I'm getting my dream back, I'm getting my prophesy back, I'm getting my vision back, I'm getting my anointing back, I'm getting my strength back."White, who calls herself the "former messed up Mississippi girl," let the audience know that she would be "very vulnerable and very open" that night.Before walking back through her tumultuous past few years, she told them, "I think it's time we stop being hypocrites in the pulpit. it's time that we take the mask off to this generation and show them that we have the same issues and the same struggles.""We (sic) going public with all our stuff. White had risen to prominence as a preacher, motivational speaker, author and TV personality after co-founding what is now Without Walls International Church with her husband and starting her own ministry.Evangelist Paula is frank enough to confess that she was a ‘messed up Mississippi girl’ when she was growing up.She married her first husband, Dean Knight when she was just a teenager and they had a son together, Bradley while she was still in her teens.And our relationship and your prayers really keep me strengthened and uplifted…I wanted to share with our friends and partners an update that I recently received from one of my pastors.It is so important that we, as the body of Christ, are the hands and feet of Jesus.White's Chicago-born husband made a name for himself in the music industry playing with the bands Bad English and Journey.
It all began in 2004 when the IRS launched a nine-year investigation into the personal and organizational finances of White and her then husband, Randy. But after the IRS investigation began, she began to face challenge after challenge to the point where she wanted to and even tried to quit."You can handle something if it's for a short season.
Not only do we need to preach the Gospel, but we need to BE the Gospel. We come to you, heavenly Father, in the name of Jesus with grateful hearts, thanking you for this great country that you have decreed to your people.
We acknowledge we are a blessed nation with a rich history of faith and fortitude, with a future that is filled with promise and purpose.
Senior Pastor Paula White has been in the thick of a series of storms that have battered her since she and her husband, Randy White divorced in 2007 and even before.
The only positive that she could take from all turmoil is that she emerged much stronger than before.