For those Christians who have been bad-mouthing rappers like Kanye West and Jay-Z, condemning Kelly Rowland for music like “Kisses Down Low,” and saying Michelle Williams should not be singing secular music, an LA pastor says you are in the wrong.
On Sunday, August 25, Touré Roberts of One Church International blasted the “religious demons” in the church, apologized to Rowland and Williams, and affirmed their careers, while suggesting they had been called by God to the world.
It all began with a live performance of Williams’ comeback gospel single, If We Had Your Eyes, which marks the return of the Destiny’s Child member to the Christian genre.
During her introduction of the song, she shared how she began attending Roberts’ church a few months ago after good friend Rowland and another acquaintance raved about it.
“It’s been amazing. I’ve been coming to this church, it’s been some months now. And today I felt something I’ve never felt before. I don’t know what’s going on but [I feel] so much freedom, so much happiness and light—literally,” she chuckled, referring to the bright lights on the stage.
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