Today on the show, we had a very special guest, Bishop Marvin Sapp, who is an author, radio show host, and a self-proclaimed “preacher who just happens to sing.” He is the senior pastor of The Chosen Vessel Cathedral in Dallas, Texas and after being an award-winning Gospel singer for over 30 years, he’s got more hits in him!
It's been a couple of years since we heard from him thanks to the pandemic. But he said he spent his time, "Recalibrating, rethinking how you do ministry and reinventing yourself all at the same time." It's been a fun time for him as he needed a little vacation from traveling around the world and going on planes FOUR times a week for over twenty years.
Bishop Marvin Sapp has been in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area for almost 3 years with his church, The Chosen Vessel Cathedral. He left his church in Grand Rapids because he needed a change. He went on to say, "You never know how bad you need change until you make the change and I just realized I needed a different environment. I realized also my church in Grand Rapids needed a different environment, so I retired from that church."
As for what he's working on next? His album "Substance" comes out in June. We got to hear his new song "All In Your Hands" which he wrote because during the pandemic so many people have experienced all types of anxiety, and stress, just so many difficulties. It was even crazy for him. So he said, " No matter what’s going on in our lives we just have to learn to put it all in His hands."
Amen! Check out the interview and his new song above!