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Miracle Ministries - Pastors
Rev. Dr Winston Cuffie
Rev. Dr Winston Cuffie (with his wife Angela) is the founder of the multi-faceted Miracle Ministries organization, based in Central Trinidad, West Indies. Rev. Cuffie, who heads the entire organisation, also serves as Senior Pastor of the Church, Chairman of the organisation's Board of Education and President of the Institute of Ministry and Tertiary Education. Pastor Cuffie, as he is usually called, is popularly known for his bold faith and uncompromising stand for the Gospel, and carries a rich anointing for the miraculous, as well as the apostolic and prophetic. Pastor Cuffie, who is also a former high school teacher, has authored five books, is an established entrepreneur, a noted radio and television minister, and a convention, conference and motivation speaker - both locally and abroad. He served as an advisor to the Ministry of Education on Education Reform and has held executive positions (including that of president) in schools' PTAs, both at primary and secondary levels. For several years, Pastor Cuffie has also been a strong, prominent voice on national issues in Trinidad and Tobago. He has counselled some of the nation's top political leaders, among them Prime Ministers. For over eight years he served as a full-time columnist with the national daily newspaper, Newsday. He currently writes a weekly article in one of the nation's leading daily newspapers. He earned a Doctor of Ministry and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Human Development at Friends International Christian University in California, USA . Pastor Cuffie is married to the ever-supportive Angela, who is co-founder and Co-Senior Pastor. Pastor Angela has also traveled considerably, doing ministry abroad alongside her husband, Rev. Dr Winston Cuffie. Pastor Cuffie's personal testimony of miracle healing
Miracle Ministries Pentecostal High School
The Chairman of the Board of Education/ Management, Rev. Dr Winston Cuffie, is a former high school teacher, and has been actively involved in many other spheres of the education.
He also served as advisor to the Ministry of Education of Trinidad and Tobago, on Education Reform.
Greetings were brought to those gathered by Rev. Adrian Sieunarine of the Presbyterian Church, Rev. Dr. Winston Cuffie of Miracle Ministries, Bishop Claude Berkerly of the Anglican church, and Archbishop Joseph Harris of the Roman Catholic Church.
Prominent Pentecostal pastor of Miracle Ministries in Chase Village Chaguanas, Winston Cuffie, in commenting on the ruling, declared that it could spell major problems for the moral image of the US.
"And it will send ripples throughout the world, to a large extent. Most of the world by far do not condone this behaviour...The tradition is, that whatever the US does, you just follow through with it. But that is foolishness, because you will never be independent...So we have to set the pace, not because the US does it, makes it right. We have to stand up and say that this is wrong and be our own leaders...Most of the world has not gone that way, and will not go that way. It's a radical abomination. It does not make radical and logical sense," said Cuffie.
Miracle Ministries -Newspapers Articles About Us
Sound Sentiments by Pastor Cuffie | Christ Castle Visit Changed My Life | A fair assessment of war | Excellence at Pentecostal High School | Model Teacher Feature A Great Inspiration To All
Miracle Ministries -Newspapers Articles About Us THE EDITOR: I just read Pastor Winston Cuffie's commentary, Anti-War Hypocrisy. I spent time in Trinidad a few years ago aboard my sailboat and since then have always kept in contact by reading Newsday online every day. I also read other newspapers from around the world via computer. Pastor Cuffie's assessment of the US involvement in Iraq is the fairest and most rational one I have seen. Most commentaries support bombing the country back into the stone age or in demanding total withdrawal in order to allow Saddam to continue his killing and terrorism on his own people. I am neither a war monger nor a pacifist but, like Pastor Cuffie, there comes a time when certain actions must be taken in order to protect the long-term well being of a people. Thank you sir, for your speaking out on this important subject. Sound sentiments by Pastor Cuffie THE EDITOR: I wish to record my agreement with the sentiments expressed by your writer, Pastor Dr Winston Cuffie, on "The Role of Religion in Our Schools" (21-6-03). In that particular column, Pastor Cuffie recounted excerpts of an address on the said theme, which he had delivered to school principals and supervisors, in response to an invitation from the Education Ministry. Having spent a number of years in the United Kingdom and worked on several educational and social programmes involving a few other "developing" countries, it is my deep conviction that religion does have a vital role to play (as the Pastor advanced) in the essential character development of a child. I've always found it rather difficult to resonate with views that insist on the contrary. My convictions have cost me a few friends along the way, but I remain unconvinced otherwise. The US provides an awful quota of evidence depicting the regrettable consequences of instigating, among children, a contemptuous attitude towards God. Pastor Cuffie did present a beautifully structured case of the value of religion in our institutes of learning. He addressed the subject from a practical, but quite profound basis, producing compelling insights on realities of the impact of religion on human behaviour and personality development. There is hardly any reasonable way that one can challenge the soundness of his argument, as to the invaluable contribution of religion in dealing with critical issues such as anger management, self-esteem, self-discipline, conflict resolution, coping skills, identity crisis and teen depression. I had read "Pentecostal Perspective" on some occasions and had looked at Pastor Cuffie on television. Although I was not into church, I felt basically impressed with his work. Pastor Cuffie came out to preach. I was expecting some kind of sermon on hell, fire and brimstone but his topic was "Miracle in the Mind.