Grammy Award-winning singer and pastor Le'Andria Johnson is distributing cigarettes and condoms in the street as she joins a cast of preachers with no boundaries on the upcoming Oxygen network docu-series, "Preachers of Atlanta."
"I take it to the streets. I pass out cigarettes and condoms," says Johnson, pastor of I.P.C. Ministries, in the first trailer for the upcoming series. "I do all of that, but at the end of the day, when God tells me to do something, I do it."
Johnson, the season 3 winner of BET gospel music competition show "Sunday Best," will join another face on the show that may be familiar to music fans: Canton Jones. The Christian hip-hop artist who heads Free Life Church is appearing on the series with his bold musical style aimed at capturing the ears of the youth.
"I rap about God because that's the only way I can get the youth to listen," Jones says in the "Preachers of Atlanta" trailer. "And I won't stop until the end."
Aside from established recording artists, the show will feature police officer and Life Church Christian Center pastor Corey Hambrick.
"I don't only save lives, I'm in the business of saving souls," Hambrick says before he is seen speaking to a troubled youth alongside a boxing ring.
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