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Known as “Prophetesses,” these women speak as the interpreter through whom the will of God is expressed. In order for their legacy to continue, they must enlist a “protégé” and teach them how to carry on their gift. These Queens of the Church each have different styles and their own special way of delivering God’s […]

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  (L to R) Linda Roark, Taketa Williams, Kelly Crews and Belinda Scott star in Lifetime’s all-new docu-series Preach, premiering Friday, June 5, at 10pm ET/PT on Lifetime. It seems reality television cameras are leaving no stone unturned now that they are delving into the world of prophecy with Lifetime network’s latest docu-series “Preach” which […]

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*The Lifetime Network approached me about their upcoming docu-series “Preach,” produced by Core Media Group and slated to air on the network Friday, June 5th at 10:00 pm, EST/PT. “Preach” features four women prophets called by God to do his work on earth.  These prophetesses are Belinda Scott, Taketa Williams, Linda Rourk and Kelly Crews. […]

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Preach is about four powerful female leaders who believe God has given them the ability to heal the sick, see the future and rid people of their addictions.  Known as “Prophetesses,” these women speak as interpreters through whom the will of God is expressed. In this Elev8.com exclusive clip from episode 1, Prophetess Taketa Williams is […]

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VIA: MyColumbusJoy.com Just a month and a day after the memorial service of his wife MaLinda Sapp, Grand Rapids pastor and gospel music artist Marvin Sapp was back in the pulpit Sunday, addressing his congregation at Lighthouse Full Life Center Church on Burton Avenue SE.

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VIA: MyColumbusJoy.com Just a month and a day after the memorial service of his wife MaLinda Sapp, Grand Rapids pastor and gospel music artist Marvin Sapp was back in the pulpit Sunday, addressing his congregation at Lighthouse Full Life Center Church on Burton Avenue SE.

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What pastors should know about the new Hate Crimes Act. In October 2009, President Obama signed into law the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Hate Crimes Act as part of the National Defense Authorization Act. This legislation created a firestorm of controversy, with exaggerated and unfounded claims being made on all sides. According to some, […]