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Deon C. Sanders (Pen name: Deno Sandz) was born in the south, raised and resides in Chicago, is a father of six working in the educational field and has been a fiction author for the last ten years. He has published novels such as: “Miss Mary Weather: A Southern Nightmare” (2000), “Pen of Iniquity” (2008), “I,AM” (2010), and has numerous unpublished works. He is a motivational speaker, writes phenomenal articles on every aspect of society, short stories that transcends the heart, soul, and mind of the reader, poetry that convokes emotions, lyrics that embraces the genre of the music industry, and movie screenplays. He is also the owner/creator of Deno Sandz Productions/Six Shortyes Films. Fans can follow Sandz on facebook, twitter, and linkedin..

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Chicago Female Preacher and HER Spoken Literature: Celebrating Women Month

Apr 17, 2011

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There are a few women preachers on the rise that has proclaimed Jesus Christ and has struggled for years to be heard and respected as literary scribes in the pulpit.  These women preachers with a common center for literary thought understands clearly that the foundation of black literature derives from the church and its mortar is laid secretly in the bible.  Preaching so literarily powerful ignites a dynamic spirit disruption that can only be written down before vocalized to a congregation eager to listen. 

The liberation of female preachers’ here in Chicago can only be described or characterized as a literary phenomenon, having in my opinion an outer body experience; a calling per say. Not only at the podium, but at their conclave of thought and prayer of being passed over because of their gender, knowing passionately they too should be able to spread the gospel by penning literary sermons.

Several weeks ago on the day of rest, Reverend Dr. Nancy Sanders invited me to bare witness to her artistic literary art as a woman preacher in Chicago. Her literary flow of biblical knowledge and prideful rhetoric blended with a liberation attitude of black women preachers’ segregation of the past and present from the pulpit, showed me that the female preacher’s theological literature is a champion for the saved person and the person steadfast at the fork on their own spiritual path.  This sermon captured my spirit as a man, having me appreciate women’s lib and its religious impact on a traditional premise.