I’m Malcolm Sobers, the proud owner of Caribbean Outreach Ministries Int’l.

I look forward to sharing my story. I hope that you will enjoy getting to know me better.

The need for spiritual healing was so great in my community that I decided to offer help and hope to people by providing free mentoring. Soon, my coaching became a success which inspired me to turn it into a business. 

In the early days, I worked part-time as I used to travel frequently and had limited time available. Consequently, as my clients started to grow, my confidence level also rose, and I decided to expand.

I have now completed fifty years of ministry service, and during this period, I’ve spent thirty years specifically equipping leaders and twenty years counseling. 

My mission has taken me from Barbados to Antigua, Guyana, Belize, and I’ve now been in Toronto for the best part of a decade with New Horizon Counseling.

My organization exists to make a permanent difference in people’s lives by overcoming the challenges we all face. It’s never about the financial rewards for me, but instead what gives me most happiness is listening to my clients’ life-changing stories.

I work with integrity, and as an individual, I believe what sets me apart from others is my truthfulness. I always do my best for clients, but I let them know upfront If I’m unable to help, and they appreciate my honesty.

I also attribute my success to having God’s grace, which has kept me going for so long. My experience has led to word-of-mouth referrals, and it makes me proud when I hear individuals talk about the reputation, morals, and values of my organization. 

When I’m not assisting clients, I like to listen to music, watch cricket and athletics, and venture outside whenever possible. Since I cannot travel these days, I utilize my time to activate my dry sense of humor to keep friends and family happy and encouraged.

I love to support causes that fight discrimination and empower the poor. I also make sure that elders and past leaders that have served the community get treated with the respect they deserve. 

I have enjoyed sharing my story about the things which matter to me and how they influence the way I do business.

If you or someone you know could benefit from my expertise as a mentor and life coach in Toronto, I invite you to get in touch. Please visit my website at www.caribbeanoutreach.org.

Sincerely,

Malcolm