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Jekalyn Carr Earns Fourth Billboard #1 Spot With New Single “Changing Your Story”


America’s renowned gospel singer and prolific songwriter Jekalyn Carr has earned for the fourth time the #1 spot on Billboard’s gospel chart for her prophetic single “Changing Your Story

Undoubtedly one of this generation’s most celebrated young talents, Carr, has amassed a lot of

successes at her young age.

This historic accomplishment marks Carr’s 4th #1 song by the young age of 23, and “Changing Your Story” is her 6th Top 10 radio single.

The high-powered and deeply personal song, “Changing Your Story,” is signature Jekalyn Carr. The music is vibrant and spirited while Carr’s well-known vocals, depth, and fullness bring it to life. “This song is a personal testimony,” said Carr. “It hit home for me, knowing how God has turned my story around. But I wanted this to be something — a push or a reminder that God has changed your story, and He will do it again.”

Carr, a 4x Grammy nominee, multiple Stellar Award winner, and Dove Award winner, is prepping for her fifth full-length album, CHANGING YOUR STORY, which is due October 23. Recorded live last October, at the famous festival “Praise In The Park” in Atlanta, CHANGING YOUR STORY captures all the energy, excitement, and power, making this one of the most anticipated gospel albums of 2020.

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Stellar Awards: Tasha Cobbs & Kirk Franklin Emerged As Big Winners (Full List)


The 35th Stellar Awards night was held virtually on Sunday, August 23rd with Tasha Cobbs and Kirk Franklin emerging as the biggest winner on the night – a show hosted by Kirk Franklin, Jonathan McReynolds, and Koryn Hawthorne.

Tasha Cobbs Leonard took away the prestigious and most coveted artist of the year award at the Stellar Gospel Music Awards, which were presented in a virtual event that aired on BET on Sunday (Aug. 23). Leonard also won the contemporary female vocalist of the year.

But Kirk Franklin, who co-hosted the show with Jonathan McReynolds and Koryn Hawthorne, won more awards overall — five. He took male vocalist of the year and contemporary male vocalist of the year, album of the year and contemporary album of the year, and producer of the year.

Donald Lawrence won four awards, including song of the year for “Deliver Me (This Is My Exodus).”

Here’s the complete list of 2020 Stellar Gospel Music Award winners:





Artist of the year and contemporary female vocalist of the year: Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Heart. Passion. Pursuit (Live at Passion City Church) (Motown Gospel)

Album of the year, contemporary album of the year, male vocalist of the year and contemporary male vocalist of the year: Kirk Franklin, Long Live Love: (Fo Yo Soul/RCA/RCA Inspiration)

Traditional album of the year, traditional male vocalist of the year and traditional choir of the year: John P. Kee, I Made It Out (Entertainment One)

Albertina Walker female vocalist of the year and traditional female vocalist of the year: Le’Andria Johnson, Goshen (RCA Inspiration)

Duo/chorus group of the year and contemporary duo/chorus group of the year: The Walls Group, Friend in Me (Wall2Wall Entertainment/My Block Records)

New artist of the year and rap hip hop gospel album of the year: Pastor Mike Jr., Live Free (Black Smoke Worldwide)

Choir of the year and contemporary choir of the year: Donald Lawrence presents the Tri-City Singers, Goshen (RCA Inspiration)

Song of the year: “Deliver Me (This Is My Exodus),” Donald Lawrence, William Stokes, Marshon Lewis, Robert Woolridge & Desmond Davis (RCA Inspiration)

Producer of the year: Kirk Franklin, Ronald Hill & Phil Thornton, Long Live Love (Fo Yo Soul/RCA/RCA Inspiration)

Traditional duo/chorus group of the year: Kurt Carr & the Kurt Carr Singers, Bless Somebody Else (Kurt Carr Gospel/RCA Inspiration)

Urban/inspirational single or performance of the year: Donald Lawrence presents the Tri-City Singers, “Deliver Me (This Is My Exodus)” (RCA Inspiration)

Music video of the year:  Matt DeLisi, “Love Theory” (Fo Yo Soul/RCA/RCA Inspiration)

Instrumental album of the year: Ben Tankard, Rise! (BEN-Jamin’ Universal Music)

Special event album of the year: Various Artists, Greenleaf: Season 3 (Music from the Original TV Series) (Lionsgate Entertainment)

