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What A New Year Symbolizes | Be Intentional

“Celebrate endings – for they precede new beginnings.” – Jonathan Lockwood (American voice actor)

As time has gone by, we have advanced toward the start of a new era. Numerous things are brought about by a new year. A whole new year can signal the start of fresh life, happiness, or a second chance for some people. As the year has come to a close, we probably mean to start afresh with everything, however by the end of the first few months, practically everyone is back to their old ways.

We begin each year to improve our lives, but as time passes, we lose sight of our original goals and revert to our former ways of living. It is imperative to keep in mind that a new year ushers in a new cycle of 12 months, signifying that change is the only constant in life. In light of this, we should strive to let go of things that do not add value to our lives and avoid holding onto them for an extended period as sometimes change is beneficial for us. A new year represents many diverse things in addition to the message of evolving perspectives, including:

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  • New Opportunities

We have many opportunities in the new year. Opportunities to learn something new, and accomplish something new, however, come to those who seize them rather than those who wait for them.

  • A New Beginning

A year ends and a new one begins. It conveys the idea of a new beginning as it fades away the darkness of our life and makes our life bright. Giving ourselves a second chance to try something we desire but was not working out is excellent. Though our past may not be in our favor, a fresh start will unquestionably put the future on our side. We must deliberately allow our past to improve us rather than make us resentful.

  • Time Of Awakening

Happiness is born in our hearts when the pain in our lives fades with each passing year. It is up to us to consciously cherish what brings us happiness. Nothing will make us happy unless we decide to be happy since happiness is a choice, not an outcome. Let us, therefore, make a conscious effort to be happy.

Let us be intentional about creating a difference in this new year while keeping in mind the aforementioned characteristics that a new year symbolizes.

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IMPACT 2022 Comes to a Close

From the start of the year’s IMPACT to the finish, there were several occasions for healing, sharing testimony, and having a great time in God’s presence.

All who arrived with high hopes were blessed by the lineup of woman and men of God who took turns ministering to the thousands of attendees at the event. It is safe to conclude that these anointed ministers of God were carefully chosen by the Apostle of strategic prayer, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams.

As on the other days of IMPACT 2022, there were numerous instrumental performances on the last day. A song ministration by the spirit-filled Voices of Triumph (VoT), psalmist Jonathan Rubain and Shadare Agboola, and a dance performance by Youth in Action were among these acts.

From left: Mrs. Rosa Whitaker Duncan-Williams, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams.

From the many lovely performances was a stunning musical performance by Lady Elsie Duncan-Williams Otoo, which began with a skit about her labor experience. She described how God came through for her and her child in a life-threatening scenario even though she had lost all of her strength and appeared to be lost and weary.

Along with other numerous anointed men of God, Rev. Eastwood Anaba, Prophet A. Agyeman Prempeh, and Rev. Dr. Robert Ampiah-Kwofi were present to help bridge the gap in spirituality through impartation, where the men of God placed their hands on each and every of the convention’s attendee on the final day.


Bishop Ebenezer Obodai delivered the closing remarks on behalf of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, bringing IMPACT 2022 to a formal close.

Were you a participant in this year’s IMPACT? God bless you and looking forward to seeing you next year for another great impact. If you did not partake, follow us on all our socials to keep you posted on IMPACT 2023. Leave any messages you may have in the comments below.

Dominion TV, Africa’s Christian Lifestyle Network for Inspired and Empowered Living.

IMPACT 2022 | What the Masses Are Expecting

IMPACT, the annual convention held at the Action Chapel International, Prayer Cathedral premises, which began this year’s encounter on the 27th of November, has seen thousands of people trooping in from all over the world in excitement and with various expectations. Indeed, God has, in the past few days of the convention used His servants to fulfill the expectations of His people in many ways.

So far, so good. Curses have been lifted, the sick have been restored, and prophecies have been given. Many people have benefited from the ministry and influence of Apostle Francina Norman, Pastor Jerry Eze, and Prophet A. Agyeman Prempeh, and even more, are waiting on God to use and bless them.

Here are some of the attendees’ expectations from the convention.

 

Photo of Edward Gidi on day 3 of IMPACT 2022.

This is Edward Gidi, and for IMPACT 2022, he hopes to encounter God’s presence and experience a breakthrough in all facets of his life. Edward expressed his specific excitement at being a part of this wonderful experience.

