A Grammy-award winning minister who claims he was cured of the “curse” of homosexuality is now in a serious relationship with a female gospel singer. Mullen after claiming that the only thing missing in his life “is that wife that would make man whole, that element that brings favor to man.” Mc Clurkin came out as “cured” of his past life as a homosexual just 15 years earlier, writing that his same-sex attractions only existed because he was raped by his uncle as a child. It wasn’t chromosomal and had nothing to do with my DNA,” he said.
“These tendencies surfaced because a broken man thrust an 8-year-old boy into this whirlwind. Before I could ever know the purpose or pleasure of a woman, have my first date or even my first kiss, the wound was inflicted, and the seed was planted.” The 56-year-old said he was only able to change through the power of God and prayer, as well as through the help of women in his church who told him to sing lower and keep his hands at his side in order to appear more masculine.
” Matt Crouch (alongside his wife Laurie and guest A. Bernard) who joined the pair onstage asked the audience. Of course for fans, this is no surprise as rumors that the 56-year-old “We Fall Down” singer and Perfecting Faith Church pastor and Mullen were dating began circulating after the duo attended this year’s Stellar Awards hand in hand, however the gospel stars never made an official announcement about their romance until Thursday’s episode of “Praise the Lord.” “Well praise God,” Mc Clurkin responded.
” Bernard hinted at Mc Clurkin’s engagement during a discussion about his new book, .
It appears that’s the case with Pastor Donnie Mc Clurkin and CCM recording artist Nicole Mullen.
Hey guys, it’s always good to hear about Christians in love.That’s what I want.” Then Crouch asked Mc Clurkin to tell the people his future bride’s name.He said Mullen and mentioned that they met on a flight to Africa in December 2015.When Mc Clurkin wrote his initial post, he acknowledged that some may resent his comments because they have no desire to change their lifestyles, but he wanted to speak for those longing to be “freed from it.” “For them, I write this without apology, knowing that I’ve been through this and have experienced God’s power to change my lifestyle,” he said.“I believed that I was meant to be a whole man, made for one woman, and God brought it all about.