About Us

More about Back to the Bible Jamaica, our history, leadership, and more.

Back to the Bible Jamaica is a part of the Back to the Bible ministry with headquarters in Lincoln, Nebraska, which was founded by Theodore Epp in 1939. His passion then was to use modern technology to “bring people back to the Bible.” Our passion today is no different; it is to use the latest technology to reach the world with the life-transforming power of God’s Word… to bring you closer to Jesus today then you were yesterday.

Back to the Bible established an office at Moorlands in Manchester, Jamaica on October 28, 1958 under its first Managing Director Mr. Leonard Bewick. In May 1959 the offices were relocated to 6 Hope Road in Kingston and in January 1966 to 10 Hagley Park Plaza, Kingston. In November 2015, we moved to our present location at Shop 22 Hagley Park Plaza, Kingston, Jamaica

Managing Directors


All managing directors for Back to the Bible from 1958 to the present


Mr. Leonard Bewick

1958 – 1970


Mr. Tom Northen

1970 – 1971


Mr. Horace Campbell

1972 – 1977
(1st Jamaican Managing Director)


Mr. Oswald Easy

1977 – 1992


Mr. Donahue Collash

1992 – 2003


Mr. Wilfred James

2003 – 2007


Rev. Barrington Laing

2007 – 2010


Mr. Nigel Wilkinson

2010 – present

The programme can be heard Monday – Friday on:


Hitz 92 FM

5:00 a.m.

GGFM 90.1

1:00 p.m.

TBC Radio

5:30 a.m.

Back to the Bible made its debut on the Jamaican airwaves in 1959. Since then, it has become a popular religious programme and a household name, bringing the gospel to thousands. The programme can be heard Monday – Friday on these stations.


12:30 p.m.

The Voice 97.7 FM (Cayman)

2:00 p.m.

As it is with our international office, Back to the Bible Jamaica is non-denominational, which simply means we are not affiliated with or supported by any specific church or denominational group. Our financial support is supplied by God through the generous gifts of listeners and ministry friends.

Managing Director


Mr. Nigel Wilkinson


Nigel Wilkinson was born in Kingston, Jamaica to parents Desmond Wilkinson, a Trinidadian and Joyce Wilkinson, a Guyanese.Nigel Wilkinson was born in Kingston, Jamaica to parents Desmond Wilkinson, a Trinidadian and Joyce Wilkinson, a Guyanese. He has been a Christian since March 8, 1978, and is an active member of his local Church where he currently serves as an Elder.

A past student of Meadowbrook High School, where he was appointed Deputy Head Boy and elected President of the Inter-School Christian Fellowship.

A graduate of the Caribbean Graduate School of Theology (1998) and the Jamaica Theological Seminary (1996); Nigel also has a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology and a Bachelor’s Degree in Theology.

He worked with the Bank of Nova Scotia (1986 – 1991), the life insurance industry with Life of Jamaica (1991-1993), Camperdown High School as a Guidance Counselor (1994 – 1998) and National Youth Director of the youth arm of the Missionary Church Association in Jamaica (1998 – 2012).

Since the launch of LOVE FM in 1993, he has been on air as a free-lance announcer where he still hosts the Gospel Music Machine on Saturday evening. He has also served as Acting Administrator and Operations Manager of the station.

He joined the Board of Directors of Back to the Bible Jamaica in 2006 and in 2010 accepted the call to serve as Managing Director.

On February 6, 1993, he married his beautiful wife Charmaine and on January 26, 1998, they welcomed their daughter and only child Crystol-Chadae into this world.

Though there is only one child born of both Charmaine and Nigel, he has “fathered” other sons:

He enjoys digging into God’s Word, travelling, photography, listening to and researching gospel music and artistes, spending time with family and friends.