Omarosa O. Manigault is a minister not a witch! has been ordained as a minister.
Omarosa is not stranger to controversy, headlines and mayhem. Late last year her brother was killed. She released the following statement after the incident: “We thank everyone for their amazing outpouring of support surrounding the tragic death of my brother Jack. Right now it is an extremely difficult time and we ask that you allow family privacy to grieve and make all necessary arrangements.My brother was so special to us! We loved him unconditionally. And we were so proud of him when he turned his life around and gave his life to God two years ago”
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Now, she intends to serve the Lord. She says,”I intend to continue my seminary studies and to fully discover what God’s plan is for my life and ministry,” Omarosa said.
The former TV star was already serving as an assistant pastor at her home church, the Weller Street Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles, Ca. After a year of service, she was unanimously approved to become a reverend by the ordination committee of the church in mid-February. She is currently enrolled in the doctorate of Ministry program at Payne Theological Seminary in Ohio.
“This is the day that the Lord has made, I truly rejoice and am glad it is! This was one of the most profound days of my life and my ministry,” Omarosa said of her ordination. “How amazing I feel to serve God.”
Omarosa said that she has made a very personal decision to dedicate her life to the service of the kingdom of God.
“Sunday was a very special day for me in terms of my ministry and spiritual growth,” Omarosa told BlackVoices.com. “God is in control and I’m moving in divine direction!” She says that she plans to continue her studies and also to discover God’s plan for her life. In other career moves she is also the editor of the newly launched “Reality Magazine“. Reality Weekly, the first weekly magazine devoted exclusively to the hottest reality shows on TV and their stars.
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