[NEW] How Gay Gospel Artists Left a Tainted Legacy for Today’s Generation [Part 2]
This is part two of this article about how gay gospel artists left a tainted legacy for our generation today. We felt the need to expand this subject especially today as gospel music has evolved in something much more than just ‘singing’. Gospel music has turned into a industry of hefty money makers and revolutionaries. Though many artists from the early 1960’s and earlier sang gospel music because they ‘love the Lord’, grew up in the church and wanted to spread the gospel, it quickly turned into a money making machine that created more than just records. The gospel music industry became a way of expressing the views of society both political and sexual. Let’s speak on the sexual part because this is what is taking over our society today through homosexuality and gay rights.
Gospel Singer Meets Daughter After 50 Years When Hospital Lied About her Birth
Eighteen black women who were told decades ago that their babies had died soon after birth at a St. Louis hospital now wonder if the infants were taken away by hospital officials to be raised by other families.
The suspicions arose from the story of gospel singer Zella Jackson Price, who was 26 in 1965 when she gave birth at Homer G. Phillips Hospital in St. Louis. Hours later, she was told that her daughter had died, but she never saw a body or a death certificate.
How Gay Gospel Artists Left a Tainted Legacy for Today’s Generation [Part 1]
Originally posted on July 4, 2011:
This is an AT2W Replay that has sparked a huge interest in what was embedded in the gospel music industry for years.
We’ve had this weighing heavy on our hearts when it comes to gospel artists from yesteryear and the impact it has on our generation today. When we speak of our generation, we do mean for all of us living today not just for the young folk, as some may believe.
Why Do Old School Gospel Artists Perform at Radically Inclusive Events? [Photos]
We found some information on some gospel artists who have been performing at gay and inclusive events. If you don’t know what inclusive means its a doctrine that accepts and allegedly loves everyone including those from the homosexual community which goes against Christianity and the holy bible. Though it covers many other things, we will speak on what we mentioned to make our point.
Apparently, some of the gospel artists from back in the day have been booked for events that were sponsored for gay or inclusive purposes. We don’t know if they knew beforehand who hosted these events but they were featured on posters.
Did Shirley Caesar and Tonex’ Both Allegedly Rebel and Commit Gay Sin?
The Word of God lets us know Jesus does not like us mingling with those who oppose His commandments: ‘How can two walk together, except they agree (Amos 3:3)?’ That scripture goes for gospel artists collaborating with homosexuals. If you disagree with homosexuality, you would not desire to associate with those who do.
Gospel Great Member of Barrett Sisters, Delois Barrett Campbell Passes Away
DeLois Barrett Campbell–one of three sisters who made up Chicago’s legendary gospel trio the Barrett Sisters–died Tuesday, reported the Chicago Sun-Times. She was 85.
The Barrett Sisters began singing and harmonizing gospel music during the 1940s in a religious family of 10 children on the South Side of Chicago.
Their father, Lonnie, was a singer and deacon at the Morning Star Baptist Church here, where young Billie and DeLois Barrett Campbell first sang with a cousin, Jonnie Mae Hudson.