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Mother Of The Year 2014
Lieutenant Stitchie Inducted Into The Gospel Hall Of Fame
On Sunday, December 28, 2014 The now ordained Minister of the Gospel, was inducted into the Gospel Hall of Fame by Bishop J.O Baker in Kingston, Jamaica at the Annual GHF Induction Ceremony & Award Show. Cleve “Stitchie” Laing, has been transformed from being one of dancehall’s most acclaimed icon into an Ambassador for Christ.
Conferred with an Honorary Doctorate Degree, ordained as a Minister of the Gospel, a Psalmist and a born-again Kingdom Citizen whose repertoire is totally dedicated to all things Christ-Like, Stitchie, like the great characters of the bible, had his name changed after conversion by doing away with the “Lieutenant” part of his moniker, which was a throwback to the days when he was king of the dancehall as Lt. Stitchie, The Governor. The former high school teacher who graduated from G.C.Foster College of Physical Education and Sport was destined to teach valuable lessons in the school of life. Stitchie’s conversion was the culmination of two years spent in quiet reflection on his purpose in life and contemplating eternity, shortly after the death of his beloved mother. It was following on a near-death car crash on the way to perform at Reggae Sumfest in August 1997 and the receipt of a Gideon New Testament Bible from a Canadian Missionary the very night that Stitchie, on returning to his hotel, read the Bible, prayed, asked for forgiveness of his sins and accepted JESUS THE CHRIST as his Savior.
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