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Erica has joined those chorus of voices and is doing her part to strengthen and empower those who wish to choose God’s way.
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Oprah Winfrey's new drama series "Greenleaf," which is centered around a black megachurch, might upset some Christians, according to gospel music star Erica Campbell."Some church people may be upset," Campbell said on the "Tom Joyner Morning Show."The OWN network scripted drama "Greenleaf" delves into the sex, lies and mayhem taking place in the Greenleaf family and their Memphis, Tennessee-based megachurch called Calvary World Fellowship Ministries.
While some might consider the behavior showcased on the series to be salacious, Campbell spoke about the reality of Christian life, which is that churches do not feature perfect people."I believe everybody that's coming to church needs Jesus.
There is no such thing as perfect people," she said. A shocked fan asked Dillard, "you really support this show," to which he did not hesitate to reply, "I enjoyed it.
"It is messed up folk who need a perfect God and so you bring your junk to church and you try to deal with it."Some gospel musicians have outwardly supported the show, like famed choral master Ricky Dillard."I'm glued to my TV because 'Greenleaf' is literally the truth! #To Each His OWN."Despite the soap opera-like drama and explicit content that might upset some people within the church community, Winfrey is not the least bit worried about receiving a negative response."I think it's a platform that nobody has actually explored.
I grew up in the black church, I wouldn't be who I am without it," she said during a Q&A with media.