It’s been a long season! Tonight The Preachers f L.A. close Season 2 with a real ministry pow wow.
In tonight’s episode Bishop Gibson and Pastor Haizlip attend the Gang Summit hoping to bring peace. Instead Bishop Gibson gets into an argument with a gangbanger. Pastor Jay donates skateboards to kids in need. Deitrick Haddon showcases a new style of music.
Well ALL BETS WERE OFF when Bishop Noel Jones and Pastor Jay Haizlip took the hot seat. You won’t want to miss this!
This season started with a challenge. Pastor Jay Haizlip had to face the return of his son, while dealing with a member who was going through some of the same struggles that he had seen. That emotional roller-coaster was seen in a way that no one was ready. Minister Deitrick Haddon faced his family history head on. Bishop Clarence McClendon seemed to be missing. After a while we understood that changes in his ministry and family was the cause. Bishop Ron faced his sister’s broken family and her sobriety. The ladies all took center stage this season. First Lady Christy heard
This is it kids! Season 2 Season Finale at a special time 9pm on Oxygen TONIGHT!
Make sure to read:
- Preachers Of L.A. Bishop Noel Jones: ‘To Make An Icon Out Of A Man Is Problematic’ [VIDEO]
- Bishop Noel Jones: ‘Who in the World Has Ever Thought that the Preacher was God?’
- Must-See: Spike Lee Slams The Idea Of a ‘Post-Racial America’
- Kerry Washington On Columbus Short, The OMG Moment Of The Winter Finale And Why It’s Important To Vote
Here are the 21 reason that Season 2 has been the best.
HOT SEAT: Bishop Noel Jones And Pastor Jay Haizlip Answer Everything! [EXCLUSIVE] was originally published on elev8.com
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