The former villain of reality TV shows such as "The Apprentice" entered United Theological Seminary in Dayton on Monday for studies to become a minister.
Omarosa has gone from Donald Trump's boardroom to her first day in the classrooms of an Ohio seminary.
Seminary President Wendy Deichmann had a welcome gift: a tiny mustard seed, a reminder of the Bible passage in which Jesus says an amount of faith even as small as a mustard seed makes all things possible.
Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth says few people have faith in her transformation, and that made it a wonderful present.
She's taking classes in the Old and New Testaments and the History of Christianity. She's also required to minister to the sick and dying at hospitals.
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