Youth project of the year: Gospel Kids, Gospel Kids Present…Christian Soldiers (Tyscot Records)

Quartet of the year: Keith Wonderboy Johnson & Josh Myles, Inspirational Project (Timeless Music)

Praise and worship album of the year: JJ Hairston, Miracle Worker (JamesTown Music/Entertainment One)

Recorded music packaging of the year: Derek Blanks. Bless Somebody Else (Kurt Carr Gospel, RCA Inspiration)

Major market of the year: WPZE Praise 102.5, Atlanta

Large market of the year: WPZS Praise 100.9 FM, Charlotte

Medium market of the year: WXHL 89.1, Wilmington

Small market of the year: WJAY 98.3 FM & 1280 AM, Mullins

Internet station of the year: U Gospel,

Gospel announcer of the year: Meta Washington, Sirius XM, Satellite Radio


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Gospel Rapper Lecrae Releases ‘Restoration’ Album


GRAMMY Award-winning gospel rapper, entrepreneur, best-selling author, and social activist Lecrae has released his much anticipated 9th studio album ‘Restoration’ available on all streaming platforms.

Ahead of the new album release, Lecrae has given us thought-provoking, God-seeking singles such as “Set Me Free ft YK Osiris“, “Deep End” and also “Drown ft John Legend

The 14 track album focuses primarily on telling our personal story of our brokenness to the Father as we expect healing, and restoration from His presence. Lecrae noted that, unless one is willing to admit their brokenness, he or she won’t receive these from the Lord;

The album features artists across all genres including John Legend, Kirk Franklin, YK Osiris, Jozzy, Dani Leigh, Marc E. Bassy, BJ The Chicago Kid, and more. Lecrae has also marked release day with the debut of the official “Over The Top” music video, which can be viewed below.

Aside from the album, Lecrae is also releasing his second book, I Am Restored: How I Lost My Religion, But Found My Faith, on October 13th. This book will be a follow-up to his New York Times best-seller, Unashamed.


GRAMMY Award-winning gospel rapper, entrepreneur, best-selling author, and social activist Lecrae has released his much anticipated 9th studio album ‘Restoration’ available on all streaming platforms.

Ahead of the new album release, Lecrae has given us thought-provoking, God-seeking singles such as “Set Me Free ft YK Osiris“, “Deep End” and also “Drown ft John Legend

The 14 track album focuses primarily on telling our personal story of our brokenness to the Father as we expect healing, and restoration from His presence. Lecrae noted that, unless one is willing to admit their brokenness, he or she won’t receive these from the Lord;

The album features artists across all genres including John Legend, Kirk Franklin, YK Osiris, Jozzy, Dani Leigh, Marc E. Bassy, BJ The Chicago Kid, and more. Lecrae has also marked release day with the debut of the official “Over The Top” music video, which can be viewed below.

Aside from the album, Lecrae is also releasing his second book, I Am Restored: How I Lost My Religion, But Found My Faith, on October 13th. This book will be a follow-up to his New York Times best-seller, Unashamed.

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Stephanie Summers Crowned As Winner Of BET’s Sunday Best Season 10


It’s officially a wrap on the 10th edition of BET’s Sunday Best and Stephanie Summers was crowned last night as the winner of this edition after series of highs, lows, and virtual performances. She has, therefore, won the RCA recording deal plus a cash price of $50,000.

Stephanie, a native of the Colorado Springs, USA, received the most votes, beating colleague competitor Jada Spight in the season grand finale, as usual, hosted by Kirk Franklin.

Before the audience learned who won, the legendary Clark Sisters opened the show with a performance of their single “Victory.”Season 9 winner Melvin Crispell III returned to perform a jazzy version of  Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On.” Kierra Sheard also stopped by to perform her single “It Keeps Happening.”

Meanwhile, finalists Stephanie and Jada sang a virtual duet of “My Worship” by Phil Thompson
















With this win, Stephanie will now be associated with some of the top gospel singers such as Melvin Crispell III (Season 9), Geoffrey Golden (season 7), Le’Andria Johnson (season 3), Tasha Page-Lockhart (season 6) who have won from previous seasons.

