Many hip hop lovers of this generation worship hip hop and we have also seen it within the (black)church when gospel music merged with the genre.
For many people who attend church these days, it is because of their love for hip hop gospel, not necessarily because they love God. This is why it is so obvious, when you hear the average modern day parent…Read full article, here.
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G. Craig Lewis Problem With Hip Hop Gospel But Not With Christian Rap?
Today, we were listening to Minister G. Craig Lewis on his podcast interview with Pastor Fred Price, Jr., the son of Apostle Fredrick K. C. Price, Sr. and we understood everything he said up until toward the end of the interview, ‘We here at Ex-Ministries do not have a problem with Christian rap, but it is the subcultural religion of hip hop that does not belong in the church of God.’ That statement does not seem fair. How can you separate rap from hip-hop? That unreasonable expectancy coming from Minister G. Craig Lewis will never work. Therefore, we feel if he is trying to spread the word about this new religion of hip hop, then he must understand that many Christian rap artists will naturally desire to collaborate with the hip hop gospel industry, because they work together for rap is a big part of the history of hip hop.
Minister Tetaun Moffett Speaks Truth About Hip Hop Gospel In The Church
We received an email from one of our readers who sent us a link to this specific video on You Tube and we have agreed to do this article and thought it was very important to share it with you. Minister Tetaun Moffett of Ex ministries is a true minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ who is trying to reach the masses who are lost in the trend of hip hop gospel. Tetaun Moffett is a former member of Temple of Hip Hop. This man of God is spreading the message of false prophets in the pulpit, making a profit off of hip-hop while claiming to win the youth, instead of making Jesus Christ the focus of their ministry.