Sean “Diddy” Combs brings new series “Kingdom Culture” with T.D. Jakes to REVOLT
“This partnership with REVOLT is a great opportunity to further expand our reach to a younger generation,” Bishop T.D. Jakes said about his new show.
On Monday (June 21), REVOLT Media & TV Chairman Sean “Diddy” Combs announced a brand new exclusive sermon series on the network that will be hosted by global Christian leader Bishop T.D. Jakes.
“Kingdom Culture with T.D. Jakes” premiered on Sunday (June 20) at 9:00 a.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT and aired from The Potter’s House Church in Dallas, Texas. Going forward, the weekly series will display enlightening sermons and conversations from Bishop Jakes to REVOLT’s young audience.
“This partnership is a landmark moment for REVOLT, expanding into the faith space to create a program that will inspire millions around the world to have hope and walk in their power,” Combs said. “Bishop Jakes is one of the most transformational leaders of our time who has made a profound impact on my life, so we’re honored for him to join the REVOLT family and use his gift to empower the culture.”
“We are so honored to have the legendary Bishop T.D. Jakes join the REVOLT family. This partnership transports REVOLT to new heights, reiterating our mission to create curated, impactful content,” added Detavio Samuels, CEO of REVOLT. “Bishop Jakes’ weekly service has been a motivational outlet for the Black community, especially during the last year, and we’re pleased to expand his reach to our network.”
Bishop Jakes, a New York Times bestselling author of over 40 books and CEO of T.D. Jakes Enterprises, will preach about various topics including growth, power, love, leadership, vision and more. The series will aim to get hip hop and culture fans from around the world engaged in his teachings.
“This partnership with REVOLT is a great opportunity to further expand our reach to a younger generation. In the last year or two, many young people have been adversely affected by a mix of economic woes and a pandemic both here in the United States and around the world,” Jakes affirmed. “I am looking forward to an alliance that engages with this unique audience while also empowering and uplifting them.”
“Kingdom Culture with T.D. Jakes” will also re-broadcast master class conversations, special forums, and international discussions that The Potter’s House and Bishop Jakes frequently host throughout the year. The forthcoming episodes will showcase the power of the bishop’s voice, which extends throughout politics, entertainment, business and global humanitarian work.
Be sure to tune in every Sunday only on REVOLT! Check out how you can watch here.
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