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“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. 

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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.

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“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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Parenting Tips For Young Parents

“We never know the love of a parent till we become parents ourselves.” Henry Ward Beecher (American congregationalist clergyman)


It is common to question one’s ability to be a good parent before a child enters the world, whether through birth or adoption. When we reflect on how our parents raised us, we frequently think about the parenting techniques we would like to employ with our children as well as the ones we would like to avoid or do differently. For instance, if our parents were not very understanding of our feelings or used outmoded techniques of discipline, we might decide to be more empathetic to our own children’s emotions and update our methods of discipline.

It might not be as difficult as we think to be the best parent one can be. As mistakes are expected, we are unlikely to be great parents every day. Parenting is about teaching a child, but it is also about learning from that child and doing the best you can every day. Whether it is the first or third child, this is true. Each child is unique.

Having said that, expectant parents frequently worry about getting the correct information. There may be contradicting opinions from family and friends, and it may feel quite stressful. However, we do not have to parent in the same way since there are some tactics that practically anyone can use to be the greatest parent possible. Ideas about parenting and family life frequently vary from generation to generation and between groups.

It could be challenging to decide what matters most when various factors might influence parenting beliefs. Again, opinions vary widely, and other factors like cultural background and family history may also be at play. While the majority of solutions will not offer a comprehensive answer, we can supplement our parenting strategy by using some of the below suggestions.

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  • Follow your child’s development closely

While some actions are typical of children and go along with particular developmental phases, others may indicate that a child needs more guidance or consequences to address a problem. During a child’s development, some boundary-pushing actions are normal, and kids naturally evolve as they mature and discover who they are. Accept that the child is developing the capacity to make their own opinions.

  • Set a good example

Children almost constantly observe and absorb information from their parents, and as they become older, they will probably start to imitate their mannerisms, interpersonal dynamics, and linguistic compulsions. This might be a beneficial thing for parents who are aware of their child’s behavioral habits. However, some parents might not practice the healthiest routines or might not take as much care with their words and actions, and these traits might be passed on to the child. They might begin to adopt these actions or behaviors into their daily lives, which could have an impact on how they feel about themselves, their level of confidence, and other things.

  • Dedicate time to maintaining a strong relationship

It takes a lot of work to raise a child, labor that is added to other adult duties like keeping a job, paying bills, and attempting to fit in hobbies like going to the gym or being outside. Although it is rewarding, it also requires work of its own. When a child develops greater independence, sometimes that child begins to wander away from their parents, and as a busy adult, you could find it difficult to notice any expanding distance between the two. The fact is, children need parents to be emotionally present to them more than anything else. They require a secure setting where they can express their emotions, be open, and so on. Recognize that as they grow older, children will still need parental assistance, perhaps even more so.


  • Make certain to give the child a secure, imaginative, and loving environment

A child can develop and flourish with structure and consistency. When circumstances are unpredictable, children frequently feel unsafe and may exhibit disruptive behavior. They will flourish in a setting that is not only safe but also promotes creativity, learning, and growth while showing them unwavering affection. In other words, pay attention to what is important. It is simple to get swamped in the little things, however, ultimately keeping your word—picking them from school when you say you will, showing them compassion, accepting their independence, and allowing them space to be themselves may have a profound effect on their life.

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Guidelines For Sustaining a Small-Scale Business

“Great things in business are never done by one person; they are done by a team of people.” – Steve Jobs


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Small-scale business management is the act of connecting and organizing all elements of a small firm, including its personnel, supplies, finances, strategic plan, and day-to-day operations. You as an entrepreneur have some special difficulties when running a small business. In addition to understanding the fundamentals of small company principles, you also need to understand financial planning, human resource management, and the rules and regulations of your business.

 A small-scale business is commonly defined as a company with a limited number of employees, and a modest sales volume, and is typically privately owned with the owner receiving the majority of the earnings. Additionally, these enterprises frequently cater to a local community and see little personnel turnover.

The management and operational challenges faced by small businesses are very different from those faced by giant organizations, which is why these companies are categorized as small businesses. You can obtain contracts and government loans for your company by classifying them as small businesses. Additional resources are made available to you so you can compete with bigger companies.

