The hip, mega-pastors of Oxygen Network’s new Preachers of L.A. are using social media to reach out to the masses of young people who need spiritual guidance.
The new docu-series Preachers of L.A. on Oxygen Network is bringing a different approach to evangelism by using social media and broadcast media to deliver their messages of salvation and prosperity.
On Tuesday, Sept. 3, the preachers — Bishop Noel Jones, minister Deitrick Haddon, Bishop Clarence McClendon, Pastor Jay Haizlip, Pastor Wayne Chaney, and Bishop Ron Gibson — held a “church service” on Twitter.com.
The preachers delivered digital bits of practical advice and spiritual anecdotes to their Twitter audience, without getting too preachy.
Preachers of L.A., which premieres on Wednesday, Oct. 9, will give young people a glimpse into the lives of six mega-pastors from Los Angeles.
From pro skateboarder Pastor Jay Haizlip to Grace Jones’ brother Bishop Noel Jones to Bishop Clarence McClendon, who reaches millions of homes via international broadcast each week, Preachers of L.A. will explore the human side of these ambitious and very powerful men of faith.
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