Gospel singer, Pastor Donnie McClurkin shed light this weekend on his Hurricane Sandy challenges via twitter.

Read the tweets below from McClurkin sharing his experiences:

“they say my power should be back by the 9th (my B-day)…another 6days..this iPad is a lot of light..but NO HEAT in the high ’30’s/low 40’s—”
Donnie McClurkin (@Donnieradio) November 04, 2012

“sorrry y’all..still w/o lights & in the cold..just barely getting internet. thx.. @DonaldLawrence: Postponed @realfredhammond @yolandalive—”
Donnie McClurkin (@Donnieradio) November 04, 2012

“my 1st day with internet service in a few days…and its still on and off…gotta tweet quick before I lose signal. thanx for praying 4 us!” —
Donnie McClurkin (@Donnieradio) November 01, 2012

Kirk Franklin, Marvin Sapp, Donnie McClurkin and Israel Houghton, collectively known as “The King’s Men,” took to the same stage for the very first time with a fall tour.

He wasn’t the only gospel artist who had a change in plans this week.After careful consideration and deliberation, producers and promoters of Verizon’s How Sweet The Sound have decided to postpone the national finale scheduled this past Sunday, November 4th at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

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