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Marrita Porter a dynamic servant of God centered on living for Jesus while encouraging others to do the same. By the Grace and Greatness of God, Marrita ministers the Great News! by the power of the Holy Spirit.


A Louisville, Kentucky native who is also a former collegiate women's basketball player, Marrita currently resides in Columbus, Ohio where she is a graduate of The Ohio State University and is currently completing her Master of Divinity (MDiv) at Fuller Theological Seminary.

"Your eternal life is the most important aspect of your earthly journey. Where will you spend eternity once your earthly life is over?" 

                                                                               -Marrita Porter


The Great News! is the grace and the greatness to become great like the Lord Jesus Christ according to John 1.14.


In Christ, we are saved, forgiven, delivered, set free, healed, great, deeply loved, renewed, radically transformed, and greatly blessed beyond measure! Surrender your life to Christ today, and be radically transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit! The devil has no more power or authority over your life because of the Cross of Christ. We are greatly blessed beyond measure in His name by faith because we are joint-heirs with Christ (Romans 8.17).


We are free to be great for God; for whom the Son has set free is radically, greatly, and globally free indeed! John 1.14, John 8.36, 1 John 4.17 


Your latter will be greater than your past (Haggai 2.9) because all things great are possible with God. Matthew 19.26 


No weapon formed against your greatness will prosper. Isaiah 54.17


"It's God's will for you to be great; for God is a spirit, and His Spirit is called, Greatness!"

                                                                                                                  -Marrita Porter

"We are therefore Christ's ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us. I implore you on Christ's behalf: 

Be reconciled to God." 2 Corinthians 5.20

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