Jane Efua Asamoah enjoys writing in her journal about her seemingly ordinary encounters with God and people. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology from University of Ghana and her master’s degree in social work from University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. She was born and raised in Ghana, West Africa, but has lived most of her adult life in the United States of America.A full-time mom, she currently lives in Roanoke with her husband and their three precious boys. She leads the prayer ministry at her church and sees it as a great joy and honor to partner with other believers in leading children in the ways of Jesus. Jesus commissioned believers to make disciples, which she believes begins in our homes.
Our Logo's Symbolism of Wisdom Passed Through Generations
Our logo's story is deeply rooted in the Sankofa bird, a powerful Ghanaian (African) symbol representing the wisdom of looking back to move forward. The Sankofa bird embodies the idea that understanding our past informs our journey toward a brighter future.
At Gems for Generations, the Sankofa bird symbolizes the importance of honoring our heritage and learning from history. Just as the Sankofa bird looks back while moving forward, it represents the act of passing down wisdom and values from one generation to the next.