 

Photo of Eunice at IMPACT 2022.

Eunice, who strives to follow the way of Christ every day, is also hoping for a great miracle from God. She emphasized that she needed a miracle that will not only happen but will in itself also preach about God’s favor and love.

 

Photo of Pastor Albert Jenkins on day 3 of IMPACT 2022.

Pastor Albert Jenkins hopes that by the end of IMPACT 2022, he will not be the same. He added that he not only knows but has seen and heard of the wonders of God, and trusts that God is yet to perform many wonderful things in this year’s encounter.

 

 

Photo of Christmas at IMPACT 2022.

Christmas anticipates a personal encounter with the Holy Spirit, together with other participants in the convention. He believes that those who hope and pray can receive more and better things from God.

 

Photo of Chelsea, Abena, and Abigail on day 3 of IMPACT 2022.

The experience did not exclude friends. The hopes of Chelsea, Abena, and Abigail are the favor of God, to get to know Him more, to be blessed, and to have a great time even while He utilizes them in various ways.

 

Photo of Deladem Banini at IMPACT 2022.

First-time IMPACT participant, Deladem Banini, expects God to move mountains in her life and for her to enjoy spending time in His presence. She concluded by saying that she was leaving God the blank sheet. 

Are you believing God for a miracle in your life? Join IMPACT 2022 and expect God to do for you just as He is doing for others. Leave any messages you may have in the comments below.

Dominion TV, Africa’s Christian Lifestyle Network for Inspired and Empowered Living.

 

IMPACT 2022 – BRIDGING THE GAP

Over the years, God has used His servant, the Apostle of strategic prayer, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams to bless Ghanaians and several nations through conventions like IMPACT. Just like in years past, IMPACT promises to be bigger and even better this year. Resulting from the fact that God mightily uses His servants from different parts of the world to bless His people, the convention is the most anticipated of its kind. This year it runs from November 27 until December 4, with ‘Bridging The Gap’ as its theme.

A photo of the youth in worship at IMPACT 2022.

The first day of the annual convention saw the opening of IMPACT 2022 by Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, which started with the 100 Days Global Prayer led by Prophet Prince Elisha, followed by a powerful song ministration by the Voices of Triumph (VOT) choir and MC Korku Lumor’s introduction of prominent figures in the likes of the Vice President of the Republic of Liberia, H.E Dr. Jewel Cianeh Howard Taylor, team members of Apostle Francina Norman, and team members of Bishop Gregory Toussaint, among other equally prominent leaders.

While the audience waited for Apostle Francina Norman to take the stage for the evening’s session, a series of song ministrations took place, featuring musical and choral performances.

IMPACT 2022

“What you have lost is nothing compared to what is about to happen to you right now” – Apostle Francina Norman

IMPACT 2022, day 1 ended with a closing prayer led by Bishop Kibby Otoo.

Are you anticipating God’s manifestation in this year’s IMPACT? Follow Dominion TV on all of our social media platforms to stay updated and watch the live broadcast or tune in to Dominion TV on DStv channel 352 and GOtv channel 168.

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“Human Nature” Premieres on Dominion TV

With each episode of “Human Nature,” Dominion TV’s new flagship drama series, viewers are taught a valuable lesson about life. The captivating series covers the lives of characters that show humanity’s resiliency and strength in their quest for happiness, success, and more. The engaging show always ends with a message of hope to promote godly life, with exciting plots, suspense, and adventure. It also serves as a stark reminder that God is omnipotent in all life’s pursuits.

The opening episode of the first season of Human Nature, which features several outstanding actors, depicts the life of Emmanuel and two other friends who have battled alcoholism for many years. Emmanuel’s journey toward sobriety began when his coworker invited him to church service.

The series is worthwhile to watch as it offers clear explanations of how to live a Christian lifestyle while also being acted by wonderful Ghanaian actors who delight us with not only straightforward but hilarious content that either directly or indirectly encourages viewers to follow the Christian path. Additionally, it gives a contemporary, high-definition vision that is visually appealing, making for convenient and pleasant watching.

Dominion TV, based in Ghana and one of the most popular family channels in Africa, offers a modern expression of Christianity through energizing, exquisite, and healthy family programming. This programming includes movies, music, and entertainment as well as news about the world and business, personal development, lifestyle, and children’s shows. Furthermore, it offers inspiration for the soul from notable religious people like Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams.

