Would Pastor Jamal Bryant Be Better In Politics Than In The Pulpit?
Reader good Sunday morning to everyone I'm praying that everyone reading this post has a wonderful day, in the precious name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
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Evangelist and Christian minister Cory Condrey is returning to radio following a car accident in December 2016 which severely injured his legs. In a post on Twitter, he announced the live taping of “Radio Condrey: Evening With Pastor Jamal Bryant,” which will take place on Sunday, July 30th, beginning at 7 PM.
The event will be held at The Condrey Evangelistic Association Douglasville, GA. Along with Pastor Jamal Bryant, of Empowerment Temple in Baltimore, MD, the event listing says there will be “surprise guests.” Pastor Bryant shared the announcement on Twitter with the video below, writing that he “can’t wait” for the event.
Anyhow in light of the latest news regarding a woman receiving an Order of Protection against Pastor Bryant because (she claims), he has been “stalking” and “harassing” her. One online black Christian conservative news site is screaming for Pastor Bryant to step down or be removed from the pulpit. The loud online mumbling and grumbling are causing some to question Pastor Bryant call to ministry. The Facebook comment below is one of many, what do you think?
"Jamal Bryant and I personally grew up together at Bethel AME CHURCH when his dad was Pastor I usually avoid commenting on him and pray for restoration of him but he will be better in politics I mean he is a very talented speaker and orator and can draw a crowd I've heard him preach over the years I've heard him speak over the years he could have easily been a lawyer or a politician but this line of work requires too much sacrifice and being a preacher is not a glamorous job you don't get to ride around and Bentleys and sometimes you don't even get to sleep in your own bed."