Patrina M Wright
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  • Whiteville, NC
  • United States
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City You Live In: (Add closest Major City in Parentheses)
Whiteville (Wilmington, Fayetteville)
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Gospel Feast Evangelistic Temple #4
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Saint Peter's College, Feasting Table Ministries School of Counseling
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I am the founder and president of a nonprofit organization fcoused on abuse prevention, advocacy and training. We provide trainings for faith communities, civic groups, professional organizations, youth organizations on how to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. I am also a minister, Christian counselor, conference speaker, recovery coach and author of Still Scarred, Totally Healed: Opening Your Heart and Mind to God's Healing of Past Hurts. A book proclaiming God's healing and wholeness to people suffering from the scars of abuse. According to the word of God, “INSTEAD OF SHAME MY PEOPLE WILL RECEIVE A DOUBLE PORTION, AND INSTEAD OF DISGRACE THEY WILL REJOICE IN THEIR INHERITANCE AND SO THEY WILL INHERIT A DOUBLE PORTION IN THEIR LAND, AND EVERLASTING JOY WILL BE THEIRS” (ISAIAH 62:7). WHATEVER HAS BEEN STOLEN FROM YOU, GOD WILL RESTORE. TOTALLY REBUILD, REPAIR, RECOVER AND REDEEM. HIS REDEMPTION IS EVIDENCE OF HIS LOVE FOR US.
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What is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?

Posted on January 24, 2010 at 9:23pm 0 Comments

Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) also known as Critical Incident Stress is an emotional and psychological reaction to trauma. Trauma can be defined as a painful shocking experience or event. Trauma has lasting effects on the individuals who witnessed or survived some type of abnormal event. Individuals who survived the following events are more than likely to suffer from PTSD war, terrorist attack, violent crime, suicide of a loved one, unexpected death of a loved one, diagnosis of a life… Continue

Have You Kissed Dating Good-bye?

Posted on January 24, 2010 at 9:20pm 3 Comments

According to a recent national survey by researchers at Rutgers University, 94 percent of singles stated that they want to marry their soul mate. However, many of them acknowledged a lack of confidence in being able to achieve this goal. Below are two stories from individuals who obviously followed their hearts, but forgot to consult their head in their relationships.

Listen to Marks’ story, he’s thirty-eight, and at the end of a three-year relationship:

I felt sorry for… Continue

Singleness Is Not a Disease

Posted on January 24, 2010 at 9:16pm 0 Comments

As important as marriage is in our society, one would think that preparing for marriage would be just as equally important. Unfortunately for most people planning the wedding is more important that planning for a successful marriage. When I entered marriage I was 31 years young, and unprepared emotionally, spiritually, or financially. I was in pursuing my degree and living at home with my parents. I was a single mom working full-time and going to school full-time.

My father who is… Continue

Pursue the dream

Posted on January 24, 2010 at 9:13pm 0 Comments

What is a dream? A dream is something that we’d love to accomplish. It’s something we have become passionate about being, doing or having. A focus so sharp, we can actually visualize it happening. A dream is our purpose or life mission. The moment we make up our minds to pursue the dream it becomes a goal.

What your mind can conceive, you can achieve. You have to be able to see it before you can receive it. You have to set a target date for making your dreams come true. But leave… Continue

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At 7:36pm on April 26, 2013, Liz said…

Greeting in the name of Jesus Christ,

I feel with joy and honour to write you after reading through

your pleasant page on BPN, I genuinely hope that

our meeting would be a sincere blessing in our life.

I'm Liza, I am nice, friendly, reliable and optimistic.

I, of course'willing to have you as a positive spiritual family

and i also have testimony that needs to be shared with you!

Pls, feel free to In box me for more communication.

Take Care, Until then! I look forward to heared

from you soon. Thank You,and God bless you.

Kind Regards


At 9:35am on January 3, 2012, G.U.W. MINISTRY said…

At 7:20pm on December 25, 2011, Barry S. McLeod said…

Likewise, Patrina. Please keep in touch. And thank you for viewing the video of 'Never Too Late'. God continue blessing you...

At 11:32am on March 15, 2011, Saintified Soul Sistah said…
please forgive me for the lateness in response. may God abundant blessing overtake you! njoy this day, ON PURPOSE!
At 2:40pm on December 18, 2010, The Apostle said…

I would love to speak with you about The Essence of a Woman Summit. Add me as a friend so we can chat some.

At 9:17pm on December 14, 2010, Evangelist Tabitha S. George said…

Praise the Lord Minister Wright,

Thank you so very much for your words of encouragement and friendship.  I've discovered that ministry is very hard work, not so much the actual lifting the Word, but keeping the flesh in check... but I thank God for his grace and mercy, and how he keeps us even when we don't want to be kept; now that is an awesome God.  I pray God continues increasing your territory as he provides unmerited favor upon you, my sister.  If you should get a chance, please visit my website and provide your feelings about the youth working in ministry.  Some of us feel displaced and unwanted, but the men and women of God who are here to serve God's people may have a different concept of the purpose of young people.


Love you...

Evangelist Tabitha

At 10:02pm on November 26, 2010, GOD'S APOSTOLIC AMBASSADORS said…
Bless you woman of God ...... Happy for the Friend Connection..Great BLOG OSTS!

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At 9:56pm on November 26, 2010, GOD'S APOSTOLIC AMBASSADORS said…

At 4:28pm on November 9, 2010, Nikki McDougald said…
Shiloh United Church of Christ
4150 Hummingbird Place
Fayetteville NC, 28312
Pastor: Rev. Andre Ivy

Gospel Piano Player

January 1, 2011

The music department of Shiloh U.C.C. is seeking a qualified and creative part-time piano player to play every Sunday of the month for the Women’s Choir, Men’s Choir, Young Adult/Youth Choir, and the Mass Choirs. Shiloh U.C.C. enjoys a mix of contemporary and traditional gospel music. Interested candidates must be able to teach vocal parts, recommend new songs, work with a team, work with the current Minister of Music and follow directions. Additionally, the part-time piano player must be able to travel with choirs and the church congregation in support of the pastor for invitations at other churches. The candidate must be able to practice with choirs at least twice a week in preparation for Sunday morning service. Candidates that can read music is a plus (not mandatory).

Shiloh United Church of Christ is located in rural Fayetteville, NC close to the Baywood subdivision and golf course. The church is under new leadership and headed in a new direction. To get in on the ground level of a growing ministry will be both musically and spiritually rewarding.

• Candidates must have at least five years of experience in playing for a church or in a church setting.
• Must have own transportation
• Must be dependable
• Must be able to play both traditional and contemporary gospel

Interested candidates should submit a resume and three professional references to Deacon Ronald McDougald at .

Deacon Ronald McDougald
(910)-213-4369 (home)
At 12:48am on August 22, 2010, DR. ROY KENNEDY FARLEY JR. said…


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