Former R&B singer Stacy Lattisaw can still draw a crowd! Only thing is now it’s her words, not singing that people come to hear. Lattisaw, a minister in the Christian denomination known as “Spirit-Filled” recently spoke to a crowded convention hall in Humble.
Mike Ruegamer, pastor of the Freedom House church and one of the organizers, described the event as, “an empowerment conference.” Lattisaw’s sermon followed that theme with her messages of renewed hope, spiritual uplift with a concentration on prayer.
“Praise is my weapon,” she said as many in the enthusiastic audience responded, “amen.” She expounded on that as she told the audience how the death of her husband’s business partner, a decade ago, depressed the couple greatly. “We had to worship our way through that storm,” she said.
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