After an impressive night, Stephanie shared this on Social Media;

“ONLY GOD CAN DO IT!!!! And I’m grateful and humbled for this wonderful amazing experience I have been given!!! Thank u #BetSundayBest #BET for this opportunity

The 10th edition of the gospel music competition reality show started with 20 very talented gospel singers from some selected parts of the world, and among these contestants is the UK based Ghanaian incredible singer ‘Niiella‘. Niella made it through to the first 10 selections but unfortunately could not progress to the next stage of the competition.

This year’s season welcomed back GRAMMY-winning music legend Kirk Franklin as host; while GRAMMY-winning songstress & host of “Get Up Mornings,” Erica Campbell, GRAMMY-nominated artist & star of BET’s “American Soul” Kelly Price and GRAMMY-nominated & multiple Stellar Award-winning artist Jonathan McReynolds returned as Judges.


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Dove Awards 2020: Check Out The Full List Of Nominees (+Video)


The American Gospel Music Association (GMA) has unveiled the nominees for the 51st Annual Dove Awards slated to be held virtually on TBN on Friday, October 30.

This year’s nominees were presented by Brooke Ligertwood of Hillsong Worship (singer of ‘What a Beautiful Name), Joel Smallbone of for KING & Country, Anthony Brown, Christine D’Clario, Joseph Habedank, and Aaron Cole from their individual homes across the country as many in the nation are still in quarantine due to COVID-19.

“The GMA is honored to continue its legacy of celebrating our diverse creative community and the music that moves us and ministers to us all, especially during these trying times,” GMA President Jackie Patillo says. “We believe this year, especially, our community and our world need to show love to one another and, above all, recognize and worship our faithful Creator.”

This year’s theme is #CarryTheChange and Hillsong Worship, Kirk Franklin and Jonathan McReynolds lead with four nominations.

Check out the full list of nominees below; 



Hillsong Worship

Lauren Daigle

Tasha Cobbs Leonard

Zach Williams



“Almost Home” (songwriters) Barry Graul, Bart Millard, Ben Glover, Mike Scheuchzer, Nathan Cochran (publishers) 9t One Songs, Ariose Music, So Sappy Music, Tunes of Mercyme

“Burn The Ships” (songwriters) Joel Smallbone, Luke Smallbone, Matt Hales, Seth Mosley (publishers) CentricSongs, Kilns Music, Method of the Madness, Shankle Songs, Shaun Shaenkle Pub Designee, Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp., WC Music Group

“Deliver Me (This Is My Exodus) (songwriters) Desmond Davis, Donald Lawrence, Marshon Lewis, Robert Woolridge (publishing) QW Publishing, Williams Stokes Publishing House and Primary Wave Bears, Shonnamacmusic, ROB BASS INC, Desmond Davis Designee

Dead Man Walking” (songwriters) Emily Weisband, Jeremy Camp, Jordan Sapp (publishers) Capitol CMG Paragon, Only In You Publishing, Songs By J Sapp

“Holy Water” (songwriters) Andrew Bergthold, Ed Cash, Franni Cash, Marin Cash, Scott Cash (publishers) Andrew Bergthold Designee, Capitol CMG Genesis, We The Kingdom ASCAP Designee, We The Kingdom Music

“King of Kings” (songwriters) Brooke Ligertwood, Jason Ingram, Scott Ligertwood (publishers) Fellow Ships Music, Hillsong Music Publishing Australia, So Essential Tunes

“Love Theory” (songwriter) Kirk Franklin, (publisher) Aunt Gertrude Music Publishing LLC

“Nobody” (songwriters) Bernie Herms, Mark Hall, Matthew West (publishers) Be Essential Songs, Highly Combustible Music, House of Story Music Publishing, My Refuge Music, One77 Songs

“Rescue” (songwriters) Jason Ingram, Lauren Daigle, Paul Mabury (publishers) CentricSongs, Fellow Ships Music, Flychild Publishing, See You At The Pub, So Essential Tunes

“Rescue Story” (songwriter) Andrew Ripp, Ethan Hulse, Jonathan Smith, Zach Williams (publishers) Anthems of Hope, Be Essential Songs, Cashagamble Jet Music, EGH Music Publishing, Songs By Fishbone, Wisteria Drive

“See A Victory” (songwriters) Ben Fielding, Chris Brown, Jason Ingram, Steven Furtick (publishers) Fellow Ships Music, Music By Elevation Worship Publishing, SHOUT! Music Publishing Australia, So Essential Tunes

“The God Who Stays” (songwriters) AJ Pruis, Jonathan Smith, Matthew West (publishers) Be Essential Songs, Cashagamble Jet Music, Combustion Five, Highly Combustible Music, O77 Songs, Two Story House Music

“Way Maker” (songwriters) Osinachi Kalu Okoro Egbu (publisher) Integrity Music Europe



Chris Renzema

Cochren & Co.