Watch “Human Nature,” which made its debut on the 6th of November 2022 on Dominion TV, DSTV channel 352, and GOTV channel 168.

 

“Kingdom Street Karaoke” Hits the Streets of Osu

Dominion TV’s “Kingdom Street Karaoke” show elevates musical performance by taking it out of the studio and onto the streets. In the opening episode of the first season, the show’s host, the versatile Emmanuel Afful, better known as Pakz Icon, takes to the streets of Osu for an outdoor Karaoke session with well-known Christian tunes, which leads to some hilarious moments.

Dominion TV offers a modern expression of Christianity through energizing, exquisite, and healthy family shows. This programming includes movies, music, entertainment, news about the world and business, personal development, lifestyle, and children’s programs. Additionally, it offers inspiration for the soul from notable Christians like Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams. Dominion TV provides a modern, high-definition visually pleasing image, offering convenient and relaxing viewing.

The new crop of shows is worth watching seeing as they offer clear information about leading a Christian lifestyle and are hosted by wonderful people who delight us with not only straightforward but hilarious content that either directly or indirectly encourages viewers to walk the Christian path.

Watch “Kingdom Street Karaoke” which made its debut on the 16th of October 2022 on Dominion TV, DSTV channel 352, GOTV channel 168, and YouTube @Dominion TV.

 

“Do You Know Your Bible” Hits the Streets of Lapaz

With the first season’s opening episode filmed in Lapaz, the interactive Dominion TV program “Do You Know Your Bible” is hosted by the consistently engaging Chiderah David, who conducts vox-pop-style street tests to gauge viewers’ familiarity with the Bible. Viewers gain more knowledge about the Bible in between gasps and giggles at the replies’ errors and misstatements

Dominion TV, based in Ghana and one of the most well-liked family channels in Africa, offers a contemporary expression of Christianity through empowering, exquisite, and healthy family programming, including movies, music, and entertainment as well as news about the world and business, personal development, lifestyle, and children’s shows. It also features spiritual uplift from Christian figures like Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams. Dominion TV offers a visually appealing, high-definition, and contemporary vision, making for convenient and comfortable viewing.

The new crop of shows is worth watching seeing as they present information that is understandable about living a Christian lifestyle and are hosted by wonderful people who delight us with not only straightforward but hilarious content that either directly or indirectly inspires viewers to follow the Christian path. 

Watch “Do You Know Your Bible,” which made its debut on the 11th of October 2022 on Dominion TV, DSTV channel 352, GOTV channel 168, and YouTube @Dominion TV.

 

27-year-old Shares Battle with Sickle Cell

Every individual you come across is engaged in a battle you are unaware of. Why not simply practice kindness wherever possible? Even if someone seems to have everything together, they could still be struggling with something internally. By being kind, you could potentially make someone’s day or even change their life.

 

Every so often, a person emerges who can legitimately be referred to as a hero. Amina Musah is a heroine of our generation because she regularly fights a battle that would break many others if they were in her position.

Sickle cell disease is a collection of genetic red blood cell abnormalities that damage hemoglobin, the protein that transports oxygen throughout the body. It is a lifelong disease. Currently, the only treatment for sickle cell disease is bone marrow and blood transplant, but there are efficient therapies that can lessen symptoms and increase lifespan. Sickle cell disease (SCD), which affects over 200,000 newborns each year in Africa, is a significant public health issue, according to research estimates. Every year, sickle cell disease is diagnosed in roughly 15,000 (2%) babies in Ghana. 

Image of Amina Musah and a staff member of Dominion TV.

Experience with sickle cell

Amina Musah, 27, a native of Oblogo, Weija, who is living with sickle cell disease (SCD) experienced her first sickle cell crisis when she was just 8 years old. Her grandmother restricted her from associating with her friends, as is customary for young children, and this prevented her from enjoying her youth owing to the discomfort caused by the disease.

Amina described how her house mistress accused her of being pregnant when she went to school with her medical report after experiencing her first crisis in senior high school. She was humiliated by her schoolmates as a result of this one action. No matter how long it took, she clung to God and trusted Him to vindicate her, and in the end, He did.

