Sherry Mackey is the morning show producer for Michael Adrian Davis & The Early Morning Praise Party.
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Bishop T.D. Jakes will grace the cover of the November edition of JET Magazine. During the interview Bishop opened up about the moment during Megafest at his church, when Tyler Perry laid hands on him during Sunday morning worship service.
“When you start talking about prayer, no one is exempt from the need of it,” Bishop explained. “It doesn’t matter who it comes from as long as it comes from a place of purity.”
Many have criticized Tyler Perry praying for Bishop Jakes saying it was either staged or out of order and have chastised Jakes for taking part in such a “spectacle.”
The event took place on Sept. 1 at Potter’s House where Perry had just donated $1 million to TD Jakes ministries toward the construction of a youth center in Dallas. Afterwards Perry began to exhort and encourage the congregation to ignore haters then proceeded to speak in tongues and then layed hands on Bishop Jakes and prayed for him.
“I pray the power of God all over you. I pray His favor, I pray the blood of Jesus will come upon you right now. Keep you in His care. God, I thank You for your blessings!”
“When I’m asked what does filmmaking have to do with being a member of the clergy, I often direct them back to Jesus who told parables,” he told JET.
“If those stories were put to screen, they would be movies. The great commission calls Christians to go into the world and spread the Good News. We can use television, we can use books, but there are more people in the theaters on Friday nights than the pews on Sunday morning.”