Ashea West

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Ashea West is a Doctor of Medicine, which she recently completed after studying in Grenada and New York. She is from Manchester, Jamaica and had left her hometown to chase her dreams in the medical field. She is passionate about sharing the gospel, using whatever opportunities she is given. “I do believe in blooming wherever I am transplanted”.

  • 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.

  • Job’s enlightenment

    We all go through some form of Job’s experience, but do we get Job’s enlightenment?

  • Y.O.L.O.

    I recently saw a post that asked, “What line do you use before making a bad decision?” And I instantly thought “YOLO!” You only live once so why not?

  • The Ashea West Story

    With just a little faith and a whole lot of determination, I started out on a journey in 2011 that stretched me spiritually in ways I didn’t know possible. I was born in Jamaica and I got baptized in the Seventh Day Baptist church when I was 13 years old.

  • When to give up

    Today I am here to tell you when it is okay to give up as a Christian.

  • We are Christians first

    I am a Christian first. I am a student, but a Christian student. I am a daughter but a Christian daughter. I am a sister, but a Christian sister. I am a friend but a Christian Friend. I am black, but a Christian that is black. And for this reason, all my views and thoughts are through the lens of being a Christian.