OGCJ is a clothing company that stands for Only God Can Judge. We aspire to make a difference in the world through fashion. Yes, the world may seem bleak, but we at OGCJ, consciously choose to focus on the good. OGCJ believes in the power of positivity and aims to inspire, empower, and help individuals express themselves. We do this by creating meaningful and fun styles.
As we observe society, we can't help but witness the way humans judge one another. As they do, they create pain, separation, and sometimes even suffering. That is why one of our main goals is to lessen judgment. People tend to judge others simply because they look, talk, or come from a different place. However, we are all God's creation. "You shall love your neighbor as yourself. There is no other commandment greater than these." Mark 12:31 (ESV)
We also recognize the harmful judgment people put upon themselves. The suicide rate in America and throughout the world is astronomical and heart-wrenching, and not okay. That is why we try to empower individuals not to judge themselves. We are all doing the best we can, right? Society can be a hard place to "fit into." Instead, let's love ourselves the way God loves us. Even if that requires small baby steps. It's a journey and we are here beside you.
We are on a difficult, but not an impossible, journey, and we continue because we believe. We believe that we can make a difference and will.
We could not have done or continue to do any of this without you. You inspire us and keep us going. Thank you for being here, reading this, and for helping OGCJ spread the love and lessen judgment. We appreciate you!
OGCJ is a woman-owned business. It was founded and trademarked by Deana Delrose in 2014.
We donate 10% of all sales to nonprofits. Please see our Mission page for more information.
OGCJ embraces the LGBTQ+ Community.
OGCJ operates out of New Jersey.
Romans 14:13 (ESV)
"Therefore let us not pass judgment on one another any longer, but rather decide never to put a stumbling block or hindrance in the way of a brother."