I was blessed to have Dr. Marvin Sapp stop by the Praise Studio on Monday and had a ball when he literally “took over” the studio.
But little did I know some of y’all started spreading the rumor that I lost my job! To coin a phrase from the esurance commercial… “That’s not how it works… That’s not how any of this works!”
I guess it didn’t help that I took a day off the next day because I was under-the-weather, but gossips… keep your mouth off me. I love you, but keep your mouth off me. It was merely a promotional tour for Pastor Sapp’s new CD “You Shall Live” and a day off. Or was it… (giggling)
The perfect storm for the haters I suppose. Proverbs 16:28 “A dishonest man spreads strife, and a whisperer separates close friends.”
After the Marvin Sapp Takeover… all smiles! via: Deb Foster – Radio One
Tamela Mann will be in town for the Glory to God Gospel Explosion tomorrow night at Greater Grace Temple.I had an opportunity to talk to Tamela about the concert, what it was like to be a host for the Stellar Awards, and how she and husband David Mann feel about their tremendous success in particular, over the last 4-years.
I had the awesome privilege to speak to six of the ten real life siblings, The Showers the other day. They are so filled with energy and love, and are the latest family collective to take the gospel music scene by storm. Quickly likened to the genre’s prized family acts The Winans, The Hawkins, and more, the Louisiana natives first gained notoriety aboard the success of their top-selling 2009 independent debut album ‘Hear My Prayer’. Going on to land the group top industry honors from ‘Rhythm of Gospel’ to ‘En-Sound’ Awards, the album also courted acclaim from some of entertainment’s most endeared critics. (via: TheShowers.org)
Find out why here:
Their emotionally driven 2nd single, “Better” written and produced by one of gospel’s most noted artists, Deon Kipping, is currently gaining traction at radio.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Speaking out to media for the first time, international gospel singer and preacher Dr. Marvin Sapp sat down with ABC 57 to address his connection to the Teleka Patrick case.
Sapp, pastor of Lighthouse Full Life Center Church in Grand Rapids, found himself in the middle of a police investigation when 30-year-old Teleka Patrick disappeared. “I don’t know much about the details of the case, other than the fact that I really feel terrible for her family,” Sapp said.
In early April, Patrick’s body was found in a lake in Porter Indiana, less than a mile away from where her car was found on the side of I-94. “I can’t even imagine my daughter ending up in that type of situation.” Sapp explained.