The Joyful Focus Podcast is a ministry of Joyful Way Incorporated - a non-denominational evangelistic group that spreads the gospel through contemporary music. The basis of faith of Joyful Way is the whole counsel of God as revealed in the Holy Scripture. The quest to save the lost and perishing souls, as well as mentor and train the youth in every generation has been the focus of this ministry.
Joyful Focus Podcast Episode 6 - "Bad things happen to good people.”
Who is a good person? Why do good people have to face or go through bad things? Join Host, Nhyira Sam and guests, Rafik Malik and Jane Nti for responses to this in the face of difficult times.
Joyful Focus Podcast Episode 5 - “Christianity is opposed to science.”
In your opinion is science opposed to Christianity? Why or why not? What do we know about how science and Christianity have interfaced throughout the history of the church? Julia Aryee-Atta and Jeanne Ewurama Roberts join Host, Nhyira Sam to share key insights to the topic, "Christianity is opposed to science”.
Joyful Focus Podcast Episode 4 - “Pornography is okay. I’m not hurting anyone.”
Are you or have you ever been addicted to porn? If you have not been addicted, have you tried to help someone who is? Panyin Essuman and Michael Sowah share on practical steps and measures to take to overcome pornography.
Joyful Focus Podcast Episode 3 - "It’s impossible to become like Christ on Earth."
Do you think about perfection? Do you believe that perfection on earth is attainable? Nhyira Sam hosts Phinehas Arthur and Ruth Sam on the contested topic, "It’s impossible to become like Christ on Earth".
Joyful Focus Podcast Episode 2 - "Money Is The Root Of All Evil."
The main question we seek to answer is: How does a Christian keep himself/ herself from the love of money? And when it comes to money, how much is enough? Join Eliza Sowah, Edwin Kommey and Host, Nhyira Sam as they delve deep into discussions on the misconception, "Money is the root of all evil".
Joyful Focus Podcast Episode 1 - "Dealing With Suffering."
Pain can be very excruciating. Do you sometimes wonder where suffering comes from? How do we deal with pain/suffering? In this first episode of the series, "Popular Misconceptions" our guests Victoria Kotey and Pastor Samuel Offei share on how to deal with suffering.