Elle Limebear


We The Kingdom



Jekalyn Carr

Jonathan McReynolds

Kirk Franklin

Tasha Cobbs Leonard

Travis Greene



“NOBODY” – Casting Crowns (feat. Matthew West) – (songwriters) Bernie Herms, Matthew West, Mark Hall

“Burn The Ships” – for KING & COUNTRY– (songwriters) Joel Smallbone, Luke Smallbone, Seth Mosley, Matt Hales

“Dead Man Walking” – Jeremy Camp – (songwriters) Jeremy Camp, Emily Weisband, Jordan Sapp

“Rescue” – Lauren Daigle – (songwriters) Jason Ingram, Lauren Daigle, Paul Mabury

“Holy Water” – We The Kingdom – (songwriters) Andrew Bergthold, Ed Cash, Franni Cash, Martin Cash, Scott Cash



“This Is The Place” – Gaither Vocal Band – (songwriters) – Gloria Gaither, Williams J. Gaither, Gordan Mote

“The God I Serve” – Karen Peck & New River – (songwriters) Rebecca Bowman, Sonya Yeary, Karen Peck Gooch, Jimmy Yeary

“What Kind Of Man” – Legacy Five – (songwriters) Kenna Turner West, Jason Cox, Sue Smith

“The Power Of An Empty Tomb” – The Erwins – (songwriter) Joel Lindsey

“Can I Get A Witness” – The Sound – (songwriters) Kenna Turner West, Brent Baxter, Jason Cox



“Blessings on Blessings” – Anthony Brown & group therAPy – (songwriter) Anthony Brown

“Won’t Be Moved” – Gene Moore – (songwriters) – Bryan Sledge, Cedric Smith, Demeon Reeves

“People” – Jonathan McReynolds – (songwriter) Jonathan McReynolds

“B!g” – Pastor Mike Jr. – (songwriters) Michael McClure, Curtiss Glenn, Rodney Turner

“Truly Amazing God” – Travis Greene – (songwriter) Travis Greene



“Miracle Worker” – JJ Hairston – (songwriter) Rich Tolbert Jr.

“Something Has To Break” (Live) – Kierra Sheard, featuring Tasha Cobbs Leonard – (songwriters) J. Drew Sheard, Kierra Valencia Sheard, Mia Fieldes, Jonathan Smith

“Promises” – Maverick City Music – (songwriters) Aaron Moses, Lemuel Marin, Carrington Gaines, Dante Bowe, Joe L. Barnes, Keila Alvarado

“Proverbs 3” – Todd Dulaney – (songwriters) Todd Dulaney, Jaylen Moore, Isaac Tarver

“Only You Can Satisfy” (Live) – William McDowell and Chris Lawson (songwriters) William McDowell, Chandler Moore




“King of Kings” (Live at Qudos Band Arena, Sydney, AU/2019) – Hillsong Worship – (songwriters) Brooke Ligertwood, Scott Ligertwood, Jason Ingram

“Goodness of God” – Jenn Johnson – (songwriters) Ben Fielding, Brian Johnson, Jenn Johnson, Ed Cash, Jason Ingram

“The Blessing” (Live) – Kari Jobe, Cody Carnes, Elevation Worship – (songwriters) Kari Jobe, Cody Carnes, Chris Brown, Steven Furtick

“Way Maker” – Leeland – (songwriter) Osinachi Okoro

“Great Things” – Phil Wickham – (songwriter) Phil Wickham, Jonas Myrin




Not By Chance – Aaron Cole

Work in Progress – Andy Mineo


Jesus Is King – Kanye West

MOOD // DOOM – Social Club Misfits



Out of Body – Apollo LTD

War – Demon Hunter

Love Letter – Disciple

Declaration – Red

Victorious – Skillet




Citizens of Heaven – Tauren Wells

Reason – Unspoken

Live At The Wheelhouse – We The Kingdom

Rescue Story – Zach Williams



Soldados – Alex Campos

Shekinah (Live) – Barak

Aleluya (En La Tierra) – Elevation Worship

Origen y Esencia – Jesus Adrian Romero

Sinergia – Un Corazon y LEAD


List Source: Doveawards 

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Chinese Government Orders Low-Income Families to Abandon Their Christian Faith or Lose Financial Aid


In the Chinese government’s continuing persecution of Christians, poor families are now being told to renounce their faith or lose welfare benefits.

