You’ve Got The Power Social media is an increasingly powerful tool. My dear friend Veronica once declared that she uses social media as part of her legacy. She desires to leave a ‘trail of good’ here on earth. Having a social media page gives her a place to leave that legacy as well as assist […]
About Keona Tann
Keona Tann has lived most of her life in the beautiful Australian state – Tasmania. She has been married to her college sweetheart for over 20 years. Keona and her husband consider themselves extremely blessed to be raising 2 wonderful teenagers. They have also been long time child sponsors with Compassion. Keona’s working life has seen her develop over 15 years of customer service experience. Health issues have plagued her for 28 years and over the past 2 years have been severely debilitating. Seeking direction from God her passion for writing was recently reignited. Writing the following mission statement: “I desire to impact the world through the words I share. I long to enrich, empower and encourage others whilst delivering my stories with empathy and understanding.” she hopes to launch her new career soon.
The Face of an Eagle in the character of God… Have you ever noticed that everything the world discovers today is already written in the bible? Yes, even personality types! God deals with each of us in a way we understand and is relevant to our situation. We see in the bible that Ezekiel had […]
Transformation starts with daily communion. Romans 8 says that we are adopted children of God and there is a work happening within us, where we will be revealed as who we were originally created to be! My motto: ” I am no longer a sinner for I am a daughter of God!” Transformation taking place right here… Having […]
Prisoner of Hope … I struggled with illness for most of my life! I attended the Majestic Women’s retreat in Sept 2016 where I received: acceptance; great teachings; prayer; friendship; and I was healed by God! So finally, just before I turned 42, healing! Praise God! Now during those years of illness hope was a […]