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Friday, March 23, 2012

It Will All Start With A Dream

And he dreamed yet another dream, and told it his brethren, and said, Behold, I have dreamed a dream more; and, behold, the sun and the moon and the eleven stars made obeisance to me. (Genesis 37:9  KJV)

Friend - Dream! Keep on Dreaming! Never Stop Dreaming! It will all start with a Dream!

I like going through the reports I receive from the companies that help us spread our HOPE messages around the world. Yes, we see who are the first to open our emails. We see if you forward them on to a friend. We see when your friend opens them. We see when you click on a website. We see which countries visit daily, weekly and monthly and how the readership is growing every second. We see if you read from your Blackberries, Iphones, Ipads, etc. We see if you use browsers such as Google Chrome or Firefox or Internet Explorer. The power of technology.

Quite recently, I visited a number of search engines on the internet and came to realize that Dare 2 Be Different International now seems to be in control of three words all across the globe. Those three words are HOPE  IS  AHEAD.

Check and see. Type HOPE  IS  AHEAD  in or or or and many others. See whose messages and videos and ministry websites show up in the top spots.

Dare 2 Be Different International! WOOOOOOOOW!!!!

Do you know what that means? We are reaching every corner of the globe with our Hope Messages. We are getting the message of HOPE and SALVATION out from little St.Kitts - Nevis.

Every person or ministry that we've ever mentioned on any of our websites, instantly gets international exposure to our thousands of daily readers. It all started with a DREAM in June 2008  to  EVANGELIZE  TO  THE  WORLD  using the technology available. Look at what the Lord has been doing.

The dream lives on. One day, St. Kitts will witness the landing of The Dare 2 Be Different International Missionary Jet on The Robert Llewlyn Bradshaw International Airport. Thousands will come out to see the historic landing of a plane owned by a Gospel Ministry founded in St. Kitts-Nevis, that will take our team all across the world for FREE and we won't pay a cent to acquire it.

It all starts with a dream. If I start telling you of our dozens of documented plans in our Mission and Vision Statement, this devotional will never end. The road may be rocky now for us as team members, but what we know for sure though, is that it won't be rocky all the time. One day soon, you'll be seeing Dare 2 Be Different Buses traveling all across St. Kitts, Nevis, Anguilla, Antigua, Montserrat, USA, UK, Kenya doing missions, teaching skills, providing counselling and free medical care along with spreading the message of Hope and Salvation with an energy and enthusiasm that can only come from God.

Probably by then, I'll be part of the Medical Team - Dr. Khrystus Wallace, Emergency Surgeon.

It will all start with a Dream. Before Joseph actually witnessed others bowing down to him as he had dreamed, he had to go through the rough waters first. What is exciting to note though, is that his dreams did become reality. So too will yours. But, you must have a dream.

Know for sure friend, that people will HATE you just for having a dream and wanting to reach somewhere in life. If even Joseph's Brothers - BROTHERS I say, hated him for dreaming, expect nothing less from some of those you THINK are close to you.


In closing friend, be very careful with how you treat people in life now, you just never know where they will end up in the future. Pastors, Leaders, CEOs, Managers, Supervisors, never overlook the 2 cents in the corner. That two cents may be the very two cents that has a dream that can lead dozens to their destiny.

Joseph's brothers had a deep regret for how they treated him. I'm sure other ministries and leaders and pastors continue to remained stunned at how God is doing wonders through a little 5 member ministry that they """"propehesied"""" would never last.

Never Give Up On Your Dream - Hope is Always Ahead - Things Always Change!

Brother Khrystus V. K. Wallace
Dare 2 Be Different International - 
President & Founder - Since June 2008 

Whatsapp: 1-869-661-0118
Other Tel: 1-869-765-7270

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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

You Can Rise Above The Turmoil

And they rose early in the morning, and went forth into the wilderness of Tekoa: and as they went forth, Jehoshaphat stood and said, Hear me, O Judah, and ye inhabitants of Jerusalem; Believe in the LORD your God, so shall ye be established; believe his prophets, so shall ye prosper. (2 Chronicles 20:20  KJV)

I did come from a broken family. Please don't be surprised.

I definitely know that some of my readers know, but the other 99% of my worldwide readers are just finding out today. I share many of my life experiences to show you that I'm just as human as you are, and I go through very similar struggles that you do too.

I plan to write on as many experiences as I can, as long as I have breath and life. Thus, when I have a good or bad experience, I immediately start documenting it to either help and encourage or warn. Trust me, at 25 years - I've been there.

