Aity Dennis is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a minister of the gospel and an internationally recognised gospel singer and songwriter. In this interview, Aity shares with us her journey to motherhood. She waited more than twenty years to have the children God promised her. Her first child was born 21 years after marriage, and her twins (a boy and a girl) arrived in the 25th year of her marriage and four years after her periods stopped. While seeking medical intervention for conception, she encountered medical negligence, which led to complications and her “demise.” Yes, she died, went to heaven, watched the heavenly choir sing, and then returned to her body because God was determined to give her children, and not even menopause would stop that. Listen, as Aity shares her intriguing journey to motherhood, which was filled with many obstacles and anguish. Be inspired for a miracle!
Rachel-Yvonne is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a speaker, coach and singer/songwriter who delights in impacting the lives of women with the message that they can be “brave, powerful and free.” She has been a back-up singer on TV, and radio and worked with the likes of Rod Stewart, George Michael, Sam Smith and Amy Winehouse. In 2015 she was a Finalist in the U. K’s X-Factor. She is third generation Pentecostal minister and serves in her local church NewLife Bibleway Church, as a Worship leader. Rachel shares her inspiring journey into the exciting world of music and entertainment and more importantly how she is impacting the lives of many young women as a coach. Listen to Rachel and be inspired to be brave, powerful and free.
Kenise Etwaru is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a recording artist, songwriter, worship leader, motivational speaker, executive HR coach and author of the book, The Good Wife and The Other Woman. She is a multi-talented woman who desires to use all her talents and abilities to bring glory to God’s name. Kenise shares with us her joys and frustrations of being the daughter of two pastors, her divorce and how it changed her life forever, and the journey to writing her autobiography, The Good Wife and The Other Woman. Listen to Kenise and be inspired to find purpose in your pain.