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This week on The Flashback Show is a book from Darrell Conner.
TITLE OF BOOK
The Magnitude Of The Cross Understanding The New Birth
What did the Lord mean when He said… Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God? The answer might surprise you. Understanding Regeneration should be a priority for every Christian, and in understanding what it means to be Born Again the glory of Christ and the Work of the Cross is magnified in the heart of the Believer. As we set aside some popular misconceptions about what Scripture teaches concerning our Salvation, we begin to understand the harmony and consistency of God’s Redemptive Plan and His will for our lives. There is joy awaiting those who have not yet come to understand the Magnitude of the Cross, and the benefits of New Covenant Relationship with God. For the New Christian, the Bible Student, and even for those hostile to the Word of God and Christ, now is the time to replace common misconceptions with what the Word of God teaches about Salvation in Christ.
Watch out for this interview as we invite Darrell to tell us more about this book and why you should also get one…
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According to His will

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Adjetey Anang on The Flashback Show

My guest for today on The Flashback Show is Adjetey Anang.
He has a Degree in Bachelor of Fine Arts (major Radio, Film & Tv) University of Ghana, Legon and Masters Applied drama University of Witwatersrand Johannesburg.
He is a part-time lecturer at NAFTI and also a supervisor at Dramatic Arts department in Church.
Adjetey has starred in movies like The Sting in a Tale, The Perfect Picture and Potomanto.
Some of his awards include;
ACRAG awards for best talent, Best Supporting actor at AMAA awards, GIAMA awards, Texas best African actor and AMVCA awards 2018
Please tell us something about yourself?
Guest: I’m Adjetey Anang. A lot more reserved, I observe a lot, always checking if what I say is what I do or not. Born in 73 with a sibling.
Growing up was quite normal. Dad always trying to mentor but struck some fear in me on what the consequences will be when I faulter. School was quiet. Changed about 3 schools due to Family movements so affected me slightly settling in. Degree Bachelor of Fine Arts (major Radio, Film & Tv) University of Ghana, Legon.
Masters Applied drama University of Witwatersrand Johannesburg.
What were you doing before you decided to focus on acting?
Guest: Was schooling then after national service I focused on acting. Had a break from Acting when I left for school and came in as a Marketing Manager for manufacturing company. Then gradually moved into acting again.
Did your parents support you?
Guest: Dad was mostly out of town so didn’t have any impediments. Mum was cool as long as I added quality education.
How different is it to act in a movie and to act in a theater play?
Guest: Very distinct. Theatre places more demands on our bodies since we have to project our performances in an enlarged space for all to see clearly. There are rules regarding movements etc. With movies, much emphasis leaves body to the face as camera takes up work. Character consistency is a huge demand compared to Theatre since movie can take months to shoot but theatre a same day within 3hrs maximum.
Do you ever think that you could have done a bit better in any particular role?
Guest: Hahaha I always think I could have done much better in any role I have played. I am my number 1 critic. I only watch my works to critic, to find out ways in which I could have done a better delivery…etc
Which has been your favorite character that you have performed?
Guest: Tough to say…
Certainly a couple come to mind…
one, a stage production ‘Desert Dreams’ where I played a young boy risking everything to go on a desert journey to seek greener pastures outside the continent.
Perhaps two. ‘Sting in a Tale’ where I played a young graduate who will do anything to land a job. Very real experiences I could relate to on many levels.
What have you learned from the directors you have worked with?
Guest: Lessons are varied but perhaps those that stand out includes the following
a) Not all directors have the required skill. They may have passion but skill is needed to achieve a winning formula.
b) No matter how accomplished you are as a performer/actor, you still need to submit to the vision & direction of a director. Which brings me to my final
c) You do not surprise a director on shooting day. Either by producing a characterization out of the blue you think is best, with no pre- dialogue with him, not making a director aware of the weaknesses or handicaps you have with demands of this particular role. For example your role demands you must know how to drive and director only realizes that on day of shoot.

Apart from acting, what else do you do?

Guest: I lecture as part-time at NAFTI. Otherwise I am fulfilling ambassadorial roles. I also supervise the Dramatic Arts department in Church

Please tell us about your nominations and awards…

Guest: Started with Ghana Union & Theatre Societies award for best actor.

ACRAG awards for best talent
Best Supporting actor at
AMAA awards
GIAMA awards, Texas best
african actor
Golden Movie awards, best actor
Ghana Movie awards, best actor for 2014 & 2016
AMVCA awards 2018

Any advice for upcoming actors and actress?