When Brother Bob Holbert of the Northside Baptist Church visited St. Kitts on a missionary trip to conduct Vacation Bible School with his team, little did he know that God sent him all the way from North Carolina to lead me to Christ some fifteen years ago. God strategically selected him to teach my class - 9 to 11 year old boys.

At ten years old then, I knew I needed some sort of intervention or I would go crazy. My outer smile and involvement in church activities, school competitions and other extracurricular activites always seemed to shroud my inner pain.

Where was this pain coming from? You probably ask. It came from the fact that I was a second to last child growing up, with three other brothers, in a home that the devil was wrecking. I won't go into detail here, but someday in the future, you'll head to the theatre somewhere in your country to watch my life story Part I and II, on the big screen under the heading, "You Can Rise Above The Turmoil," as soon as I finish the script. I actually want to direct this movie myself, because no film producer would be able to let actors play their part as close to the real happening than one who LIVED the pain.

Please forgive me. It's just too much to say here. As I type, it brings back memories and it still hurts.

When Brother Bob told his class of a New Hope in Jesus Christ and encouraged us to let Christ become our father, I was one among a handful of other boys to give JESUS a try.

This is the first time I'm ever saying this, even to Brother Bob who still keeps in contact some 15 years after.
But. . . . If Jesus Didn't work, I would have resorted to my first plan of running away and . . . . . . .

It wasn't fun that my morning alarm clock would be LOUD daily arguments. It wasn't fun listening to my mom being called the most dispicable names anyone on the face of the earth could have been called. It wasn't fun. . .  .(ooops I'm going too far now)

But. . . JESUS did make the difference! An immediate difference. We were taught never to tell anyone about what was going on. So, I always held it in. I never told my Sunday School Teacher. I never told my Pastor. I never told the School Counselor.

I had to find someway to encourage myself and stay SANE in the process. I had to find someway to still shine in my school work. I wanted to make myself and my Mother, Yvette Wallace, who was also responsible for fathering me, VERY PROUD.

Thus, I held on to as many powerful and motivational Bible verses as I could. I believed firmly in what II Chronicles 20:20 said, "Have faith in the Lord your God and you will be upheld."

So. . . I made Bible reading something as key and important as bathing my skin. I didn't just read, but I wrote a summary on what each passage of scripture that I read, meant to me. I then went on a quest to read the entire Bible, of course not in a year, but read it and write a summary on everything that I read. One day, if you ever get to stop by my home, I can gladly show you. It'll make you smile.

I guess you're saying that I was one weird boring boy. That's O.K to think - doesn't bother me at all. Today, I'm grateful that I did spend so much time there. (I'm not perfect though, God is still doing alot of work on me)

I do believe because of my FAITH in God, he has helped me every step of the way. He has helped me leap over hurdles and climb over mountains and count my blessings.

Amidst the turmoil of a family in ruins and going through a divorce, God allowed me to become President of a Kids Club at fifteen years old. Amidst the family turmoil, I represented The Dr. William Connor Primary School and The Verchilds High School in numerous competitions and always placed 1st, 2nd or 3rd.

Amidst the pain and the wishes that life would settle down for us, I was the youngest lead speaker and debater to ever enter a High School Debating competition in 2nd Form and beat debaters double my size from The Basseterre High School.

To make matters worst, after heading to 1A1 then 2A1 then 3A1 then 4A1, I was demoted to 5A2. What an encouragement to face my final  high school exams. I don't believe teachers really knew what I was going through at HOME.

But God knew. . . Yes he did and he wanted to make my TEST a TESTIMONY that no one could ever take from me and one that I could use FOR  AS  LONG  AS  I  LIVE.

When CXC  EXAMINATION results came back, I was selected VALEDICTORIAN since I brought back the results, making history across the Federation of St. Kitts - Nevis, because you really don't find Valedictorians coming from A2s.

Friend -You Can Rise Above The Turmoil! You can make it over the hurdle! You will get through that storm! Things will work out for you! Believe in the LORD your God, so shall ye be established; believe his prophets, so shall ye prosper. (2 Chronicles 20:20  KJV)

Hope is Ahead!

In closing, Mommy - Daddy - Guardian. If your child/ward were to have a chat with me today and ask me to share their life story at HOME here. Would you be proud?

My dad has lived to apologize to us all for the pain and hurt that his actions as a Father has caused. I have lived to hear him warn us "NOT  TO  EVER  FALL  OUT  OF THE  WILL  OF  GOD." Friend, I forgave him years and years and years ago, even before he apologized.

