HOPE (Helping Oppressed People Everywhere)




Traveling from Sudan to Pittsburgh, PA for a better life……….
Watching your baby recover in the hospital…….
Wondering if you’ll make the team……..
Hoping you’ll get a joy after 48 months unemployed……..

These are the questions that many people think about on a daily basis and as a result, their hope is waning and their light of hope is growing dim.

No matter what you are going through know that you can make it. It may seem like every door in your life is closing and you can’t breathe but keep gasping if you have to.

Trials come from the north, south, east, and west in order to build our muscle and complete trust in God.

Raise your expectation and learn to see things from a higher perspective. Coming to hope may be a task at times, but you’ll enjoy the benefits maintaining your peace as well as the watching the amazing views ahead while you’re trusting for your promise to come.

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Deeper Worship

Deeper Worship

Worship time with God is getting amazing by the day. Each day, I am overwhelmed by the love God has for me. His love reaches beyond our fits and failures, God’s love heals, instructs, and guides. Seeking new perspective on life and in awe of how to see from God’s perspective. That is worship!

Orphan Spirit

Excerpt: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Orphans


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Orphans walk with one eye present to be among the living, but a constant twitching in the eye because at any moment they made be yanked back into a system of bondage that they desparately want to escape. Traveling around from here to there with a stack of luggage on their back, if not visable to the eye, it is emotional weight that constantly feeds the track of their minds with full occupants in a race, going round and round, and around. These mental demons are on a treadmill attacking confidence, belonging, identify, inheritance, healing, and a possible future of peace.

This is the orphan spirit. A behavior that manfests what we belive we are not entitled to because we are unworthy to recieve such an awesome gift from a loving God. There is no need to prove yourself to your Daddy God. He knows what you are capable of whether you are holding a gun in your hand, a bag of weed, or a can of Bud Light burping incessiantly. God loves you and He does have a plan for your life. Associate yourself with the belief that no matter what I have done, Daddy God still loves me and has a place for me in His kingdom. Desire to be there and turn away from your current activity knowing that you have been adopted.

(An excerpt from Danita Ogandaga’s upcoming series, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Orphans”  available for release June 2012).