Ashea West

Press Services International

Ashea West is a third-year medical student from Manchester, Jamaica studying in the USA. I am passionate about sharing the gospel, using whatever opportunities I am given. I do believe in blooming wherever I am transplanted.

  • You are not Alone

  • Love in the time of Covid

    God is love and the bible gives us the details on how to love effectively. In John Chapter 15 verse 12 it says, “This is my commandment, that ye love one another, as I have loved you.” And God showed us his love, in that while we were still sinners, he sent his son to die for our sins.

  • Is this the End?

    The bible is not just a religious book for Christians, but it is also a history book. Over the years we can see things in the bible slowly unfolding and the prophecies fulfilling.

  • The journey > the destination

    I made a vision board for 2021 and beyond. And there are things I have on it that may not manifest this year, but the process needs to start this year. Looking at the vision board, I only see the goals I want to accomplish, there is no plan on the board as to how to accomplish these goals.

  • Long Walks

    The streets are not so empty anymore, and even though you cannot see the smiles, the eyes tell it all. There is something about taking a long walk that calms the mind.

  • Our Common Hallelujah

    For two years I was privileged to study on the island of Grenada. One of the most incredible experience I had on the island, was my time spent with the Christian Student’s Association - Church on Campus. Each semester they would have a multicultural praise night and it felt like a glimpse of what heaven would be like.

  • I don’t believe in Good Friday

    This past Easter I reflected on all that comes with the celebration around the Easter season. Easter is the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ - although the origin of the name Easter is questionable. Jesus came to earth for one purpose and that was to redeem us from sin.

  • For such a time like this

    Dear God, It’s me.

  • 8 minutes

    Every day I walk to the train and it takes me about 8 minutes. During these walks, I always feel more connected to God. I put my headphones in, it’s quiet and there I can commune with God.

  • Therapy sessions with God

    Imagine walking into an office: the walls are painted white and the aroma of fresh cut flowers is in the air. The receptionist greets you with a warm smile and leads you to the doctor’s office.