This issue of Destiny Magazine shares the amazing Lorna Dueck’s journey to becoming the Chief Executive Officer of Crossroads Christian Communications. She presides over the Yes TV channel and 100 Huntley Street, which are a part of Crossroads, headquartered in Burlington, Ontario in Canada.

We are also pleased to feature the powerful testimony of Pastor Tayo Ojajuni of Covenant Chapel, the first ever branch of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) in Canada, now with over 160 branches across the nation. A software engineer who got called to Kingdom service, he is pursuing his assignment of redeeming destinies and restoring dominion, with undisputed evidence of miracles, signs and wonders.

World-renowned evangelist Morris Cerullo is our Kingdom General, as a result of his incredible work in pulling out souls from the jaws of Satan. Tye Trebbett is in our Kindom Spotlight, with all his musical energy! Also, we have Ethan Flowers, Toronto’s Christian music DJ, who is the Kingdom entrepreneur of the season.

After a successful run of the Fruits of The Spirit series, I am pleased to introduce the nine Gifts Of The Spirit, a series that I am writing on knowledge, wisdom, prophecy, faith, healing, miracles, discerning of spirits, diversity of languages and interpretation of languages. In this series, I will explore the influence of the spirit of God in our destinies.

We also present six truths about the essence of true joy. Our Kingdom Ministers are singer Tasha Cobbs, teacher Dan MacDonald, best-selling author Joyce Meyer, leadership expert Tim Day, and visionary leader Francis Chan. In our Ministry Profile, the story of Victorious Living Group, founded by Pastor Lynette Farrier, tells how the lives of women are being changed. The power of determination is the subject in our Kingdom Passport series.

As usual, we present information about Christian resources, testimonies, social media, television schedules, ministry and business directories, and so much more. We appreciate the ministries and businesses that partner with us by way of advertising, and those who encourage and support this much-needed initiative, financially or otherwise.

In His Majesty’s Royal Service,

Moses A. Mawa


Patricia Bebia Mawa

Associate Publisher