Bitter Winter reports that the Chinese economy has been deeply affected by the Coronavirus pandemic, especially low-income households struggling to make ends meet.

Now government officials are ordering Christians who receive welfare payments to replace crosses, religious symbols, and images inside their homes with portraits of China’s communist leaders.

“All impoverished households in the town were told to display Mao Zedong images,” a local pastor told Bitter Winter. “The government is trying to eliminate our belief and wants to become God instead of Jesus.”

A church member in one of the villages recalled how authorities entered his home and destroyed a calendar with an image of Jesus on it, then replaced it was a portrait of Mao instead.

“Impoverished religious households can’t receive money from the state for nothing—they must obey the Communist Party for the money they receive,” he explained.

Enforcing the new regulation started several months ago across China.

In April, the government of Xinyu city in the southeastern province of Jiangxi withheld a disabled Christian’s funds (about $14) if the believer continued to attend worship services.

And in Jiangxi’s Poyang county, an elderly Christian woman was taken off the government’s aid list because she said “Thank God” after receiving her monthly check (about $28).

In May, a government official in the eastern province of Shandong barged into the home of a Christian and posted portraits of Mao and President Xi Jinping, then said, “These are the greatest gods. If you want to worship somebody, they are the ones.”

Another elderly woman from Henan’s Shangqiu city lost her welfare benefits in April after officials found a cross displayed on her house door.

“They tore it down immediately,” the Christian said. “Afterward, both my minimum living allowance and poverty alleviation subsidy were canceled. I am being driven to a dead end. I have diabetes and need injections regularly.”

Earlier this year, the communist regime began removing crosses from churches throughout China and now portraits of Mao and Xi have replaced images of the Holy Spirit.


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UK Based Ghanaian Gospel Singer Niiella To Contest For Season 10 Of “Sunday Best” Gospel Music Reality Show


The reality gospel singing competition “Sunday Best” is back with the 10th season and Ghana is proud to have one of the finest female vocalist and UK based gospel singer Niella represent the nation as well as, Africa and The UK in this year’s edition.

Niella Danquah who has been phenomenal with her music and very known for her unwavering passion for musical perfection is gearing up for another phase of her music career on the “Sunday Best” stage to contests with other equally talented musicians for the top price.

“If you’re gonna do something, do it with your CHEST abi? I’m repping GHANA 🇬🇭 , AFRICA 🌍 , and UK 🇬🇧 HARD! 😵😵 @betsundaybest ” – Niiella shares on her IG page earlier.

The BET’s reality show is regarded as one of the well-produced and top gospel music-oriented reality shows and is set to hit your screens in six days’ time, starting Sunday, July 5 at 8 pm.




Season 10 welcomes back GRAMMY®-winning music legend Kirk Franklin as host; returning as judges are GRAMMY® winning songstress & host of “Get Up Mornings,” Erica Campbell, GRAMMY® nominated artist & star of BET’s “American Soul” Kelly Price and GRAMMY® nominated & multiple Stellar award-winning artist Jonathan McReynolds.

The Sunday Best for the past 9 seasons has seen incredible performances and top-notch vocal abilities exhibited by passionate singers vying for the top spot in getting RCA recording contract and more.

The 9th season was won by the magnificent and incredible Melvin Crispell, III who was on top of his game from start to finish in the competition, hence winning that mouth-watering recording deal from RCA.

Other Sunday Best winners below:

  1. Crystal Aikin (season 1)
  2. Y’anna Crawley (season 2)
  3. Le’Andria Johnson (season 3)
  4. Amber Bullock (season 4)
  5. Joshua Rogers (season 5)
  6. Tasha Page-Lockhart (season 6)
  7. Geoffrey Golden (season 7)
  8. Dathan Thigpen (season 8)

Wishing Niiella the very best in the competition!

