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Quickies, Rough Necks, and the Orphan Heart of a Woman

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IF YOU’VE EVER BEEN ABUSED (sexually, verbally, or mentally) you’ll remember when pulling hair, talking loud,calling you out of your name all meant a brother loved you. Professing rough necks over preppy dudes, bored and wanting more. When you met the love of your life and he softly caressed your hair, you asked him what was wrong BECAUSE LOVE DON’T FEEL LIKE THAT…IT SUPPOSED TO HURT. On your wedding night you wondered why a brother took his time in the art of lovemaking rather than a drive-by quickie? You even asked him, what was wrong BECAUSE LOVE DON’T FEEL LIKE THAT…IT SUPPOSED TO BE QUICK. Now the love of your life confused wondering why he’s not enough for you. Okay…seriously disturbed.

I overheard this song in the gym yesterday, bobbing to it (I’m a music lover) until the lyrics got me choked like a chicken bone in my neck. WHA–WHAT? An artist wrote a song about a vulnerable sister vomiting a lyrical love manifesto saying “I’ll just go ahead and give you my treasure, it’s just sex, making love is for whimps, I don’t love myself, so I can’t be good to you, let’s just f (bleep), forget the what-ifs (pregnancy, STD’s and AIDS), no emotions attached. WHA-What? Strong set up for sexual addictions. The most vivid example of schizophrenia I’ve ever met. Wake up & rebel against tossing your purity, & distinguish between reality and fantasy.Let God restore you. You were made for more. My heart grieves for the woman on this picture because although cartoonish, she does exist and she is out there thinking that this collection of abuse that she experiencing is her forever reality. Like the woman who was at the well, she is an awesome candidate to experience the love of Father God and be set free from the chains that bound her. #orphannomore

 

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Preacher Kids: The Power of Expression and Knowing God for Yourself by Danita Ogandaga

Peace Everyone! I recently spoke on the topic “Preachers Kids: The Power of Expression and Knowing God for Yourself on Saturday, June 9, 2012, at the Youth Revival located at the United Gospel Outreach Church in Kinston, North Carolina. What a powerful event and an awesome time we had. It is a wonderful thing when you can see people be drawn from the darkness to the light!

Although you may be a Preacher’s Kid (aka PK) like me or not, we are all called to share the good news of Jesus Christ. Social media and technology were created for us to be a light in this dark world. Religion and relationship with God leaves you conflicted wondering how you will go about fulfilling the will of God for your life, also known as your purpose, but God has sent the Holy Spirit to be that guide and helper.

When the loudest voice that you once had in your life to encourage you and move you along on a positive path cease from speaking, what will you do? Will you get sucked up in the expression of culture or will you cling to God and be a Preacher’s Kid?

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What People are Saying About “Preacher Kids: The Power of Expression and Knowing God for Yourself!”

“Woman of God thank you for being a willing vessel. Thank you!”Dena Bruton, Kinston, North Carolina

“Wow I feel like I am in a trance, I just finished listening to one of my favorite preachers Danita S ogandaga. She preached a  message that is so power packed and has such a prolific flow of information & revelation knowledge, I must go in for round two. I’m so in love with the uniqueness of your ministry gift, of how you articulate the word of god with such style, slimplicity, and passion!!!! ♥ ya so much.”- Andrea Garner, La Mesa, California

“This message spoke to my heart, encouraging me to !. know God for myself (relation not religion) use my own mind & not follow the worlds “set trends, not follow” 2. continue to P.U.S.H towards, and continue to pursue those dreams, desires and goals that God birth into my heart & not to settle for less. Don’t quit just because people say you can’t do it.”LaShanda Nichole Dillahunt

 “Certain People think that they are Buddy Buddy with God and without them the Ministry will stop: Some Ministry beleive and teach that only Men should grace and address the pulpit: But my Bible tells me that Our God is not a respector of person; and in saying that I know God can use who He wants, where He wants, when He wants to get His message across to His People”- Quinton Greeen, New Jersey

Danita, God really used you as a vessel tonight to convey his message!!!!!!!! Just like you mentioned it: It was not about your hairstyle, your nail polish, your clothes but the word of God!!!!!!!! Thank you for ministering to us!!!!! and Thank you Jesus for your awsome Daughter, Danita Solomom Ogandaga!!!!!!– Matsy Kombila, Fayetteville, North Carolina

 “I hope someone records your sermon! I knw its going to be off the hook!”- Karisa McDaniel, Facebook

“The Lord used her!” Alisha Pearson, Kinston, North Carolina

With love,

Danita Ogandaga