A warm welcome…

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Best described as eagle-eyed, a deep thinker, and a catalyst.

They say it’s always good to know the story behind the story, so this is an attempt to tell you a little bit about myself.

My interests include music, politics, history, culture, business, economics, religion, philosophy, art, photography, technology, science, fashion, books and anthropology.

I am blessed to have been brought up in a home with deep appreciation of life, faith and music. My parents had a very diverse collection of music; afrobeat, country, jazz, soul, gospel, hymns, blues, hi-life, rock, native African, latin beats, calypso, reggae, pop… The legend has it that they had just got back from one of their usual night outs with friends when my Mum went into labour! I guess I must have been jamming well before I stepped into the stage of life — chortle! Dad use to wrap-up his working week on his Akai and Sansui sets, dropping tracks while enjoying food and drinks with friends. They were sooo cool — I couldn’t wait to grow-up!

I had a Damascene Conversion in the summer of 1993, then the real adventure began! While I might not be where I’m supposed to be — really who knows? I’m sure glad I’m not where I used to be. I’m married to Dennisia, and we are blessed with Ezra, Jahaziel, Jeshurun, Evangeline and Chloe.

A warm welcome to the website for Healingsprings fellowship!

Clement Akran

Pastor, Healingsprings fellowship

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While here, you can also check out my new book: Echoes of Mercy, Whispers of Love,
http://www.echoesofmercywhispersoflove.com

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