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U.S Rapper DMX Tells Fans to Receive Jesus As He leads Online Bible Study


American rapper and actor Earl Simmons, better known by his stage name DMX, has hosted a Bible study on Instagram and urged thousands of viewers to accept Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior.

He noted that this pandemic shutdown is an opportunity to turn to God.


“God is giving you the time; he’s giving you the time, to get closer to Him, to become familiar with Him,” he said on Friday.

According to the Christian Post, the rapper has had many public mishaps, from a drug overdose to various arrests – and in his short sermon, he said the tragedy is in fact what has brought him closer to God.

The media outlet says DMX, now 49, has never shied away from sharing his Christian faith and that he has turned from ‘vulgar’ music to recording songs talking about his Christianity, including “Lord Give Me a Sign” and “Damien.”

DMX said he woke up earlier in the day with “chills” and felt led to talk to his fans about the Bible.

“God put it on my heart to speak,” he said. “This is new to me. This is not what I do.”

He read from Ecclesiastes 3:1-8Ecclesiastes 3:16-17, and parts of Ecclesiastes 4.

“The best thing that we can hope for – the most important thing we can hope or pray for or ask for – is that our desires coincide with God’s will,” he said.

He urged his fans to learn to pray and not rely on the prayers of others: “Your own prayer will do a lot better than someone else praying for you.”

He encouraged them to receive Christ: “Whoever hasn’t given your life to Jesus yet, whoever hasn’t surrendered all the way … I’m going to walk you through that right now.” He then led his fans in prayer.



By not living for Christ, DMX said, people “miss out on so many blessings that He has for you.”

“Get into the Word,” DMX said. “It will make whatever you go through a lot easier to deal with.”

The Instagram Live video has since disappeared from his account, although copies of it are circulating on YouTubeChristian Headlines reports.



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“We Need More Prayers In America, Not Less!” Donald Trump Orders For Reopening Of Churches In America


In the wake of this novel COVID-19 pandemic, most churches around the world have been forced to close in order to adhere to the social distancing precaution. In a recent development, US President Donald Trump has ordered churches in America to open.

In his view, America needs more prayers and not less in order to combat this one of a kind difficult situation that has caught the world by surprise.

In his Press Briefing last Friday, the President ordered the Governors of the various States to allow the places of worship and synagogues to hold in-person worship services with immediate effect.

In his own words, he says;

“The governors need to do the right thing and allow these very important essential places of faith to open right now, for this weekend. If they don’t do it, I will override the governors. Some governors have deemed liquor stores and abortion clinics as essential” but not churches, he said. “It’s not right. So I’m correcting this injustice and calling houses of worship essential. these are places that hold our society together and keep our people united,”

Though we are not too sure the mechanism that will be rolled out to ensure the safe gathering of saints, he suggested from his speech there is an appropriate guideline that will be laid down and be followed accordingly.


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Pastor ‘heals’ coronavirus patient


The founder of the Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry, Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin has reportedly healed a coronavirus (COVID-19) patient.

On 22nd May, 2020, in one of such interactive online services tagged “Dreams, Interpretations and Solutions, DIS”, which has since gone viral, Prophet Jeremiah received a video call from a middle-aged Californian woman, Tyeisha, who had been diagnosed with the COVID-19 disease and was being housed in a disease control isolation center.

On further conversation with the patient, Prophet Jeremiah Fufeyin discovered that she had developed aggravating conditions such as:

– An inability to walk or use her legs, hence, restriction to bed and dependence on a wheelchair.
– Dependence on supplemental oxygen through Nasal Cannula (NC)
– A constant dry cough

The Man of God, Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin immediately got a leading to pray and call forth the patient’s healing.

He prayed with her, shortly and also asked her to provide a mantle for him to pray on. In minutes, and through video call, a woman who was bed ridden and clinging to dear life, fully reliant on machines and assistance, took off her Nasal Cannula and began to breath without supplemental oxygen!

While the online congregation was still reeling in shock and singing the praises of God, Tyeisha obeyed the command of the prophet and stood up, regaining use of her legs! She walked about her room and even to the corridor, where other patients and caregivers were shocked to see her.

Tyeisha is one of millions of COVID-19 patients, and her story has been changed, miraculously, thanks to the God of Prophet Jeremiah Fufeyin. Distance cannot defeat God, and neither can this pandemic.


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