The Church of God in Christ is the oldest denomination among other various African American denominations. COGIC as a lot of its officials liked to call it, was founded by the late Bishop Charles Mason, supposedly a praying man and one who was led by God while staying on his knees, teaching his followers to fast and pray without ceasing. Dorinda Clark Cole allowed a child molester to follow her to the Soul Train Awards and this child molester was ordered not to be around children, this case is reported on Report COGIC Abuse. We have not heard Dorinda publicly apologize to the mother or the victim for allowing this pedophile to be her choreographer. Ryan Baker was seen in front of her sister and brother in-law’s church Greater Emmanuel Church of God in Christ, after he was reported on stage at the Soul Train Music Awards, having fun and dancing with children behind Dorinda Clark-Cole. Go here now and see evidence of Baker as Dorinda Clark-Cole’s choreographer. COGIC has many popular off-springs who were raised in the denomination, The Clark Sisters: Karen Clark Sheard who is married to a Bishop’s son and Pastor of Greater Emmanuel Church of God in Christ in Detroit (the Clark Sisters reached stardom under the leadership of their musically talented mother, the late Dr. Mattie Moss Clark); The Hawkins Family (the late Bishop Walter Hawkins became a well known gospel artist along with his family and his church Love Center was popular for allowing same-sex partners and marrying them throughout the 70′s, 80′s and 90′s, many AIDS victims died in the early era of the epidemic);Judith Christi McAllister, the first lady of praise and worship: we did a report on the possibility of her knowing about her husband’s federal crime. That’s just to name a few, but there are several other popular African Americans brought up in COGIC who may no longer be a part of the denomination. One of our leading journalists discovered this website in the search engine, ReportCogicAbuse.com and brought it up in our round table discussion. We found it to be quite interesting.
Posts Tagged ‘mattie moss clark’
October 18th, 2010 AT2W Staff