One thing that is definitely hard to erase though, are the scars that have been left on our hearts. I think the more you read these devotionals, the more you get to understand why I must listen and help our YOUTH, simply because I understand them. Simply because I know their struggles. The more you read, the more you understand why I remain an advocate for children rights and a firm believer in building relationships on God -

It's 12:35am (21/3/2012), I can't get to sleep as my mind keeps going back down memory lane. Don't let your children endure this pain!

Brother Khrystus V. K. Wallace
Dare 2 Be Different International - 
President & Founder - Since June 2008 

Whatsapp: 1-869-661-0118
Other Tel: 1-869-765-7270

 SKYPE: kvkent

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Someone You Can Call Your Own

And if children, then heirs; heirs of God, and joint-heirs with Christ; if so be that we suffer with him, that we may be also glorified together.  (Romans 8:17   KJV)

Until God gives me the final O.K, I can humbly say that I'm FREE, SINGLE and DISENGAGED!

Dating is always a topic of contention down in many of the Caribbean Isles. That's why, in this regard, I tend to like the American Society. Dating is encouraged there.

Many times, in the Caribbean, from my view,  if a gentleman or young lady dates several persons, they get called names by those looking on. THAT'S  BAD!  How can you expect people to meet a proper life partner if they don't search? You can't find the best interest rates or clothes prices or restaurant delicacies if you don't look - RIGHT?

It is my personal belief that our Caribbean Society tends to push and connect you with a male or female counterpart after they see you together more than once. This should not be the case. Dare 2 Be Different Int'l (SKN & KENYA -, encourages youths to date and get to know before settling down. We also encourage persons to be guided by our Love Should Last website at

I personally believe that many of today's marriages are not lasting, because couples only start dating and getting to know their partner when they have already tied the knot. Hence the constant hurt and pain. I'm sure for some married or divorced person reading this devotional, you are probably asking, "where were you guys before I got married?" - RIGHT?

Never let anyone force a partner on you. I remember a few years back, I had a good friend who has migrated now. I would visit her periodically. No thoughts or talks of love were there as yet. One day, while her mother was passing back and forth, she said to me, "Wallace, don't worry man, a have her for you, she can't go anywhere else. Just tell me when you ready." I wasn't thinking Love at all, I didn't know what the future held, but I was completely turned off.

Young people, don't be forced on to a partner by Society. DATE, get to know without caressing and sex, then pray to God for his approval. Once he gives the OK, you can take it step by step to courtship, engagement then marriage.

Remember - Dating Isn't Sex. You don't want to feel worthless when you finally end up with the right male or female and know that you had sex with each of the fifteen people you dated previously. I'm pretty sure this isn't a good piece of burden to carry, especially if you know that your new husband or wife is just an amateur, and saved themself for the right one.

Now. . . some exciting information

I had a wonderful face to face date the other day. It wasn't via the telephone or facebook or blackberry messenger, or through lovenote pebbles at an event. Face to Face is always my preference. I get to see the emotions, the energy, the expressions and examine whether it's true love or total infatuation.

I'm always skeptical about dating using the technology because I can't see the person. How do I know they are truly on the other end responding, or if they are being helped by some good Love Doctor who is telling them to say the things I may want to hear. You have to be sooooo careful people. Be Wise As Serpents. . . . (Matthew 10:16 KJV)

Anyway. . . .

The pretty christian was shy, yet down to earth. We spoke for a while. Quite a while. She was upfront and told me her stance on certain things. Honestly, she kept me smiling all night and kept my heart racing with joy. I liked her. While doing my chores a little later the same evening, she sent me a BlackBerry message and this is what it said.

"I really wanna settle down and try and be happy with someone. Just know that I will be here, just not forever. I'm just looking for someone to call my own."

She did a real good job with her words. I liked that. (Settle down! Settle down Readers! I'm sure this was one entry that you wished had a picture attached. Smile)

I won't go on here. . . one day, if it's God's will that I get married, you may hear the continuation of this Love Story if I find time to pen it on , the night of my Wedding if my wife gives me any time to sit by the laptop in our hotel room in Hawaii or France or Las Vegas or maybe, just maybe in a Luxury Suite on a Ship.

On a more serious note friend, there is always a constant search to find someone we can call our own. Throughout the search, many persons are hurt in the process. May I tell you too, that Jesus has already taken home his ninety-nine sheep and he is slowly and patiently searching for you TO  CALL YOU  HIS  OWN.

He wants your name to be written in the lambs book of life and He wants to be sure that you are HIS CHILD, and if a CHILD then an heir. And if children, then heirs; heirs of God, and joint-heirs with Christ; if so be that we suffer with him, that we may be also glorified together.  (Romans 8:17   KJV)

As my female friend longs for us to settle down so we can belong to each other, Jesus longs for you to STOP, examine your life and the path that you're trodding and see if you won't have a better life when you give it all over to HIM and allow JESUS  TO  CALL  YOU   HIS  OWN.

