The Dyonne Lewis Show was founded on faith, a faith which has a good report, and God-produced spin-offs:
From the TV Talk Show, to the Radio Podcast Series, to the Pastoral Counselling Private Practice, the woman of God, Rev. Dyonne Lewis, added a fictional biography based on the alter-ego of a Black, Canadian female Pastor turned TV Talk Show Host; the novel is entitled, God Moves in Mysterious Ways: Me & Mr. Jones, there is the Spirit of Excellence Awards, a Charity Shopping Mall, Student-Co-op Program, Artist-Management Company, the Zoe’s World Screenplay, and TV Pilot, and the TV Film Festival, just to rhyme off a few projects to demonstrate that–we can certainly testify that the promises of God are, “Yes, and Amen.”
In the glory realm is an outpouring of God’s divine provision, and protection characterized by a mighty demonstration of the anointing.
The same God who created the universe is always ready to answer your prayers, regardless of who your are–God meets you at a location called faith. And you only need faith the size of a mustard seed. Sow your seed of faith in God, to reap a good harvest–from the tree of life.
Faith is taking the initiative to walk in a givin direction. Ancient Scriptures reference the peace of God which passes all-understanding–fight the good fight of faith as you learn not to trust in your own understanding but to recognize when God’s redirection, road block, yield sign, dead-end, stop, and go messages are given for your preparation for something greater or protection from something worse.
Digital Literacy Skills Training co-op / club is a cause-driven Socially Enterprising Media Campaign in the GTA, promoting Black Community & Visible Minority Skills Training in TV Production / Website / App Building and Capacity for generating Online Revenue. Theme: Stand Up Against the Odds & Online Hate.
We are accepting registration for the following programs:
- TV Production Internship
- Building E-Commerce Websites
- Digital Literacy App Development
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Call Toll-Free 1-866-610-4447
More information is available with a request for our Workshop Outline and/or add your name to sign-up to attend a pre-enrolment orientation session at 647-361-5189
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Should you require accommodation please make them known when contacted and we will work with you to meet your needs