Hello my dear friends,
As you go through the changing scenes of life, you need to have the “I can do it” attitude to push your way through. As we all know, life is full of challenges and struggles. No one goes through life without experiencing difficult times and setbacks in one way or the other. You need to have a growth mindset and stay positive, in order to overcome difficulties and realize your dreams and aspirations. I encourage you to not give up when challenges hit! Remember, winners are those who complete the race! I love the words of Apostle Paul in Philippians 4:13, that says, “I can do all things in Christ, who strengthens me.” Yes, we can!!! Be inspired, believe in your dreams, remain strong and continue to push yourself to the finish line. God bless you! #thedreamissureandtheinterpretationistrue #goafteryourdream
Testimonials from Beneficiaries
Thank you Mrs. Sheila Noye for the opportunity. My name is Beryl Avah, a child of God, wife, mother, First Lady of Liberty Christian Fellowship and an RN and entrepreneur in a health and wellness company and currently pursuing integrative holistic health coaching. You had a post back in August of last year that ministered so much to me because I was on the verge of giving up on my business dream. I am passionate about health and wellness. I found a great company that I joined as an ambassador of hope, health and wealth but the pandemic was slowing me down and I had slipped into freeze mode but the post woke me up and you always said to me in person and in your posts not to give up.
I've really benefited a lot from destiny shapers. Taking it one at a time. Through this coaching, I’ve really discovered who I am. I was motivated to go after my goal in life. I nearly gave up doing my music. I came out with my first album because I was motivated by Auntie Sheila of Destiny Shapers. I realized that I need to be focused, taking it one at a time. And through this coaching, I’ve learned not to look down on myself. I learned that my help doesn't come from man but God and my hard work. I got courage and I can do spirit out of this coaching. I learned to be very dedicated to whatever I do in my career. I always remember Auntie Sheila telling me "take it one at a time". I will never forget this. I learned not to rely on anybody for help but in my little way gradually, I will get there. I really don't like joining groups, but Destiny Shapers and Mothers of Zion (her other group) have really shaped me and put me on the right track. God bless you, Auntie Sheila, for coming my way.”
I've known Sheila for a long time, but a friendship was established after school when we met in Accra for further classes. I remember as young ladies, we were more concerned about our hair and clothes, besides sturdies and we used to giggle a lot which unfortunately brought much attention from boys. I remember a particular conversation with Sheila about boys and never forgot what she said. For now, I am married to Jesus until I'm old enough and God provides the right man! I wasn't surprised by what she said but rather by her faith and conviction even in her late teens. Sheila doesn't know this but that conversation changed my quest for real faith and happy to say I found what she had, to be born again and it is marvelous. In all our friendship, she's been a pillar and encourager and very thankful that she is in my life. Love you Sheila and God bless you.