When Amina had completed her senior high education and had gained admission into a Nursing Training Institute, her principal at the time advised against pursuing a career in nursing since, in his opinion, it was too demanding for someone with her condition. The courageous young woman with sickle cell persisted, and in 2017, she was finally admitted. However, the joy of working in the medical sector was short-lived for the next two years as sickle cell refused to let go of her.

The young woman remarked, “Every month once I am done menstruation, I deal with the crisis,” when asked how frequently she has crises. She mentioned how, despite the suffering caused by having sickle cell, she is confident that God has a purpose for her life and will not use her condition to humiliate her.

“Even though I am confident that God has a wonderful plan for my life, I am ready for everything that is yet to come because I have heard of people with sickle cell who have passed away at a young age.” – Amina Musah

 

2018’s heavenly experience at Korle-Bu

Amina was rushed to the emergency room of the Korle-Bu hospital sometime in 2018. She described how the doctors maintained her hope during her stay as she lived there for a month while using oxygen to stay alive. Amina, while sobbing uncontrollably, described how her mother contacted the hospital accountant for the total cost of the oxygen for a month. The accountant reportedly inquired whether they could pay, and after repeated attempts to get him to speak failed, he said he would pay for the oxygen, which at the time cost 7,000 cedis for a month.

“An angel in human form paid for my debt too, just as Christ came to die for you and me, and I am eternally grateful because I know God has a plan for me. My ways are not His ways” – Amina Musah

Amina’s advice is intended for all who have not yet married or given birth, and she urges everyone to check their sickling status before committing to anything because, in her experience, as a result of the intensity of pain associated with the condition, sickle cell disease is more depressing and health-depleting than is even known.

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Saved by Grace | A Remarkable Journey with Tuberculosis

“The biggest disease today is not leprosy or tuberculosis, but rather the feeling of being unwanted.” – Mother Teresa

Every young man’s dream is to grow up free of any illness that threatens his life and to realize all of his dreams. Life-threatening illnesses like tuberculosis and pneumonia should not be taken lightly since those who survive them are not only grateful to God but have also learned to appreciate life and the simple things.

The primary organs affected by the potentially dangerous infectious disease tuberculosis (TB) are the lungs. People contract tuberculosis from one another by coughing and sneezing, which release microscopic droplets of bacteria-causing sputum into the air.

One such person who has seen the horrifying effects of tuberculosis, seen its ugly face, and is now free is Stephenson Ochemba. He describes the illness that, but for God’s intervention, would have killed him. His story is only one of many heartening stories that the young man uses to inspire everyone who has reached the brink of giving up to continue to hope despite all odds.

How It All Started

Stephen at the tuberculosis unit.

Stephenson Ochemba began experiencing headaches as he was preparing for ‘Greater Works’ in Accra on a specific day in July 2019. He experienced the signs of malaria, therefore he gave himself a prescription for anti-malarial medication. After a few days, the symptoms persisted and now included a cough.

Even though he was in discomfort and his temperature fluctuated, the then-22-year-old man managed to attend the “Greater Works” event on the first day. On the second day, however, he still found it difficult to make it there. He began to shiver severely on the second day, began to grit his teeth, and soon after, he passed out. First aid was provided under the direction of the event’s medical staff. He described how he only missed one day of the event, how, on the final day of the event, he awoke sweat-soaked in his bed, discovered his legs were unable to support his body, and how, upon attempting to stand, he collapsed to the ground.

When asked why he kept attending the event, he said he could not even understand it because he was so weak at the time. His sister rushed him to the first hospital after he attempted to rise but instead collapsed to the ground, where he was treated for a period even though the disease had not yet been identified. He stayed there for a week, and as the findings of many tests proved fruitless, his condition deteriorated.

 

Stephen’s Diagnosis of Tuberculosis

After being discharged and numerous failed attempts to get him to another hospital, he was finally admitted into a different hospital after prayers and tears were offered to the Lord. It was there he was diagnosed with tuberculosis and pneumonia. He received oxygen while he was swiftly driven to Korle-Bu in an ambulance. When they arrived at the hospital’s emergency ward, they were informed there were no beds available and were advised he should be sent home and returned every day for treatment. His sister, in tears, begged that her brother be treated on the ground. After the information had reached his family back in Nigeria, his father requested that Stephenson Ochemba be flown back to Nigeria. Shortly after his father’s call, he saw the doctor at “Greater Works” who provided first aid, and he happened to be working at the hospital. The medical practitioner quickly made arrangements for space for the young man after observing him in his condition.

