Category: Lifestyle

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Church uses cow belly as screen to preach the Gospel.

Maasai is an Eastern Nilotic language spoken in Southern Kenya and Northern Tanzania by the Maasai people. The Maasai people are mostly cattle headers. The Assemblies of God church (Ghana) on a mission program went to Kenya to evangelize to the Maasai people. Showing of Jesus film was the church’s own mode of propagating the […]

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THE STETHOSCOPE-EPISODE-20 (final) by Deborah Nwaeke

MY CLINICAL ROTATION DIARY FINAL EPISODE Hello! Thanks for joining me thus far. I’m glad we made it to the final episode. Woohoo! Internal Medicine Department This department is another I really enjoyed joining. I got to choose my unit (Infectious diseases), and was grateful I did. I’ll begin from the really cool consultant we […]

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THE STETHOSCOPE-EPISODE-19 by Deborah Nwaeke

MY CLINICAL ROTATION DIARY Pediatrics department In summary, this department has been the easiest, better put, most interesting thus far. There was a house officer who was pretty rude sometimes, but civil at other times. The straw that broke the camel’s back was when he said I shouldn’t make him insult me.  I had asked […]

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THE STETHOSCOPE-EPISODE-18 by Deborah Nwaeke

MY CLINICAL ROTATION DIARY Talking about feeling stupid…midway into my rotation in one of the first departments, I began to wonder what I was doing studying medicine. It felt like the past 5 years in med school was a waste. Worse still the way they “drilled” (my modest word for ridicule) us made me feel […]

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THE STETHOSCOPE-EPISODE-17 by Deborah Nwaeke

MY CLINICAL ROTATION DIARY It’s a Thursday…a Thursday in the 5th week of my clinical rotation here. Previously at OBGYN… I’m kinda glad I’m almost done with the rotation. I was a bit disappointed because I looked forward to my rotation in the department with so much excitement, but…in all things we give thanks. Here’s […]

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THE STETHOSCOPE-EPISODE-16 by Deborah Nwaeke

(MY CLINICAL ROTATION DIARY) It’s my second week in the department, and though I was a bit discouraged with the atmosphere in my unit, I’ve decided to concentrate on learning-that’s what I came to do. There’s this sense of trying to prove knowing and trying to make one feel inferior or embarrassed when unaware of […]

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Smart Koko embark on bigger is better promotion

Customers of smart koko will be enjoying extra free volume of smart koko as the company launches its ‘bigger is better’ promotion. Launching the campaign in Accra, the sales and marketing manager of smart koko Mr. Fifi Ofoe explained that the vision and mission of smart koko is to provide Ghanaians with high quality breakfast […]

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THE VALUE OF WISDOM

THE VALUE OF WISDOM April 16, 2019 | 1 Corinthians 1:26–31 DEVOTIONS This Month’s Issue When David was chosen by God to be Israel’s king, he was not the obvious pick. The prophet Samuel was sent to the family of Jesse. At first glance, Samuel thought God would want Jesse’s oldest son, Eliab. Samuel said, […]

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A KING’S REQUEST

A KING’S REQUEST April 14, 2019 | 2 Chronicles 1:7–17; 1 Kings 4:29–34 DEVOTIONS This Month’s Issue In the story of Aladdin, a young man finds a mysterious and tarnished golden lamp. When he rubs it, a genie appears, granting him three wishes. In that moment, Aladdin’s world is changed because he has the ability […]

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AN UNEXPECTED GIFT

AN UNEXPECTED GIFT April 6, 2019 | Genesis 17:1–8; 15–22 DEVOTIONS This Month’s Issue What will you be doing when you are 99? While the average life expectancy has increased to 76 for men and 81 for women, most of us cannot begin to imagine what happens in today’s passage. God appears to Abram, just […]

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