Small-scale businesses, as opposed to giant organizations, may have tighter budgets, and may only serve a small geographic territory. They frequently concentrate on offering excellent customer service and utilizing imagination and innovation to develop better goods and services.

Small business management is coordinating all elements of the business to guarantee that it maintains expansion and succeeds, from starting a business to deciding on financial needs, managing staff, supervising marketing, promotion, and managing your own time.

Here are four suggestions for keeping a small-scale business sustainable.


  • Plan your business

Outline your company’s goals and objectives and give a brief description of your business and its goods or services to write a successful business plan. Include information about the market you aim to penetrate, your sales and marketing strategies, and your financial estimates.

Regularly review your business objectives to determine what has changed, what has been accomplished, and what needs to be revised.


  • Keep your personal and professional finances separate.

Since the taxes for you and the business are computed separately, it is necessary to open separate personal accounts that are allocated for exclusively business operations. This will enable you to distinguish between your personal and business finances and to understand your profits.


  • Establish the necessary financing

The most important thing when starting a new business is to raise money for the operations. Whether you decide to use personal involvement, business incubators, bank loans, or government subsidies, it is critical to associate yourself with the benefits and drawbacks of each funding option as well as the standards that each one uses to assess the viability of the venture.


  • Observe your finances

It is simple to monitor the money coming into and leaving a new business when it first opens. This task, however, can become challenging as your company’s operations expand. For this reason, you should either hire an accountant to work for you full-time or buy simple accounting software that makes it easier for you to keep track of your finances.

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Effective Communication Among Team Members

“The art of communication is the language of leadership.” – James Humes (Author and former presidential speechwriter)


Working environments require effective team communication. It directly affects the efficiency of each employee, the cohesiveness of the team, and the general performance of the business. Work gets repeated, errors happen, employee onboarding drags on, and team productivity declines when information is not shared and team members are not on the same page. Improving team communication is a goal that is taking on more significance as more teams move to remote work. 

Effective teamwork occurs when individuals spend as little time as feasible actively communicating and as much time as possible working on important tasks.

Signs Of Ineffective Team Communication

  • Repetitive queries

When information is passed down orally without being adequately documented, the same questions are asked repeatedly. Every repetitive query causes a production halt, and they quickly accumulate.

  • Regular team meetings

The vast majority of meetings are a waste of time, even though they may be justified in some circumstances. Such gatherings are only necessary because knowledge barriers prohibit information from naturally being exchanged.

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Tips For Boosting Team Communication

  • Establish a knowledge foundation

One of the first stages to attaining effective team communication is developing a culture of knowledge sharing and a knowledge management strategy. This does not include holding additional meetings so that your staff can exchange information. It entails ensuring that all knowledge is recorded in a single, central, well-organized, and searchable location—a company intranet or internal knowledge base. It is the simplest way to assist your staff in structured knowledge sharing while avoiding repetitive queries and interruptions.

  • Remotely communicate

Sending a message without anticipating a prompt response is known as remote communication. Email and several other tools for document collaboration are typical instances of remote communication methods. Comparing it to meetings and instant messaging, it could appear like a slower method of communication, but since the quality is usually higher, it ends up taking less time overall.

  • As a final resort, hold meetings 

Meetings are not always a waste of time, and they could even be the most expedient way to resolve a resolution in some circumstances. Nevertheless, if you do hold a meeting, do not skip the preparation and be considerate of your team’s time. Make sure to have an agenda for the meeting and do not forget to take minutes.

  • Maintain a small team

Although a larger team may accomplish more, in actuality, the more members you add, the more difficult it is to keep everyone on the same page and maintain team cohesion. Working in a big group makes it impossible to maintain efficient team communication.

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Unemployment and Realizing Our Gifts

“All great men are gifted with intuition. They know without reasoning or analysis, what they need to know.” – Alexis Carrel (French surgeon)


We have the chance to do something we would not normally have the time to do when we are unemployed. We have an opportunity to reflect critically on our job during this time. When we lose our jobs, updating our resume is the first thing we consider or are advised to do. Although this is crucial, the most essential thing is to take into account our strengths and the things that make us happy at work. Too often, many of us are working but not enjoying it because our jobs do not match our gifts.

Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.” – 1 Peter 4:10

Three factors that are significant for our job hunt can be inferred from below.

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  • To begin with place, the Bible says “use whatever gift you have received.” God commands us to use our gifts, and that may entail looking for a profession that allows us to use our gifts daily rather than just occasionally or sporadically. The degree of joy and excitement brought by our gift, though, is what makes it different from being able to do something voluntarily and being able to use it. In our haste to get a job and start making money, we frequently disregard this aspect of the job hunt. Henceforth, let us spend some time finding out what our loved ones, relatives, and old coworkers think are our gifts.  Let us try to list those gifts, and as we think about seeking employment, we should think about if the positions will allow us to use the gifts we have listed. Why consider the job if we will not be able to use our gifts? Only when we appreciate what we do will we be able to generate high-quality work.


  • Furthermore, the Bible instructs us to “serve others” using whatever gift we have received. This implies that by utilizing our gifts, however, they may be, we will be assisting others. Using our gifts, for instance, will improve the team we work with at work since we appreciate what we do and give it our all. Additionally, when our gifts are put to good use and we deliver excellent results in both productivity and customer service, those we serve, our customers, will also benefit.


  • The last portion of 1 Peter 4:10 states that we should use whatever gift we have received to serve others as “faithful stewards.”  We can take good care of our gifts as one of our obligations as faithful stewards. Given that it is considered that everything we do not make time for is something we do not value, we cannot be faithful stewards by ignoring or hiding a gift.


God desires us to take pleasure in our careers. No matter how much money we will make, on our own journeys, we should search for careers that allow us to use our gifts because when we enjoy what we do, our mental sanity will be in control, which is equally vital. Since we never feel like we have enough of it, money can never truly satisfy us in the long run. However, when we are using our gifts to benefit others, we will experience a great delight.

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Identifying The Three Types Of Friends And When To Let Go

“A real friend walks in when the rest of the world walks out.” – Walter Winchell (Actor and writer)


Though they are an essential aspect of our life, friends are individuals who we must all carefully select before making any friendship commitments. This means that, rather than the other way around, we should choose our friends. Additionally, we must understand what a friend is before we can make these personal decisions.

A friend is someone in whom we may have entire confidence. A friend is someone we respect and who respects us, not because they are deserving but because they share our opinions.

All of us have come across various folks at some point or another. Depending on who you ask, we were good to some folks and bad to others. This occurs frequently, depending on how the other party treats us. Below are the three types of friends we encounter every day, and how we should know our way around all of them.

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  • The confidants

These are often extremely rare. No matter how we are feeling, they are into us and have an unwavering affection for us. If we make a mistake, they still believe in us and will correct us right away. They are there for the long run, both with and for us. They are the kind of folks that will always and everywhere come to our aid and are the kind of people we can be open with and speak freely with knowing they will not use the information against us or talk to other people about it. They will always find a way to get us out of trouble.


  • The constituents

These folks may seem like confidants, therefore we need to proceed with extreme caution. This means that although there is a thin line between constituents and confidants, it is the difference that could make or break us. These are the people that support our values even though they do not like us. For this kind of people, as long as we support what they stand for, they will toil with us, walk with us, and work diligently with us for the longest time, giving us the impression that they are on our side. These people support what we stand for, but they are never for us in the first place, so if they find someone who would further their goals, they will leave us for them.


  • The comrades

They are only against what we are against; they are not for us or what we stand for. To combat a more formidable foe, they will always join forces with us. They will stay with us until the victory is won, and they act as scaffolding that enters our lives to serve a function before being withdrawn after that mission has been fulfilled. However, let us not make these kinds of friends stay when it is time for them to leave. We ought to permit those who wish to depart from our life to do so.

We learn through confidants, so we need to be on the lookout for people like this because they are actual friends. Since they are so uncommon, we must preserve them when we find them. We should, therefore, anticipate that comrades and constituents would eventually turn against us because they never supported us but rather used us as a means to an end. Our dreams are valuable and ought to be expressed to the appropriate individuals.

It is safe, therefore, to say that constituents are friends for a season, comrades are friends for a reason, and confidants are friends for a lifetime.

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