I am a proud mother of one of God’s greatest blessings; “Dasia Amoni”. Though the pregnancy, labor and birthing was hard…especially being a single mother, I must say the out-come was successful. One of my mentors told me that once I laid eyes on her the power of love will be so overwhelming…and it’s true I didn’t want her out of my eyesight for a minute. Then the greatest challenge came on December 2, 2008. My baby was diagnosed with AV Canal Defect; known to many as, Congenital Heart Disease. To a new mother or any loving and caring mother for that matter, that made my heart drop and tears begin to flow. Learning this information and possibilities of major open heart surgery--I was horrified! Once I calmed down and got my head together, I began to rebuke the devil’s plan, call upon all prayer warriors and my leaders. During the waiting period of the doctor’s determining when they were going to do the surgery, I was giving instructions and a book of promises by my Bishop to pray and use daily to speak the word of God over my daughter until the day came. Now let me just say, I was and still am believing God for a miracle and the manifestation of my baby’s healing. The closer the date approached, it seems the more uneasy and timid I became --just keeping it real no mother wants her child, especially at the age of infant to one year to go through such procedure. But thank God for all the prayers and loving support of my mother, pastors and friends. I couldn’t have made it without all of you. Well Wednesday, April 29, 2009 came where surgery was happening…I use to hear stories about the wait…a procedure that was supposed to had been 4-6 hours seemed like 8 to 12 hours…and when the surgeon and nurse finally came in the waiting room…it seem like time stood still. After explaining to me what was suppose to be a complete repair of the heart, the surgery was incomplete. Due to the fact that there was not enough tissue to close the major hole opening of the heart. Because I was believing God for Completion--the out-come was devastating. All the strength I had, all the tears and emotions that I was holding back could not be contained anymore. I lost it! Broke down! The asking God, WHY started! I left the building! All while my mother and supporting family and friends WAITED. I just had to get away. Change the atmosphere. Once I got into a quiet place, I began to cry out to God. Pleading my cause on my daughter’s behave. The pleading and crying out soon turned into giving God all the honor and praise and worship for my baby still being alive and keeping His hands on her, guarding all the surgeon’s and nurse’s hands and allowing them not to error. Getting back into the hospital and walking in my daughter’s room, seeing her for the first time, My knees weaken and I started to fall to the floor. But thank God for nurse Lauren C catching me and being there, angel of strength to help ease the process and being there for my baby girl. Who was only (6) six months at the time of surgery. Never leaving my daughter’s bed side and continuing prayer, allowing worship music to flow into her room the entire (6) six days of recovery, shadowing the doctors and nurses every move and reports, I was able to provide and care for her…and because of my love for her and the power of God, before they could even take the breathing machine out, my baby was kicking and fighting to get off. Even in the midst of everything I saw the power of God so strong in that room to every iv, tube, and attachment that they had to remove she was always one step ahead of them. Doctors, Nurses, and Attendees were all amazed at her strength and happy state. It was if she had never had the surgery. Because once she was able to get up-- you just had to be there to see it. The room was filled with laughter and surprise. Everyone who entered into the room had to leave with passion, love, endurance, and hope. Seeing the hand of God move mightily in that PICU room------- Where little Miss Dasia Amoni was stronger than us all. Even though there are still more challenges to go. With God all things are possible. Dasia is now (4) years old. She is the most active , very smart; as if she has already been here before, loving and adorable little girl you have ever seen. Mommy loves you always and thanks God for you everyday. To me you are a blessing and my gift from God. Kisses!Through it all, God has never left usnor forsaken us. All our needs are met continually. And the Favor of God rest on our lives.
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