Outa the Mouth of Babes
15-year old Zoe.L rhymes off a list of troubling developments around the world while reading a social media post on her iPhone. “Right now there are swarms of locusts in Kenya, the reason the fires won’t stop in Australia and California is because there’s no rain, and now the global pandemic is causing panic.”
“Okay, okay”, mom responds–distracted by meal prep for dinner. “No, you don’t get it. Listen to what the Bible says, ‘
13 Whenever I hold back the rain or send locusts to eat up the crops or send an epidemic on my people, 14 if they pray to me and repent and turn away from the evil they have been doing, then I will hear them in heaven, forgive their sins, and make their land prosperous again. 15 I will watch over this Temple and be ready to hear all the prayers that are offered here.” Teenage singing-songwriting sensation, Zoe.L, has commanded her mother’s undivided attention with the word of God. Zoe is 15, mom is 51. The elder inquires what scripture the teenager is reading.
Without skipping a beat, Zoe.L offers her source, “2 Chronicles, 7:13 [Good News Translation]”
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Dyonne’s History in Radio
Our beautiful Dyonne is an Ambassador for Christ–the anointed one, and the blessings God has placed on her life distinguish her: including a face for TV, a voice for Radio and a special anointing for facilitating deliverance with her powerful God-given healing ministry. Breaking with traditions of social media engagement to “go her own way” Dyonne serves hearty episodes of spiritual food to sustain the hungry soul.
Thank you for connecting with us today. On behalf of Dyonne and her dedicated team; tune in again, for the next Dyonne Lewis Show: Faith Talk.
“If you can’t fly then run if you can’t run then walk if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” Martin Luther King Jr.
Dyonne started her radio career at CKCU FM 93.1 [The Mighty 93.1] in Ottawa, the nation’s capital when she volunteered in 1989 as a student at Carleton University…interviewing Dr. Glenda Simms for the Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) radio show. Dr. Simms was the newly appointed president of the Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women, at the time.
Dyonne’s radio play debut featured a breakout leading role in an Indo-Caribbean production where she was cast as the ingénue opposite the author and poet, Dwayne Morgan. Freddie Kissoon Calabash Alley radio play reprised by award-wining director Luther Hansraj with Yvette Martin as stage manager, and starring multi-award-winning actress, of film/TV/Stage, Alison Seally-Smith from Street Legal fame, marked Dyonne’s stage left exit from acting in 1998. She married in 1999.
In the summer of 2019, Dyonne Submitted a young talent’s single to a Toronto radio station:
The Story of Zoe.L–an up and coming singer songwriter born in Toronto–an inspirational one-one-one studio interview with an 11-year-old [now 15] who reaches out to the president of an acclaimed recording studio after being cut off from guitar lessons because she failed to practice between $30.00 half-an-hour private sessions.