Our Mission

Our mission is to help women identify misconceptions and veils that have hindered them from walking in freedom, purpose and destiny.

Destiny Unveiled Founder, Destiny Oribhabor

Our Founder's Story

When it comes to being a woman, or a human for that matter, it's easy to be preoccupied with an “image” of perfection and yet we can be dying inside. We can post beautiful selfies and look put together, which may be contrary to what is really going on inside our hearts.  In 2010, the Lord gave me this word Unveiled the summer before starting my graduate school program, and I thought that was it. That with this new found revelation, life would be smooth-sailing. Little did I know soon after getting my Master’s degree in 2012, the revelation would be the beginning of my journey. Before He would allow me to spread this message, God was restoring, and still is, my brokenness. My parents named me Destiny due to unfortunate circumstances surrounding my birth. What the enemy meant for evil, God used it for good. In 2016, God clearly told me that apart of my purpose was to help women identify their own.

 But when one turns to the Lord, the veil is removed.  Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.  And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another. For this comes from the Lord who is the Spirit.  2 Corinthians 3:16-18 (ESV)

What does this mean? That when we turn to God (the author/finisher), He removes our mask/veil. Being naked, transparent exposed and bare before Him pushes us to experience freedom. The freedom in Christ allows us to remove the preconceived notions of what we think we are supposed to be as women of God, in order for Him to show us who He wants us to be and the mission He has for us. We all have a destiny and path that God has already set for us.  As we journey through life, God reveals our destiny. This process takes time. There is a misconception that we must only showcase our best, and we can spend our life sitting on the sidelines, until we are “perfect.”

I believe that God will use Destiny Unveiled to reach women in and outside of the church. Our desire is to gather women together and provide resources to help them walk in freedom, in light of what it means to live unveiled. Through an unveiled life we can fully walk in purpose, imperfections and flaws, all for His glory.

 Out of our deepest pain, comes our purpose. I am living proof.

 With Love,

Destiny Oribhabor