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Ep 52: I Almost Died (Emelia Adjei) Terrorized By Fibroids

July 06, 2020 Tron & Kimberly Moses Season 2
Rejoice Essential Network Podcast
Ep 52: I Almost Died (Emelia Adjei) Terrorized By Fibroids
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Rejoice Essential Network Podcast
Ep 52: I Almost Died (Emelia Adjei) Terrorized By Fibroids
Jul 06, 2020 Season 2
Tron & Kimberly Moses

Emelia Adjei is a philanthropist and author of two books titled – “Accelerate to Glory” & “Life in the Diaspora.” She’s a Christian, Kingdom-minded  and passionate about spreading the goodness and greatness of God.  She emigrated from her motherland country of Ghana –West Africa to the USA with nothing but dreams of a better life. She overcame many challenges, including near homelessness but stayed determined, focused, and worked hard to pursue her dreams. She has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration.  Emelia’s been featured in a documentary movie and magazines.

 Emelia is driven, authentic, and down to earth. She’s constantly reinventing herself and setting new goals. She’s about purpose and living a fulfilled life. She’s committed to using her life experiences to empower and inspire others to pursue their dreams and reach their full potential. By drawing from her personal and professional experiences, Emelia uses practical principles and strategies to mentor people to break through barriers that stop them from making their dreams become a reality.  

She’s compassionate and has a big heart of giving and helping the poor and needy. She runs a non-profit organization called “Empower The Children – ETC” that supports orphans and less privileged children in Africa. ETC provides free food, clothing, and  toiletries to low-income communities. The foundation serves the youth through free education and resources to broaden their knowledge and perspective on life to become good productive citizens. The organization also donates books to schools and medical supplies to hospitals and clinics.

One of her favorite quotes is “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples,” by Mother Teresa.

Her hobbies are writing, reading, organizing, and enjoying the outdoors. She is a girly girl who enjoys shopping and make-up. She appreciates the simple and thoughtful things in life.  Emelia is funny and doesn’t take herself so seriously. She has a sweet tooth and will choose dessert over any meal.

Emelia resides in U.S.A with her family. She’s thankful and humbled by the opportunities God has blessed her. Her mission is to inspire, transform lives, and make a difference in diverse ways.  

www.EmeliaAdjei.com

www.EmpowerTheChildren.org

The Book: I Almost Died

Support the show (http://paypal.me/remag)

Show Notes

Emelia Adjei is a philanthropist and author of two books titled – “Accelerate to Glory” & “Life in the Diaspora.” She’s a Christian, Kingdom-minded  and passionate about spreading the goodness and greatness of God.  She emigrated from her motherland country of Ghana –West Africa to the USA with nothing but dreams of a better life. She overcame many challenges, including near homelessness but stayed determined, focused, and worked hard to pursue her dreams. She has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration.  Emelia’s been featured in a documentary movie and magazines.

 Emelia is driven, authentic, and down to earth. She’s constantly reinventing herself and setting new goals. She’s about purpose and living a fulfilled life. She’s committed to using her life experiences to empower and inspire others to pursue their dreams and reach their full potential. By drawing from her personal and professional experiences, Emelia uses practical principles and strategies to mentor people to break through barriers that stop them from making their dreams become a reality.  

She’s compassionate and has a big heart of giving and helping the poor and needy. She runs a non-profit organization called “Empower The Children – ETC” that supports orphans and less privileged children in Africa. ETC provides free food, clothing, and  toiletries to low-income communities. The foundation serves the youth through free education and resources to broaden their knowledge and perspective on life to become good productive citizens. The organization also donates books to schools and medical supplies to hospitals and clinics.

One of her favorite quotes is “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples,” by Mother Teresa.

Her hobbies are writing, reading, organizing, and enjoying the outdoors. She is a girly girl who enjoys shopping and make-up. She appreciates the simple and thoughtful things in life.  Emelia is funny and doesn’t take herself so seriously. She has a sweet tooth and will choose dessert over any meal.

Emelia resides in U.S.A with her family. She’s thankful and humbled by the opportunities God has blessed her. Her mission is to inspire, transform lives, and make a difference in diverse ways.  

www.EmeliaAdjei.com

www.EmpowerTheChildren.org

The Book: I Almost Died

Support the show (http://paypal.me/remag)