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He said he visited Patrick in Kalamazoo a few times since she moved here last year, and at least once picked her up from a hotel where she was staying out of what he believed were "paranoid" fears.Davis said Patrick was concerned Marvin Sapp, a well-known gospel singer and pastor from Grand Rapids who took out a restraining order against Patrick in September, was going to have someone do harm to her.“She said, ‘They’re going to try to kill me ... At a press conference in January, Kalamazoo County Sheriff Richard Fuller was emphatic that Sapp had no connection to Patrick’s disappearance but rather was an innocent victim of apparent stalking by Patrick.I am excited about this new journey, in a wonderful new facility.I look forward to opening our doors to the Muskegon community." Social media reactions to the Muskegon church opening have been positive. Jean Baptiste was closed during April 2015 as part of the Catholic Diocese of Grand Rapids' "Our Faith, Our Future" pastoral plan.For his vocals on the 1985 song "Bring Back the Days of Yea and Nay", Winans was awarded a Grammy for Best Male Soul Gospel Performance.Pastor Marvin Louis Sapp (born January 28, 1967) is an American Gospel music singer-songwriter who recorded with the group Commissioned during the 1990s before beginning a record-breaking solo career. Lighthouse Full Life Center Church will hold its Muskegon grand opening and first church service at 3 p.m. Jean Baptiste Catholic Church, 1292 Jefferson St., in downtown Muskegon."When I first started Lighthouse, I knew that I was called to serve not only my city of Grand Rapids, but the region," Sapp said in a release on Tuesday, March 28.
His 2008 song "Never Would Have Made It" set records for its duration on the charts, and he recently had a No.
"The community of Muskegon has always had great churches and great pastors," Sapp said in the release.
"I am bringing my style of delivering the word of God to a community that has always enjoyed robust ministries.
The Winans were greatly influenced by the Queen of Gospel Albertina Walker and her group The Caravans.
An organist and pianist, Marvin also wrote songs, and produced for The Winans records, for solo projects from family members, and on other gospel releases.