Ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, Set To Preach At Detroit's Historic Little Rock Church.


Crooks often turn to religion when other forms of grifting are closed to them. And lots of Christians are too gullible to think critically about what is really going on. Kwame Kilpatrick is set to preach at Detroit’s historic Little Rock Church this coming Sunday in his first sermon. 

Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick is embracing his freedom with some big changes in his life: He's getting remarried, plans to join the ministry, and is leaving politics for good, according to Deadline Detroit. In an interview with Deadline Detroit's Allan Lengel, Kilpatrick said that he's leaving politics to join the ministry, and is engaged to be married to a Detroit woman.  

Deadline Detroit Editor Allan Lengel got the scoop on Kilpatrick’s movement and plans in his story about how his nearly-30-year sentence didn’t match his criminal actions. “He said I hope my repentance counts for something,” Lengel said, Deadline Detroit reported. “A lot of influential people read it and it changed their heart on it.” Lengel added that during the interview, Kilpatrick talked about his prison sentence change, helping other inmates, and his journey toward becoming a free man. “He says he fell to his knees and prayed to God, prayed to be loyal to God,” Lengel said, Fox 2 reported.


 With his gratitude, he is looking to spread the message about God’s redemptive love and preach this Sunday at the Little Rock Baptist Church in Detroit, the publication reported. “I think he is very serious about this, and I think Detroiters need to hear the new Kwame,” said Rev. Jim Holley in the article. Kilpatrick will be preaching at 10:30 at the Little Rock Church. He also recorded a message for the Greater Emmanuel Institutional Church of God In Christ, which is the new Presiding Bishop Sheard church, that will also be played on Sunday, according to the story.

 

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  1. He's on the right track. He prayed to God. Good for him. I just hope he studies the Word and have a real salvation experience where he hears the gospel, becomes convicted, believe and repent like the saints did in Acts 2. Thank God for Donakd Trump who pardoned this man.

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  2. I am going to remain a sceptic for now.

    I really do hope he has a changed heart and mind.

    But Considering the history and why he went to jail.
    I am going to need to hear some humbleness, testimony and a true conversion of his attitude before I can Discern his NEW calling and profession.

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  3. I am going to remain a sceptic for now.

    I really do hope he has a changed heart and mind.

    But Considering the history and why he went to jail.
    I am going to need to hear some humbleness, testimony and a true conversion of his attitude before I can Discern his NEW calling and profession.

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  4. Why do these people have to become preachers after they do their dirt? If God has called him to preaching ministry that's fine, who am I to argue? It just seems like folks want to skip over the fact that all of us are called to share the gospel, and don't need titles to do so. I think folks are used to be in the limelight and are looking to have their egos stroked, rather than being discipled and then moving into leadership.

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    1. LIKE - " It just seems like folks want to skip over the fact that all of us are called to share the gospel, and don't need titles to do so."

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  5. He did wrong but just like everyone else he needed a Savior. At least he’s headed in the right direction. Thanks to trump for what he did but y’all voted in a man that has no morals PERIODT.

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    1. Isn't this the problematic preacher blueprint? Delivered from a life of womanizing, a sprinkle of racketeering and a prison stint with a call to preach arriving shortly before their release date? Seems legit.

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    2. He who Trump pardons is free indeed!

      Don't hate!

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  6. He preached at GEI COGIC where he is a member and on the ministerial staff. Bishop Sheard has never left his side, he’s walked with him and ministered to him while he was incarcerated. That is true discipleship and Godly leadership. Bishop Sheard is always giving people chances when others wouldn’t. Kwayme preached an awesome message on Sunday. While I’m prison, he went to seminary and taught Bible study. You can see that God is clearly at work in him. I like what Bishop said on Sunday, we all have had mess it’s just that ours was not magnified!!

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