On the heels of co-hosting the summer talk show pilot "Preachers," pastor Jamal Bryant is coming back to television with the help of his significant other, R&B songstress Charlene "Tweet" Keys.
Bryant, the senior pastor of Empowerment Temple AME Church in Baltimore, Maryland, took to social media to announce that he was coming to the Word Network.
"Oh you thought I was done?? Can't stop, won't stop," Bryant wrote. " ...October 3rd it's going down at 8pm @thewordnetwork spread the word."
According to the Word Network, Bryant will host a show called The Empowerment Encounter this fall which will feature "unique guests from around the world! Be prepared to receive a special Word from God!"
Bryant's girlfriend, singer Tweet, also took to social media to announce that she was going to be involved in the pastor's show.
"Get ready make sure you tune in..you don't want to miss it. Also I'll be rendering a selection so get ready," Tweet wrote on Instagram.
Bryant and Tweet revealed their relationship to the world earlier this summer when the pastor was co-hosting the talk show pilot "Preachers" with his fellow pastors E. Dewey Smith Jr., the senior pastor at The House of Hope churches in Atlanta and Macon, Georgia; John Gray, an associate pastor at Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas; and Orrick Quick, pastor and founder of God Seekers Church in High Point, North Carolina, who all introduced their wives.
Even though Bryant was not married, he did give some details about his love interest.
"A year ago I was walking through Times Square going to an Oprah Winfrey movie premiere and I bumped into R&B Singer Tweet, who is my absolute favorite female singer in the world," said Bryant. "And, I pulled an Orrick move and asked for a picture. We have grown into an incredible friendship; I call her my 'last lady.'"
Until that day comes, the songstress who rose to fame with her popular song called "Oops" about sexual escapades in 2002, is working on a gospel music album.
"I'm doing gospel. I rededicated my life to Christ so that's something that's important to me and I really need to do that," she said in a Gospel Goodies report. "It won't be traditional gospel... But my message will be different than it was before and I think people right now are hurting. They want something real and they want to relate."
She concluded by saying, "I think that's what gospel is and I think I'm going to bring them God in a different way that they can relate to."