25 year old Laurina Rochelle, Howard University alumna and now former member of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Alpha Chapter walks us through her testimony for denouncing her organization and receiving deliverance. In this youtube post she discusses her experiences that led her up to this point and the specifics as to why she believes her organization wasn’t of God.

She goes on to say;

“I’m not here to bash anyone, but just spread the truth about greek organizations.

“I love each one of the women, I had the opportunity to meet through this organization.”

“Please remember “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”

“This is a spiritual battle, my war isn’t against the person, but the spirit behind it.”

We have seen mixed responses to her testimony.

” I am definitely a believer that God will remove you from a place that isn’t for you or where you aren’t suppose to be. However, that doesn’t mean that is a “bad” place just not where he wants you to be. I hope that people don’t get your testimony confessed with a reflection of an organization or something they need to take notes on and stop them from being on the destined path. ” a comment from a member of Delta Sigma Theta.

While on the other hand,

” I am proud of her for doing what she felt the Holy Spirit was telling her to do. Many refuse to speak up on the initiation processes with some of these sororities and fraternities and how conflicting it can be with your Christian faith. Great testimony Lala 🙌🏾”

In a later video she explains her undergraduate AKA process at Howard University. She explains in this post; “This is my testimony about receiving my deliverance and understanding the character of God and the nature of who He is as Abba (Father). This process reflects nothing of Christ and I will bear truth about it”. Followed by her new recent video warning greek org pastors and ministers.


  1. Pastor Fred Price Jr did a sermon on Greek organizations and the order of easter stars, Masons and Guards Very enlightening.

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