Televangelist Frederick KC Price, Founder of Crenshaw Christian Center, Dies from COVID-19 at 89
The Christian Post - Frederick K.C. Price, the founder of the 28,000-member Crenshaw Christian Center in California, has died weeks after contracting the coronavirus.
“Our Husband, Father & your Apostle has gone to be w/ the Lord this evening,” the Los Angeles-based televangelist’s family announced Friday night.
“We accept his decision to go as he got a glimpse of glory a few weeks ago. We are sad. Please allow us some time to process. He fought the good fight of faith & laid hold of eternal life.”
Price and his wife, Betty, both tested positive for the coronavirus in early January.
Last week, Crenshaw Christian Center took to social media to state that Price continued to “face health challenges posed by COVID-19.” The ministry urged people to pray for the complete restoration of his “lungs, heart and kidneys and any other parts of his body” that were “under attack” as he spent weeks in the....READ MORE
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