Conservative megachurch pastor Bishop Larry Trotter of Chicago’s Sweet Holy Spirit Church says he’s withdrawn from a speaking engagement set for the Powerhouse Church of Deliverance in Indiana after learning that the church’s Pastor Keith McQueen is in a same-sex marriage.
Trotter, who is known for his gospel songs such as “My Worship Is for Real” and “It’s Only a Test,” was recently featured on a flyer along with gospel singer Le’Andria Johnson and others expected to appear at Powerhouse Church’s seventh anniversary weekend celebration set for May 16–19.
In an interview with “Larry Reid Live” on Monday, Trotter said he accepted the speaking engagement without full knowledge about the church or its leaders.
“It’s unfortunate now that you have to screen people before you accept an engagement and I was kinda floored when I saw the flyer yesterday with me speaking and the comment under it stating basically that I’m sanctioning same-sex marriage and ministry which is far from the truth,” Trotter said.
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