Let's Read, Shall We?

Let’s Read, Shall We?

Happy World Book Day ??

(Yup! I pulled out of a pretty good book to post this, so you’d better read to the end lol)

Books are grossly under-rated, but it’s nice to see the international community come together to celebrate the one dynamically evolving tool that we rely on most heavily to shape our children’s future. From E-books to hard-cover, audiobooks to paper backs, a good book is a treasure field – how much you get from it depends on how much you dig.

As part of this year’s celebration, I’d be giving copies of The CHASE (audio book) to the 1st, 24th and 50th people to subscribe to the Inner Court Newsletter (it’s where all the juicy stuff happens: free classes AND books, events etc). Just scroll up and hit the subscribe button.

In other news, I’m at the halfway mark with reading the books for this season: Seven Mountain Prophecy by Johnny Enlow was such a juicy read (Inner Court members will get the review of course), and Debola Deji-Kurunmi‘s Firebrand Forerunners is on the front and center burner (that woman is such a gift). Dave Burgess’ Teach Like a Pirate is all that’s left to read (even though I’m eyeing Robert S. McGee’s Search for Significance too).

Books by Hadassah would have updates (sneak peeks, excerpts and stuff) on the books that I am currently writing, and I think Deborah’s Court may be counting down to new audio tracks, especially with the 1st anniversary this month.

Let’s not spill too much juice. I’m headed back to the books??✌️✌️✌️ #MissionPossible must be possible

Love and light,
Hadassah bath YHWH
The Father’s Daughter


P.S.: this sort of news is what we share in the Inner Court newsletter, so to make sure that you do not miss out on juicy news, offers and events, I’d hit the subscribe button on this page (if I were you, of course)

Join the discussion


Jane Oluwadare

She helps neurodivergent people build income models, sustainable systems and learning structures suited to their own unique contexts, strengths and abilities.

Schooled as a Biochemist with clinical exposure and practice, the graduate of the University of Ibadan has spent several years curating knowledge and expressing the many facets of her talents and personality. She is now committed to showing the next generation how to do everything, and win by building bridges from the past, leveraging history, technology and innovation to forge a future that works for them.

As a coach, she continues to work with individuals (with special focus on neurodivergent people) to work through choke points in their different facets, finding strategies that'll push them through to the next phase.

With over 15 years of sewing under her belt, she has over time in her experience with a wide range of female clothing and the female form, constructed entire wardrobes from the scratch. She brings this wealth of exposure and experience to bear in running her fashion house (Hadassah's Stitches Fashion House), guiding the production of dresses for sale, leveraging on her gift for fabric selection to suit contexts and soothe sensory needs. She also teaches classes on garment construction, pattern drafting and the business of fashion.

An International Youth Council member and Global Youth Ambassador, she sits on the boards of several youth-led organizations in an advisory capacity; and continues to work with others to help develop children and young people to create a life of impact.

An avid food lover, chef and food critic, Hadassah spends her time creating new dishes, working as a private chef and running ZoéSpice Kitchen and Events. She is also curating her uniquely crafted kitchen secrets to be passed on. She puts all of her medical and nutritional experience together with over a decade of cooking and crafting recipes to create meal plans for her clients, helping them achieve a healthy lifestyle and desired body goal, based on everyday food items.

At the heart of her entrepreneurial ventures, she is the Executive Director of CriArt Skill Academy, a tech-driven school for creatives and neurodivergents to learn creative, social and life skills as backed up by their school curriculum. The wide array of options mean that no one is left behind, and there's an option that works for every student.

An avid writer, she uses her books and articles to educate, inform and entertain, making them valuable supporting resources in her work as a coach, mentor and teacher. They are available as e-copies, audiobooks, and in print.

At Phronesis Lighthouse, she continues to link people with knowledge, and ready to share, with people who are hungry to learn via programs, training, courses, and networking events.

She speaks, trains and consults, and has received numerous awards across her various spheres of influence.

At the very core of her being, Hadassah keeps chasing after The One who keeps her balanced and finds the ultimate fulfillment in her fellowship with the Holy Spirit. She quips that He is the real super power that keeps her functioning as an autistic person with ADHD, and often shares the insights He teaches her on Personal Development, Business Development and mindset reorientation according to the Word with Deborah's Court (her ministry expression).

Select your currency
USD United States (US) dollar