Elaine Asafu-Adjaye holds a BA in English and Theatre Arts and an Executive Master’s degree both from the University of Ghana, Legon. She is an entrepreneur with a passion to help others. She currently lives in Accra, Ghana.

  • Call Me Miracle

    It’s the real life experience of a woman who has been  through challenging and trying times. Journeying through what could be described as walking through “the valley of the shadow death”, she kept looking for the miracle that she so much craved but never seemed to be in sight. As her faith threatened  to suffer ship wreck she questions her own faith and the faithfulness of the God she put her trust in. Unable to reconcile her plight with a loving and merciful God she concludes there are “no miracles” for me. However at the points in her journey when it was darkest she encountered the miraculous intervention of the God she put her trust in and depended on.  She will conclude in the final analysis that there is no God like Jehovah. The gracious and merciful God never failed her, but chose to give her a new name, Miracle.

    Call Me Miracle


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