At the age of 15 she was the youngest member to join the sensational Gospel group “Joyous Celebration”.
Though the gospel great views having a child outside of wedlock as a “personal failure,” he is on record saying, “I don’t regret my son.
I love him.” Now Mc Clurkin is on a mission to that professed love by making “drastic changes” in order to be a part of the tween boy’s life consistently.
“My son is releasing me love.” This is not the first time Mc Clurkin has opened up about painful and private issues to help others.
In June, he wept during a conversation with Ce Ce Winans on TBN while discussing his molestation by two different male family members.
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The true crime-focused network becomes the latest to weigh in on the did-he-or-didn't-he controversy generated by Netflix's true-crime phenomenon Making a Murderer in a special hosted by Dateline NBC correspondent Keith Morrison. Her music style and sound is one that touches one’s body, soul and very being.Reaching across generations, her fresh sounds invoke both praise and worship from the depths of the soul.“Family is everything to me…everything I have hinges on my relationship with my family and the only part of my family that was broken was me and my son.” Though the successful singer and pastor of Perfecting Faith Church in Freeport, NY, who is gearing up for the 16-city King’s Men tour with Kirk Franklin, Marvin Sapp, and Israel Houghton, has supported his offspring materially, he has not provided something money can’t buy, which is time. I’m a good provider,” Mc Clurkin said, but, “I had to make some drastic decisions and changes just recently, just within the last month” to make Matthew a regular part of his life.Though Mc Clurkin praises Matthew’s mother, Kim, for doing a fantastic job with the son they share, he knows she cannot fill a father’s shoes.She took home the best female artist and best gospel album awards for her third album "Filled".