Pastor Places ‘The Curse of God’ on People Who ‘Stole’ the Election from Trump During Sunday Service…

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As we all know, there will be some who will be rejoicing on Inauguration Day while others will be revolted. Pastor Bob Rodgers of the Evangel World Prayer Center in Louisville, Kentucky will be among the latter group. He actually placed “the curse of God” on people he believes “stole” the election from President Trump during a Sunday church service! See the video below.


According to The Christian Post, several pastors have voiced their opposition to Pastor Rodgers. See an excerpt of the article “Pastor Condemned for Cursing Those Who ‘Stole’ Election from Trump During Service” by Leonardo Blair below.

Several pastors have spoken out against a Kentucky megachurch pastor who during a worship service Sunday cursed those who “stole” the 2020 election from President Donald Trump in the name of Jesus.

“Father, those that have lied, those that have stolen this election, those that have cheated, I place the curse of God upon them,” Rev. Bob Rodgers of Evangel World Prayer Center in Louisville, which claims 9,000 members, said in a video clip from the service shared online.

“I curse you with weakness in your body. I curse you with poverty. I cursed you with the worst year you’ve ever had in the name of the Lord.” See the rest HERE.

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Tune Into the 2021 Inaugural Gospel Celebration: An Evening of Inspiration and Unity Tomorrow at 8 p.m.

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The need for unity in this country is more necessary now than ever before. The National Baptist Convention has aligned with producers, Terk Entertainment Group and OCTET Productions, to produce “The 2021 Inaugural Gospel Celebration: An Evening of Inspiration and Unity.” The two-hour virtual event features performances from inspirational music artists to celebrate the January 2021 Inauguration of President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris, who are special invited guests of course. The celebration lends a voice of hope, unity and healing to the world.

Throughout the event, a number of the nation’s top gospel artists such as Shirley Caesar, Fred Hammond, Marvin Sapp, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Dietrick Haddon, Jonathan McReynolds, Leandria Johnson, Tye Tribbett, Koryn Hawthorne, Bryan Popin, Jokia, JJ Hairston, Todd Dulaney, Titus Showers, and Spencer Taylor and the Highway QCs in addition to notable celebrities such as Anthony Anderson, Taraji P. Henson, Morris Chestnut and Lamman Rucker (formerly Jacob Greenleaf!) will join together for a cohesive, COVID-compliant celebration to give viewers a semblance of healing and optimism during this time of crisis.

This necessary celebration will be shown domestically and internationally. This event will also serve as a fundraising effort, benefiting The National Baptist Convention, “I’m In”, a strategic initiative aimed at narrowing the disparity in healthcare in the African American community that has been highlighted during the current pandemic. For more information about the organization, go to In this new season, we are clear that progress must be made. By standing united together, we’re stronger!

To buy tickets, click HERE.

Also, click HERE to learn more about the Rev. Dr. Silvester S. Beaman, pastor of Bethel AME Church in Wilmington, Delaware, who will be delivering the the inauguration benediction.

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Bishop T.D. Jakes To Deliver the Keynote Address at the 2021 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Beloved Community Commemorative Service Monday

You Can Attend Virtually!

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The COVID-19 pandemic has not stopped the King Center’s  week-long celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life and legacy although it has been modified. The culminating program for the celebration 2021 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Beloved Community Commemorative Service will be held on the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. federal holiday tomorrow per usual; however, the service will be online. Below is the lineup and how you can register to attend virtually.


Bishop TD Jakes, Bishop of The Potter’s House


Kirk Franklin, Grammy Award-Winning Gospel Artist and Author

Amina Mohammed, UN Deputy Secretary General



Ndaba Mandela

Tamika Mallory

Yasmin Poole

Ashley Woods


Reverend Natosha Reid Rice

Pastor Sam Collier

Dr. Bernice A. King, The King Center


Angella Christie, Gospel Saxophonist,

Tammy Taylor, Gospel Recording Artist

Jekalyn Carr, Grammy Nominated Gospel Artist, Actress and Author

Dr. Joyce Finch Johnson, Organist

Dr. Patrice Turner and the Commemorative Choir, Ebenezer Baptist Church


Dr. Connie F. Lindsey


Moderator– Nona Jones, Head of Faith-Based Partnerships, Facebook

Pastor Jamal Bryant, Senior Pastor of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church

Pastor Jentezen Franklin, Free Chapel

Rev. Natosha Reid Rice, All Saints’ Episcopal Church

Pastor Sam Collier, Lead Pastor, Hillsong Atlanta


Jekalyn Carr, Grammy Nominated Gospel Artist, Actress and Author

Introduced by Kirk Franklin, 16-Time Grammy Award Winner

(Immediately Following the Service)

In partnership with KidsRights

The event will be live streamed on multiple platforms, including Facebook, The King Center web page, and other sources, as well as televised locally on Fox 5 Atlanta. To register, click HERE.

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