Anneque Bennett

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Anneque Bennett is a vying, industrious, persistent and gallant young virtuous woman of God from Jamaica, West Indies. Her dexterity births creativity cocooned by flexibility. She possesses an eye for complexity and a magnitude of focus to complete tasks and assist others in every possible way. She loves to communicate and interact with youths on different levels and share in their experiences and serves as a mentor and youth empowerment leader. She engages heavily in promoting and marketing different products: where she also serves as a host/emcee and at times, public speaker. She finds outdoor very amusing and love to bask in nature as she puts pen to paper. She enjoys road trips, hiking and documenting each moment through fun pictures and videos and her best friend – a purple journal. #Adventure

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  • ’Tis the Season of Crazy Faith

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  • Fallen angel

    Many of us can recollect our childhood when we were our parents’ “angel”. Prized, treasured, stainless, and sinless lambs. We were walking gifts from God. But, as time progressed, we become infiltrated by the world’s norms, ideologies, and the colourful and deceptive art of sin.

  • The glass ceiled dungeon

    As a “PK” – Pastor’s Kid – I have often been told by others that I am destined to become a “first lady” (pastor’s wife), like my mother. Persons have also predicted that I am destined to mother and nurture kids. However, those persons who speculated, would not usually ask me what I wanted.