Coming up next on Preachers of L.A.’Season 1, Episode 6: “Staying True To You,” Bishop Gibson is at the barber shop discussing different views on how faith is presented to the younger generations. Bishop Gibson must heed the advice of others and lose his gangster mentality in order to ascend the ranks of his denomination, while Pastor Haizlip proves his body ink allows him to reach a totally new brand of convert. The ladies discuss free will and the conversation turns to tattoos and how they relate to the church.
Known for their fiery sermons, community outreach and passionate followings, pastors have become iconic, beloved and sometimes polarizing figures in modern culture. Yet, few people have access to these larger-than-life men away from the pulpit. Until now. We’re thrilled to introduce Preachers of L.A, a rare glimpse into the lives of six high-profile pastors from Los Angeles. From pro skateboarder Pastor Jay Haizlip to Grace Jones’ brother Bishop Noel Jones to Bishop Clarence McClendon, who reaches 250 million homes via international broadcast each week, Preachers of L.A. will explore the human side of these ambitious and very powerful men of faith.
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If we look at a tattoo on the leverl of the natural we view it on the level of a child, but if we view it spiritually we will see that a tattoo is no different from how we think, judge and view other, which are markings that cannot be erased or washed away from the mind, they must be transformed. It is no different from the coat joseph received from jacobe with many color to symbolize the way his brother thought,judged and view him…markings that joseph could not erase or wash away except God tramsformed him to forgive,which was done in Egypt.