Pharrell Williams Discusses Growing Up in the Pentecostal Church, Thoughts on the Coronavirus Pandemic, and His Netflix Series “Voices of Fire” on Kirk Franklin’s New Podcast

Thirteen-time Grammy Award-winning artist and producer Pharrell Williams detailed his experience with the tangible spirit of God in an interview with Kirk Franklin earlier this month.

On the first episode of the “Good Words with Kirk Franklin” podcast, Franklin invited his “123 Victory Remix” collaborator on to discuss his approach to life and his relationship with God.

During the podcast, Williams detailed the lasting impact gospel music and the Pentecostal Church had on his formative years, which helped him discover his “purpose” in life.

In describing his experience with the Holy Spirit, Williams said, “Forget the wave in the basketball arena, forget the wave at the football stadium. You’ve never seen the wave of the Spirit causing people in waves; you see their heads turning and going up and down or whatever. Meanwhile, they’re still simultaneously people jumping up and down.”

Williams described what most people in the charismatic church would call the move of the spirit, which he says is tangibly felt.

Click here to read more.

SOURCE: Christian Post, Jeannie Law

When you purchase a book below it supports the Number #1 Black Christian Newspaper BLACK CHRISTIAN NEWS NETWORK ONE ( and it also allows us to spread the Gospel around the world.