Hope, Spur Tree P.O. Manchester, Mandeville
Lady Robertha Smith is a dynamic thoroughbred! She is a wise Holy Ghost filled woman who is articulate and spiritually alert – a true ambassador of the Kingdom.
Many who are Managers, Doctors and Engineers today were taught and disciplined by Mrs Smith at Swaby’s Hope Basic School in Manchester and Russells Early childhood Institution in St. Elizabeth.
Mrs Smith began her latest of two basic school work/ministry at Russell’s, Coffee Valley in 1987 with great zeal and enthusiasm, knowing she was sent by God! The basic school she toiled hard to establish in the community is testimony of her love, of nurturing and educating the next generation of leaders.
Her loving heart of kindness and compassion has won the admiration of many, especially the children and the elderly whom she goes more than the extra mile for, unceasingly.
She is retired as a teacher but is currently the corresponding Sponsor of the ECI.