Evangelist Rita is a true ambassador for Christ. She is not ashamed to spread the Gospel, from social media to the pulpit.
Since Evangelist Rita's first public sharing of her testimony in 2008, various doors have been opened. God has indeed been with Rita in a strong way and has given her the power and wisdom to carry out the tasks that He divinely appointed to her.
Evangelist Rita began attaining certificates of achievement and completion for various areas of Biblical and Theological Studies in September 2007.
In May 2008 Evangelist Rita was ordained the first Deaconess of ”The True Church of Christ For Sinners Only " under the Leadership of Elder Raleigh Medley.
In November 2011, Evangelist Rita was given the invitation and opportunity to preach her first trial sermon outside of her home church entitled “There are Giant's in The Land."
In June of 2013, she received her Certification in Christian Counseling from Evangel Cathedral Central Bible School, located in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
Having ministered to a variety of people, Evangelist Rita has a unique anointing when it comes to teens and young adult females. Her community involvement with these ladies has been a growing asset to the ministry that God has appointed unto her.
In 2012 Evangelist Rita assisted "Hands of Hope" with an abstinence program where she facilitated a class on abstinence to Middle School Students at MacArthur Middle School in Fort Meade, Maryland.
Evangelist Rita aspires to help Teens/Young Women to see Jesus clearly as the Loving Father that he is and bring them to an awareness, healing and point of restoration through the power of the Word of God. Rita is the founder of "Naomi's Daughter, Sister Ruth Inc" an Outreach Ministry dedicated to Inspire and Encourage Women in Their Spiritual Walk through Biblical Principles, and Mentoring.
Evangelist Rita is also the proud mother of three wonderful boys Maurice, Marco, and Marcus Washington. They reside in Glen Burnie, Maryland.
About her book: Who Told You, You Were Naked? Overcoming The Lies We Believe"
In Rita Dorsey’s first literary accomplishment, “Who Told You, You Were Naked” she gives the true account of how she overcame the lies and deception of the enemy concerning her purpose, her conquering of sexual impurity and her embracing God’s destiny for her life!