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Marvin Sapp performing in Washington, DC

Photo by: B. Jeffrey Grant

After performing “Testimony” in Washington, D.C. for his forthcoming albumI Win, Pastor Marvin Sapp explained his songwriting process. When asked about “Testimony,” Marvin told Sheilah Belle, “I write songs from personal experience.”

Marvin Sapp’s record-breaking hit “Never Would Have Made It” was written after he lost three important people in his life and he explained, “Even though I experience loss, I remain faithful.”

Sheilah briefly addressed the 2010 passing of Marvin’s beloved wife MaLinda, and you can see the full interview right here.

Check out Pastor Sapp hosting the 27th Annual Stellar Awards in January on GMC, and take a look at the complete list of nominees here.


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Pastor Marvin Sapp Preaches For The First Time Since Wife’s Death

Pastors, Bishops & Spiritual Leaders Honor The Sapp Family (PHOTOS)

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Take a look at Marvin’s Motivational Moment “Musical Motivation” from Facebook:

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