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Racheal Wyettey

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Racheal Wyettey, also known as Risa, is a voice to the voiceless and an answer to the cry of many. She is the author of Dear Damsel, Initiator of Damsels on Fire Tour, CEO of Racheal Wyettey Books and Star Your Brand, and the Founder of Grow and Glow Academy. She's a Writer, Blogger, Coach, Media Personality, Speaker and Tech Enthusiast who blends personal experiences with creativity and positivity to inspire, impact and help individuals interested in personal growth and fulfillment. She owns three blogs, namely; Today's Youth Journal, Damsels on Fire blog, and Rachealwyettey.com. Her blog - Damsels On Fire - empowers, educates and equips young women to be on fire, and features young unmarried women breaking limitations and leading meaningful lives.

God is Waiting for Your Call

"Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. ” - Matthew 11:28 Earlier this afternoon, a...

Can You Smile on a Bad Day?

After reading the title, I assume you're wondering, "How can you smile when you're in pain?". It's Okay to assume but as impossible as...

9 Life Changing Lessons from “The Encounter” Part 1

Written by Sean Paul Murphy and Timothy Ratajczak, and directed by David A. R. Wnile, The Encounter Part One is one of the most...

Don’t Shiver

When you reach your hall That very hall of maximization You will fall Fall for transformation So when you fall Don't shiver Don't quiver Just stay calm In order to receive the...

When It’s Hard to Keep Going, Can You Trust God?

We all get to that point where we don't feel like going on, pressing on; in our relationships, in our education and career, in...

Groaning for Peace? Turn to God!

A number of months sum up that point in my life. At that point of my life, I had no idea how...

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Pandemic

Stay aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak, available on the WHO website and through your national and local public health authority. Most people who become infected experience mild illness and recover, but it can be more severe for others. Take care of your health and protect others.