“God was aware of everything I was going through because I noticed indications in various ways.” – Stephenson Ochemba

Stephen’s Emergency Ward Experience

He said, “At one point, I felt uneasy with the oxygen and removed it.”  A nurse came to their aid when his sister cried out for assistance. He then described his two-week stay in the emergency room before being transferred to the tuberculosis unit. People rushing around screaming and pleading for aid while clinging to life or death is what he saw regularly. According to Stephenson Ochemba, these encounters altered his perspective on life and taught him to value the simple things because they are all that we have.

After being transferred to the tuberculosis ward, his condition appeared to go from being just ok to worse practically right away, which caused him to experience an emotional rollercoaster where he occasionally wished he could just stop breathing and therefore feel no agony any longer. Most of the time, he offered this silent prayer at night when he was in excruciating discomfort from insomnia brought on by rib pain. Friends who visited him realized how thin he was getting day by day, and he could see from their eyes the suffering it caused them to see him in that state.

 

“If God Does Not Die, Why Would I…”

“Each time I felt like going to the restroom, I held myself back because of the discomfort that came with squatting as my legs could not support my body,” Stephenson Ochemba continued. When he tried to describe how his health began to improve, he broke down in tears and said, “If God does not die, why would I, the son of God, die when I have not yet fulfilled my whole purpose on earth?” He described the deaths of two other people who had been hospitalized, one to his left and the other to his right, in a trembling voice. He talked about how he witnessed them fighting for survival at night before giving up when their strength left them.

At this moment, his mother arrived in Ghana and provided all the parenting assistance she could. Her tears did not dry up, her prayers did not stop, and her faith only grew more and more. It was in no time he slowly regained his strength and was guided to walking once again. It took persistent prayer, affection from friends and family, and timely drug use to restore Stephenson Ochemba’s health.

Image of Stephen Ochemba a few months after he was discharged from Korle-Bu.

The young man’s final advice to all who are suffering from any sickness is to first and foremost trust God because what saved him was not only medication but also prayers from family and friends. He remarked there is so much hope if God’s plan for a person is not completed and advised them to have faith in God to provide for them that which He always does.

This is the remarkable story of a young man who experienced prolonged pain, held out hope in the face of despair, and ultimately experienced God’s grace and mercy.

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Hoping against Hope

We appear to be surrounded by issues more than ever today, and we are immediately inundated with misery, crises, and a wide range of moral sins even when we switch on the television. In addition to that, every one of us faces internal problems as well as social conflicts as a result of our efforts to live out our religion. In the face of all this, we could be inclined to quit, throw in the towel, or even give up.

Photo source: Yelena Odintsova

“Against all hope, Abraham in hope believed and so became the father of many nations, just as it had been said to him, “So shall your offspring be.” – Romans 4:18

St. Paul writes about hoping against hope in his Letter to the Romans. This context is particularly intriguing since he is referring to Abraham, to whom God had previously made the Old Testament promise that he would be the father of a powerful people. The fact is that Abraham was 100 years, and Sara, his 90-year-old wife was infertile.  Humanly speaking, they could not have children, but Abraham trusted in God and hoped firmly that His promise would be fulfilled. Sara gave birth to a boy named Isaac a year later, as we all know, as the Lord kept His word.

Abraham, according to St. Paul, “hoped against hope,” that is, he held on to what God had told him even when it appeared to be hopeless to the human eye. Even when all the odds were against him, he did not give up. He was quite certain that God could accomplish everything He had promised. Abraham provides us with a remarkable hope that is admirable and imitable even under the most trying circumstances, according to St. Paul.

It takes more than merely turning a switch to hope against hope. It is a gift from our Lord that was slowly accumulated. That implies that we must pray about it and ask for it. It also denotes a fervent faith. After all, we can only pray that our Lord would keep His word to the extent that we have faith in His omnipotence and His desire to assist us. We must once more ask in prayer for this firm confidence that upholds a fervent hope.

The real challenge lies in putting this knowledge into practice and adapting it to our unique living circumstances in the same way that Abraham overcame his belief that he would never be able to have a son to become the “father of nations.”

The daily problems and the more significant, tangible challenges in our life are therefore calling us to hope against hope in the strength and grace of our Lord.

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