Guest: Upcoming Actors must first answer the question, is this towards a profession or an occupation? Whatever it is, you must study study study. Talent is good but not enough especially in today’s world. This industry is not to make fame. Your goal is to focus on how your work impacts another for a positive impact. Fame will find you without looking for it.

How can your fans contact you?

Guest: Fans can contact me by mail adjeteygh@gmail.com

What’s the one question you wished someone should ask you doing an interview?

Guest: Whether Acting is my profession or career/occupation?
And I will say; Its my career

The Flashback Show

My guest for this week on The Flashback Show is Dr Patapia Tzotzoli, a clinical psychologist offering sessions worldwide via online therapy and at her clinic in London.

She was awarded the Mental Health Psychologist of the Year by Medical LiveWire in 2016. In 2017, she received the Mental Health Psychologist of the Year – UK & Best CBT Practice – UK by the Global Health and Pharma Magazine Awards.

Over the last few years, Dr. Patapia has also conceived and has been developing an online support system designed for students in higher education to help them take care of their mental health and stay on top of their studies. For this project, she has been the recipient of the Lion’s Den award in entrepreneurship from King’s College London in 2011.

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Dessi-Ann Yetman on The Flashback Show

My guest for today on The Flashback Show is Dessi-Ann Yetman. She is a Jamaican born International Gospel Recording Artiste, Praise & Worship Leader. She is known for her unique anointing and natural flow in worship.

She had the honor of sharing platforms with international sensations like Byron Cage, Kierra Sheard, Kevin Downswell, Odayne Rhoden and Jermaine Edwards.

She is currently nominated for Praise and Worship Leader of the year by the Eddy’s Award.
Dessi-Ann has completed her LL.B at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus and has moved on to the Norman Manley Law School where she will be called to the bar in 2020.

