- Nana Ama McBrown has celebrated the third anniversary of her special covenant with God
- The covenant is believed to have brought forth McBrown's daughter, Baby Maxin, when it seemed like she could not have a baby of her own
- McBrown, who first talked about this covenant on Baby Maxin's first birthday, praised God for keeping their covenant
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Star actress and TV personality, Nana Ama McBrown, is full of gratitude as she marks three years of a special covenant she made with God.
In a post on Instagram on Tuesday, September 1, 2020, McBrown shared a photo of herself wearing a beautiful dress made from kente.
Sharing the photo, the United Showbiz presenter showered praises on the almighty for keeping their covenant.
For the actress, God has proven Himself to be a covenant keeper and that makes Him the rock of ages.
McBrown, as it is widely known, did not have it easy with childbirth and had to wait till when she was 41 years old before she gave birth to her first biological child, Baby Maxin.
Since Maxin's birth in February 2019, McBrown has, on a number of occasions, recounted how she almost gave up on having a baby of her own.
After many struggles, her last resort was to run to God and according to her, she had a covenant with God for a baby.
While her latest post did not exactly state what covenant with, it is the one for a baby which has dominated her conversations.
Captioning the photo, McrBown wrote:
"I Had A Covenant With You My Lord Exactly Three Years Today And You Have Proven That Indeed You Are Covenant Keeping God. Thank you Rock Of Ages."
As part of her covenant with God, McBrown had promised to put up a building for Ashan Children's Home at Kodie near Kumasi.
Just as she promised, McBrown built and donated a canteen for the children's home when Maxin turned one year year old on February 21, 2020.
A video from the donation sighted by YEN.com.gh shows the canteen has been fully furnished with tables and chairs and it is ready for use.
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