Make the step. Get Saved. Ensure that you live in the NEW  HOPE  THAT  LIES  AHEAD!

Brother Khrystus V. K. Wallace
Dare 2 Be Different International - 
President & Founder - Since June 2008 

Whatsapp: 1-869-661-0118
Other Tel: 1-869-765-7270

 SKYPE: kvkent

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Just Dress Modestly

In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety; not with broided hair, or gold, or pearls, or costly array; (1 Timothy 2:9  KJV)

I think I'm going to stop teaching classes altogether, or I might just teach males alone, along with very mature females.

Since I graduated from High School in July  2002 at 15 years old, I started teaching my private classes the following September. From then until now, I have exerted much of my vocal and compassionate energy on females, as I try to show them the benefits of dressing modestly. I also show them what can be the end result of an inappropriately dressed female. I wasn't so deep into ministry as I am now.

Some listened and some didn't. I see the end result of those who listened to me and those who didn't listen walking back and forth at times. Some have nicely grown and fit into society, others struggle with one or two children because, I do believe, they enticed some man with their provocative dressing and are bearing the consequences now.

Sometimes when young ladies step into my classes, I wonder if they live alone. Sometimes I wonder if I'm really teaching a class or running a night club. During the years I've been teaching, I've had to ask dozens of ladies to go home and put on something more appropriate. Some returned and some abandoned my classes forever. I guess they thought I was out of place. I run things on my territory.

I think it is a very poor sign when a male has to tell a female that she isn't dressed appropriately. Whether at home, school, work or play. I know several persons might opt out to stop receiving these devotionals or stop visiting after they read today's issue. I know I might be called negative names from today, but the gospel is meant to offend and encourage change. I didn't write in 1 Timothy 2:9, that women should adorn themselves in modest apparel. This has been penned for decades.

I think every young lady should carefully examine the clothes they buy or receive as gifts and see if they should wear them inside the house or outside. This topic has always been one of much contention whenever it's spoken about, but I had to write this time around after asking two fifth formers who I help with SBAs not to return to class AT  ALL if they are not listening to my cries to dress appropriately.

I am human. I have eyes. I have feelings. My choice determines my destiny. The Bible says in 1 Thessalonians 5:22 Abstain from all appearance of evil. If I don't do as the Bible says, then you'll probably hear about some scandal with me and an under-age girl.

Just dress modestly!

I don't think I should ever have to had called back a dad to come for his daughter after bringing her to a first class half dressed. Do you?

I don't think when I'm passing through my classes, I should have to lean over and ask a young lady to pull down her blouse because she is revealing her underwear - not just underwear - her thong. How will her other male classmates feel comfortable learning when they are aroused?

I don't think I should ever have to give a free t-shirt from my stock to a young lady whose breasts are too much for her blouse because she didn't wear an appropriate top. Do you? That's a wasted US$8. Where should I put that on my QuickBooks Record? Profit or Loss?

I don't think that I should have to argue over what blouse is in style or not, when a young lady comes to my class without a brazier and I have to sit next to her and help her with Mathematics or stand at the white board and constantly look down at my class to see what I shouldn't be seeing through a thin blouse? Do you?

One of my older twin brothers always had a way of troubling me when ever I shared these provocatively dressed experiences with him. He would laugh and say, "You better be careful! Which young lady wouldn't mind coming out infront our gate to ask for their child support money every week. Remember the judge won't let you give what other regular men give eh, you have a business." He would go on to say, "and that young lady may not even have to work after they collect from you weekly." He even made up a song that he would sing around the house and trouble me with. Some of the lyrics were, "KVK - A come for me child support money."

Just dress modestly. Then. . . of course, the question of what is MODESTLY arises?

When a mother or father finds out that someone is sexually interfering with their daughter, they quickly show up and an arrest is made. While Dare 2 Be Different Int'l condones those cases to the fullest degree, we firmly believe that parents and guardians must ensure that the females under their care DRESS  PROPERLY. The young ladies themselves also have a role to play in  DRESSING  MODESTLY. This, we believe would be one way to help decrease the likelihood of falling prey to a sexual offender, or an innocent man who just couldn't control himself anymore.

There is still HOPE for our young women, once we guide them aright!

Brother Khrystus V. K. Wallace
Dare 2 Be Different International - 
President & Founder - Since June 2008 

Whatsapp: 1-869-661-0118
Other Tel: 1-869-765-7270

 SKYPE: kvkent