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Seminar Host, Teacher, Prophetic Minister Deborah E. Nyamekye

Deborah is a prophetic (intercessor, teacher & writer) minister who has for a number of years now ministered prophetically and taught at seminars she hosted, and by way of invitation at churches, conferences, women’s events and all night prayers.



She also has a prayer and prophetic encouragement ministry via phone and email. Deborah is the founder of Bearwitness-Forerunner Ministries Int. which comprises Maranatha Tabernacle and Ready Writer Prophetic Scribe Ministry. 



Deborah was honoured to be the founder and lead coordinator of a church based Intercessory prayer ministry for two years in the church where she served as part of their prophetic team for over 5 years. She also served on Christian International Europe's prophetic teams for a time.



Deborah’s passion, rooted in her own testimony is for God’s people to know who they are (their unique identity in Him) and their unique predestined purpose, that which God wrote about them on His scroll as He created them (expressed by David in Ps. 139); it is inevitable that when we know that we are “treasures in earthen vessels” (Eph 2:10) each of a unique kind, God’s kind, we are revealed our purpose on earth. 



Deborah is also an entrepreneur with an e-commerce selling items with beautifully designed inspirational text, quotes and poetry (from a Christian context). She is also a prolific writer who regularly writes on her blogs and is a self published author of a number of inspirational devotional and poetry books on sale on Amazon and in UK bookshops.



Deborah has written for online magazines and her poetry has been used to highlight causes and messages (rehabilitation of victims of abuse, children’s shows) on websites and the radio and included in an anthology of poetry (Poetic Bonds VII).

In addition to her Business Studies degree, Deborah is in the process of completing her accredited Christian Leadership and Life Coaching & Cognitive Behaviour Therapy diplomas.

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