Bishop Robert C. Jiggetts was born in Orange, New Jersey on April 13, 1943 to the late Robert and Alleyne Jiggetts. He is the father of two sons, Robert B. and Shawn Jiggetts.

Bishop Jiggetts was educated in the New Jersey Public system. He received a Honorary Doctorate Degree from Science of Living Institute; a Masters Degree In Administration and Supervision from Jersey City State College and a Bachelor Degree in Arts and History with a minor in Education from Bloomfield College.

Bishop Jiggetts is the Founder and Bishop of the Universal Church of Christ International, headquarters located in Newark, New Jersey. He has established international and national branches in Africa, the Philippines, Haiti, Wisconsin, Michigan, Virginia, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Florida to propagate the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. Bishop Jiggetts is also the Founder and Chancellor of the Universal Bible Institute and Training School in Newark, New Jersey.

Prior to pastoring the flock at Greater Liberty Temple, Bishop Robert C. Jiggetts served the congregation of more than 5000 parishioners at United Church in New York, New York. During his tenure at United Church, he established the Sunday school, Youth and Creative Arts Departments. His work under Dr. Eikerenkoether II, enriched his experience in ministry and enhanced his communication skills. He was elevated to Resident Pastor and General Administrator where he served until he answered God’s calling to full time ministry at Greater Liberty Temple, Universal Church of Christ.

Bishop Jiggetts is actively involved with the community and for years he has selflessly and untiringly labored for the cause of the oppressed, hopeless and downtrodden. He received a United Way Community Service Council Award for his outstanding community service. He serves as chairman of the Board of East Orange; Orange Community Development Corporation, United Neighbor Development Corporation, member of the Board of Trustees for the Youth Correctional Facilities State of New Jersey; Greater Newark Safer Cities Initiative and Newark Alliance for Compliance; a board member of the Apostolic World Christian Fellowship.

He is the author of many books including, “How To Go Through Life Without Limping,” “Affirmations for Living Vol. II & II,” “Beyond Circumstances,” “Answered Prayers,” “The Four Steps to Success” and “It Doesn’t Have to be This Way.” He is compassionate, obedient, faithful and renowned as a teacher and conference speaker. He has touched many lives as he travels throughout the United States and into foreign fields. Many souls have been saved through his witnessing, teaching and preaching of the Gospel. He is an anointed vessel of God, a man of vision and has persevered in the face of great persecution and opposition.

Bishop Robert Clinton Jiggetts, Jr., can say like Paul, “I have not been disobedient to the heavenly vision.” “God taught me how to suffer for the Gospel’s sake at an early age. I learned to appreciate, more than ever, my home and family and I learned about the high cost of discipleship. I was able to grow in the word of the Lord through study and prayer.”




.Yolanda Adams (born Yolanda Yvette Adams on August 27, 1961) is an American Grammy and Dove-award winning Gospel music singer and radio show host.

The oldest of six siblings, Adams was raised in Houston, Texas. She graduated from Sterling High School in Houston in 1979. After graduating from University of California Berkeley, she began a career as a schoolteacher and part-time model in Houston, Texas. Eventually she gave up teaching to perform full-time as a lead singer.

Musical career;​
Adams attracted the attention of Thomas Whitfield and Sound of Gospel Records as a lead singer in the Southeast Inspirational Choir. She signed a recording contract with Sound of Gospel which yielded her first album Just As I Am in 1987.[4] In 1990, she signed to Ben Tankard’s independent label Tribute Records and released Through The Storm.
Two years later, Adams followed with Save the World, which included her first signature song “The Battle Is The Lord’s”. Her next release was 1995’s More Than A Melody, which featured production work from Ben Tankard, O’Landa Draper, and BeBe Winans. The single “Gotta Have Love,” from that album featuring Tony Terry on background vocals, gained mainstream notoriety and was her first single and music video. Yolanda… Live In Washington, released the following year, featured versions of material from her first two albums. The footage from this recording was released as a collection of two videos on VHS initially, and later as a single set on DVD.


Trinidadian Gospel Reggae Artist POSITIVE Releases New Album,
Forever My King

Trinidadian gospel reggae artist Positive releases his highly anticipated album, Forever My King, worldwide on December 4, 2012 from FOX FUSE. Putting a positive spin on reggae music, fused with a tinge of dancehall along with regional soca and calypso influences, Positive has earned acclaim from music critics and fans alike, ever since hitting the music scene just over five years ago. This, his sophomore studio effort, showcases a seasoned lyricist and vocalist, whose talent shines on 16 glorious tracks.

Birthed in the Caribbean, gospel reggae is the medium being used to spread the Gospel of Jesus and this album speaks about the faithfulness of God’s love. “I’ve been inspired to write about being assured that God is faithful to perform His word in our lives, despite what area may be experiencing a storm,” discloses Positive.

Positive does justice to his name with this polished collection that captures his spirit, showcasing sincere, heartfelt odes. He invokes the power of the most high in this musical manifestation, which was one year in the making. The lead single “Highest Of Heights” is a gospel anthem with an upbeat dancehall vibe, while the second single, “Mama You’re Beautiful,” is a gentle pledge of love to mothers everywhere. “Rock Of My Life,” “Be My Comforter” and “Sunny Day” will make you forget you are listening to gospel music, while tracks like “Let Me Be The One” serves up more crossover appeal with its R&B, lover’s rock allure.

Forever My King is a personal prophesy from this profound artist, and the songs bear testament to his faith. “I am a believer in Christ and as such my talents and abilities must be used to glorify the God that I serve,” reveals Positive. “It’s more than just music, it’s worship mixed with the sweet accents of reggae. I desire that this record impacts the hearts of it’s listeners, challenging them to believe and be encouraged in the Lord.”

Forever My King sees production from stellar names in Caribbean music, including Grammy-winning producer Dwayne “Supa Dups” Chin-Quee from Miami, Precision Productions from Trinidad, Jamplified Records and Jermaine Edwards from Jamaica, and J-Vibe Productions from the US, all joining forces with Positive, who produced the majority of the album, thereby fulfilling his musical destiny. “I feel privileged to be able to translate spiritual messages into music that can edify,” states Positive.