The series focuses on seven men and women of the cloth who share their lives, transformations and triumphs in and out of the pulpit. Leading up to the series debut, Oxygen will air two hour-long specials featuring Minister Deitrick Haddon from Preachers of L.A. as he returns to his hometown of Detroit to reunite with his family and help the community. In addition, fans can access even more exclusive content on Video On Demand including bonus footage and interviews with the cast beginning on February 12. "Preachers of Detroit" follows the strong and resilient pastors who are not afraid to push boundaries in their communities from the challenges of being a woman bishop in a field that is dominated by men to keeping faith alive in a city that has faced tremendous hardship.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 60 minutes
Preachers of Detroit - Eric Thomas (motivational speaker) - Netflix
Eric D. Thomas (born September 3, 1970) is an American motivational speaker, author and minister. Speeches by Thomas are popular on YouTube.
Preachers of Detroit - Motivational speaker - Netflix
After becoming known as a preacher and motivational speaker, Thomas founded a company to offer education consulting, executive coaching and athletic development. Thomas has given motivational talks to collegiate and professional athletes. Lebron James has credited Thomas as part of his inspiration for winning the 2012 NBA Championship. Thomas voice-overs on ESPN advertisements for Major League Baseball and the National Football League. Thomas has appeared on Fox News to discuss his work, and portions of his sermons can be heard on the track “Intro” of deep house producers Disclosure's 2013 debut album, Settle, Hip-hop/R&B artist Foster's track “Hard Times” in 2016, and on the intro track “Wins and Losses” to rapper Meek Mill's 2017 album of the same name.
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