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Meagan Good, the 32-year-old Christian actress, recently opened up concerning her thoughts about the upcoming docu-series "Preachers of L.A."
"You know, I have a good friend that was part of that show, part of the creation. And I know that her spirit is incredible, her intention is only for positivity so I don't know what the show actually looks like," Good recently told thejasminebrand.com.
She added, "I don't know what to expect but my prayers – my fingers are crossed and I believe in God that he's going to have his way with it – whatever that's supposed to be, you know?"
The docu-series will feature the lives of Bishop Noel Jones, senior pastor of the City of Refuge Church in Gardena, Calif., gospel singer Deitrick Haddon, Bishop Clarence McClendon of Full Harvest International Church, Pastor Wayne Chaney of Antioch Church of Long Beach, Bishop Ron M. Gibson of Life Church of God In Christ and Pastor Jay Haizlip of The Sanctuary Church.
Bishop Jones recently opened up about why he chose to take part in the docu-series that may cause controversy.
"It's going to be controversial, there's no question about it," Jones told thejasminebrand.com.
Jones added, "The reason why I'm doing this show is because I want to deflate the iconoclastic dispositions that we have towards men and women who are in ministry or who are in any position where we want to look up to them. Because at the end of the day, everybody's flawed."
Still, Jones, the brother of singer and actress Grace Jones, insisted that the show was meant to appeal to Christians instead of those who do not have a relationship with Jesus Christ.
"My original intention was not for this to be an evangelical tool, very certainly not," Jones previously said on Impact Network's "Lift Your Voice."
Jones added, "My original intention was (for) it to be a tool to help bring the minds of Christian people to the place where they give some balance to who their pastors are and how they deal with their pastors."
"Preachers of L.A." will premiere Oct. 9 on Oxygen Network at 10 p.m. ET.