Please tell us something about Dessi – Yetman
Guest: Dessi-Ann Yetman is a Jamaican born International Gospel Recording Artiste, Praise & Worship Leader. She is known for her unique anointing and natural flow in worship. As independent artiste, the first year Norman Manley Law School student released her debut EP titled “Predestined” with the help of the Pioneer Music Record Label. She had the honor of sharing platforms with international sensations like Byron Cage, Kierra Sheard, Kevin Downswell, Odayne Rhoden and Jermaine Edwards. The minister lives by the wise words of her mother, Diahann Thomas “When the world stands to applaud you, remember whose gift you have”. The constant reminder has played an integral role in helping the minister remain humble in the calling she has, alongside Apostle J. Andrew Scott and Pastor Dorothy Scott, Pastors of the Jamaican mega-church Greater Works International Fellowship Ministry to which she currently belongs.
How was your growing up?
Guest: Dessi-Ann grew up in Kingston Jamaica being surrounded by love and affection. Though her parents were divorced, they stood on one accord with the things concerning her well-being and enrolling her into the Vaz Preparatory School where she later moved on to St. Hugh’s High School. After graduating she pursued her dreams to becoming an Attorney-At-Law. The minister has completed her LL.B at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus and has moved on to the Norman Manley Law School where she will be called to the bar in 2020.
Tell us more of the things you were doing and why did you decide to focus on music?
Guest: Dessi-Ann’s call to ministry was a peculiar one. She was always in church, having made the conscious and independent decision to be baptized at the age of 9, but she had more religion than relationship. Being a Sabbath-keeper, Dessi-Ann wanted more from God but wasn’t sure how to go about it. Seeing her heart’s desire, the Lord allowed for a prophetic voice to enter the church she was attending. This occurrence was strange for the church as they never taught about the prophetic and they never flowed in the prophetic. The Lord used His chosen voice to let Dessi-Ann know she was called to an “international prophetic singing ministry” and from that moment she knew without a shadow of doubt that her life had purpose and she has never stopped chasing the fulfilment of that.
When did you start singing?
Guest: Dessi-Ann has been singing from when she knew herself. She has chosen to do Gospel full time to show God appreciation for spending the time to reach out to her. She is forever indebted to God for His goodness and mercy and she believes that dedicating her gift to God in this way provides an avenue to reach out to others and spread the good news while touching their lives and ministering them.
Any challenges?
Guest: The road to ministry has not been an easy road but Dessi-Ann remains steadfast in her life-long commitment to God. From natural hurdles to supernatural hurdles, the minister has been challenged and has grown as a result of these challenges. Financially, there is a reality that comes with ministry that the singer had to learn over the years. She has learnt to be wiser financially to maintain whatever wealth that comes her direction.
Being from Jamaica, the singer has also had to deal with understanding that “international” means outside the confines of her country. It has been a rather exciting journey as she travels for ministry overseas, learning other cultures and seeing how receptive people are to whatever she has to offer. The singer had to learn to deal with different personalities that she encounters in ministry but finds that all these different facets to ministry make the experience worthwhile.
Who is your inspiration?
Guest: Dessi-Ann is inspired by anyone who whole-heartedly allows the Lord to use them because it takes a lot of selflessness to do that bearing in mind that us humans have a lot of self.
Which song do you think is the best song you have released and why?
Guest: Though her best is still yet to come, Dessi-Ann has released popular songs “Power Flow” and “You’re Still God”
Tell us about your first time on stage, were you nervous?
Guest: Gracing the stage for the first time Dessi-Ann was much younger and was very fearless. With her passion for singing, she always wanted a mic to share with the world whatever she had to say in that moment. Added to that, she has always been part of a praise team and always played an integral role. This provided tons of opportunities for the singer to lead songs though the lapse of time between backstage to being introduced and taking the mic sometimes still gives her knots in the stomach.
Any advice for other musicians who feel nervous?
Guest: Whenever Dessi-Ann starts feeling knots in the stomach she begins to pray. Fear is not of God, He has given us power, love and a sound mind. Nervousness is a branch off from fear. People can be nervous because they’re afraid they make mistakes or what have you. Prayer always works and she highly recommends it.
Tell us about your best performance?
Guest: Though her best is still yet to come, Dessi-Ann’s most memorable ministry engagement is when the NYPD (Parks Department) hosted a concert in the Baisley Pond Park and she was invited to minister. How the day unfolded was a powerful reminder to Dessi-Ann that God knows no boundaries and His grace will continuously cover her wherever He leads her.
Which musician would you like to collaborate with and why?
Guest: Dessi-Ann would absolutely love the opportunity to collaborate with powerhouses like Jekalyn Carr, Travis Greene, Benita Washington and Maranda Curtis
Can you brief us on your awards and nominations?
Guest: In 2018 Dessi-Ann is nominated for Praise and Worship Leader of the year by the Eddy’s Award. The nomination is still open until January 2019.
If you can have your fans remember one thing about you, what would it be?
Guest: Dessi-Ann wants to remind us all that we are nothing without God and she isn’t any different from any of you. She is just a natural being who submitted to God and He turned around and added a “super” in front of her natural. This means if you submit to God and chase after all He has for you, you too can enjoy life to its fullest.
Any upcoming song/ video ?
Guest: There is an upcoming music video for “You’re Still God” that is being anticipated.
How can people contact you?
Guest: Connect with Dessi-Ann on IG: @therealdessi_annyetman, Twitter @dessi_annyetman, Facebook Dessi-Ann Yetman Ministries
Give a shutout to anyone
Guest: Shout out to the parents of Dessi-Ann Yetman, Dessi Yetman (father) and Diahann Thomas (mother). She would also love to send love to her GWIF family, her Pastors Andrew and Dorothy Scott and her siblings Joshua, Ian Jr and Ianna-Lee Green.

The Flashback Show

My guest for this week on The Flashback Show is Dessi-Ann Yetman. She is a Jamaican born International Gospel Recording Artiste, Praise & Worship Leader. She is known for her unique anointing and natural flow in worship.

She had the honor of sharing platforms with international sensations like Byron Cage, Kierra Sheard, Kevin Downswell, Odayne Rhoden and Jermaine Edwards.

She is currently nominated for Praise and Worship Leader of the year by the Eddy’s Award.
Dessi-Ann has completed her LL.B at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus and has moved on to the Norman Manley Law School where she will be called to the bar in 2020.

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My guest for this week on The Flashback Show is Anne Perreault. She’s a teacher, a storyteller and a dreamer.
She grew up in Germany but currently in UAE. Her latest book “What if” is set in Pakistan, a country where her family visited when she was 16 years old.

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My guest for this week on The Flashback Show is Tosin Oyelakin, born in Nigeria but currently in UK.
She is a physiotherapist by profession now a gospel musician.

She was nominated for Best Worship Leader and Best Worship song” in the Florida based IGARA Awards 2017.

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My guest for this week on The Flashback Show is Rufus Nantamba Yennah, a grdauate from KNUST, where he read Actuarial Science. He is currently an entrepreneur in agribusiness and fashion (smocks). Rufus is looking at tackling SDG 1,2,3, and 4 using innovative agribusiness within the Nadowli district of the Upper West Region. He was part of Yali Cohort 9,Entrepreneurship track.

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