The inspiration for Violet Glory Ministries was conceived in June 1999, shortly after Minister Osita Osagbue accepted Christ as her Savior and was re-birthed under the anointing of the Holy Spirit. Since her salvation, she has written over 60 songs and poems.
Violet Glory Ministries was formally incorporated in the state of Maryland on September 13, 2007. The vision is to be a ministry of healing and reconciliation for lost, weary souls (2 Corinthians 5:18-20). The method for fulling the vision is through discipling, social outreach, and creative arts.
A holy inspired core value to this God give ministry is that of PROETIK FLOW. This acronym stands for Positive Reinforcement of Each Treasure-Trove in Knowledge for Live Overflowing.
Violet Glory is an active outreach organization, ministering to the homeless and transient population of Washington, D.C. Similar to the ministry of Pastor Heidi Baker, her ministry is devoted to the poor and the abandoned youth. Pastor, Osagbue frequently ministers to her newfound friends in Franklin Park, which is located at 14th and K Street NW. A typical outing includes distribution of food, toiletries, and bible tracks. In addition, Pastor Osagbue ministers through open mike poetry, biblical counseling, mentoring, and prayer.
Every Sunday of each month, Pastor Osagbue holds services at the Center for Creative Non-Violence (CCNV) located at 425 2nd Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20001. These services are dedicated to those who would not normally attend a traditional church service. Endeavors of the near future include the establishment of transitional housing and the development of an after school mentoring and creative arts program.
In her spare-time Pastor Osagbue enjoys reading, composing songs, walking, and choreographing dance moves. Her daily prayer is that God opens her eyes to the needs of the poor, forsaken, and broken-hearted.