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From New York Restoration Choir's Speak to My Heart, We Fall Down and Stand McClurkin has delivered anthems of encouragement and praise that transcends religion worldwide. With over a million Twitter and Facebook followers, the humble Pastor of
The public-health system has benefited from a donation of medical supplies valued at approximately $67.5 million from international gospel recording artiste and pastor, Donnie McClurkin, through his Perfecting Faith ministries. Minister of Health Dr
Label Congratulations to Grammy and Stellar Award winner's triple threat, J...The singer, composer and producer along with longtime business partners Paul D. Allen and Walter Kearney flipped their production company into a full fledged record label.
Reverend Dr Kay Morris, a Canadian resident of Jamaican descent, recently signed a major distribution deal with Universal Records in the United States and Serious Records Inc. The deal was signed after she finished second in the Prayze Factor Awards
15th Annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration 1/31 10:47am Patti Labelle. (Photo by Peter Kramer/Getty Images) Praise the pigskin! There presumably won't be any wardrobe malfunctions amid the spirited singing at the 15th Annual Super Bowl Gospel
Railroad Park Birmingham Skyline.jpg The Birmingham News The stars are coming out for Birmingham's Empowerment Week , five days of activity that culminates on Sept. 15, the 50th Anniversary of the bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church.
August 18, 2013 11:39PM The purging of Grammy Award winner Donnie McClurkin from performing at a concert commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1963 civil rights March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s I Have a Dream speech should
46 pm Read more Get Entertainment Newsletters: In 2007 I was a part of a contingent that protested against an Obama fundraising concert featuring gospel singer and "ex-gay" Donnie McClurkin in Columbia, S.C. That was the event where McClurkin said
The Washington Post reporter today that Mayor Vince Gray (D-Washington, D.C.) confirmed it was he who pressured gospel singer Donnie McClurkin to back out of Saturday's city-sponsored concert honoring the late Martin Luther King, Jr. McClurkin was
McClurkin was scheduled to perform at the D.C. government-sponsored concert with other singers at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial during the Reflections on Peace From Ghandi to King event...Gray (D), who fielded concerns from the activists Friday,