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Grammy Award Nominated James Fortune Discusses Domestic Violence Charge

Houston, TX: Grammy Award nominated gospel artist James Fortune who is known for chart-topping gospel radio classics such as “I Believe” and “I Trust You” sits down with “The 700 Club” television program Tuesday, June 28 @10:00 AM EST to discuss the domestic abuse charges that rocked his household and shocked the gospel music industry two years ago.

James Fortune
James Fortune

“For the first time, I am sitting down to answer questions about the painful events that unfolded in my life two years ago and the road to healing,” says Fortune who sat down with veteran CBN journalist Efrem Graham for an exclusive interview about the domestic abuse charges, jail time and his path back to healing. “Being abusive is a choice,” he tells Graham in the explosive segment. “It’s not a mistake. It’s something that you choose to do when you know it’s wrong and you do it anyway.” Graham says the interview, “Will touch hurting people like never before.”

Here’s a snippet from the dramatic interview on “The 700 Club”: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GvdQ7EDMA9s

As he was going through his darkest days, Fortune says that “Prayer Saved My Life” which is also the name of his new autobiographical radio hit of the same name.  “People all over the country were praying for James and his family to heal,” says Kerry Douglas, CEO of Black Smoke Music Worldwide. “We all have issues but through prayer to God, James and his family is coming through all of it with a new testimony.” The soul-stirring song is featured on the Top Ten album “Kerry Douglas Presents Gospel Mix 2016.”

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