Pastor Marvin Winans

Donnie McClurkin is calling the Flint water crisis, about which the government has done very little, “reprehensible” and “deplorable.” To assist the town’s residents, the…

There are one hundred and one ways to fast depending on who you ask, but Marvin Winans tells “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” theres only one way.…

Many are deeply saddened by Dr. Myles Munroe and his wife’s tragic death. During dark times like this people are full of questions, pain, and…

Are you meditating the right way? There’s a chance you aren’t. Pastor Marvin Winans joins “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” in a deep discussion about prayer and…

On Sunday Pastor Marvin Winans is planning a special blessing at his Perfecting Church in Detroit, a dedication service for children two years old and under. However, when a woman who is a member called the church this week to make arrangements for her 2-year-old son and stated that she was not married, she was […]

Pastor Marvin L. Winans, a multiple-award winner and one-fourth of the legendary Gospel group The Winans, will release his first album in five years this Tuesday! The album is called, “Marvin L. Winans Presents: The Praise & Worship Experience” which was recorded at his Perfecting Church in Detroit, Michigan. The album features Mary Mary, Donnie […]

The three men who carjacked pastor and singer Marvin Winans will stand trial on charges of carjacking, conspiracy to carjack, unarmed robbery and conspiracy to commit unarmed robbery charges. On Tuesday, the men were turned over to Wayne County Circuit Court; and each was ordered held on a $200,000 bond pending their June 19th arraignments. […]

The three young men who robbed and carjacked Pastor and singer Marvin Winans have been charged. On Wednesday afternoon in Detroit while pumping gas, Winans was robbed, assaulted and carjacked by 18-year-old Brian K. Young, 20-year-old Phillip Givens and 20-year-old Christopher Moorehead. A Michigan prosecutor has charged the three young men with carjacking, unarmed robbery […]

Although New Year’s Eve church services were started in the mid-1700s by John Wesley, founder of the Methodist movement, the event, known as Watch Night, occupies a special place in black communities across America. In 1863, when President Abraham Lincoln announced that the Emancipation Proclamation would take effect Jan. 1, freeing all slaves in Confederate […]