Today, we have the honor of speaking with author Léopold MBADU, who is a prominent pastor at the Evangelical Church of Macampagne. With a diverse background in engineering, international relations, and governance, Léopold has not only authored several publications on topics ranging from geopolitics to biblical prophecy, but also holds leadership positions in various organizations

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Today we have the pleasure of sitting down with the multi-talented Claudy Destin. Born in Haiti, Claudy Destin is not only a music producer and entrepreneur, but also a published author. With a knack for collaboration, he has worked with a variety of artists including Mellow Rackz, Azazus, and Lillee Jean. Join us as we

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Today, we have the pleasure of sitting down with Pastor Theophilus George, a man who embodies passion, dedication, and a relentless pursuit of personal growth. As a brother, son, and uncle, Theophilus is known for his unwavering commitment to ministry and serving others in the Kingdom of God. His proactive approach to learning and expanding

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‘I don’t want two wishy-washy godmothers,’ Jeannie had said that afternoon in the country hospital when Eliza was only a day old. ‘No dolls. No pink dresses. Just lots of adventures. Lots of spoiling. The pair of you like two mighty warriors protecting her at every step.’ Eliza Miller grew up in Australia as the

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Publisher: Hyperion Paperbacks New York Pages: 305 Release Date: 2007 Synopsis (by me) Sadye is dying to let the Bigness out of her. Her outlet: Wildewood Academy, where prospective Broadway actors prepare by acting in plays, auditioning and taking cool-sounding classes. The thing is, Sadye and her best friend Demi (who is her gay best

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Book Summary (goodreads):      She was special.  Her parents knew that; though it was not her sable hair, her wide amber eyes, but the fact that she had memories of things she could not possibly know.  She remembered the palace of ancient Thebes, the palace pharaohs and queens had walked in.  Finally, on her

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