But the gospel singers never made an official announcement about their romance until Thursday's episode of "Praise the Lord. Crouch then stood up and announced that the year-old "We Fall Down" singer and Perfecting Faith Church pastor is, in fact, on course to getting married. You want me to just drop something on ya? Laurie, afraid that her husband had spoken too soon, asked if they should consider editing the information out of the program but McClurkin then proceeded to explain his decision.
The only thing that is missing in my life that can cause real family, is marriage. Spiritually, I'm almost there. Emotionally, I'm getting it together. But the only thing that's missing out of everything that I'm doing locally, cross country and globally is that aspect that makes family, family — is that wife that would make man whole, that element that brings favor to man.
The verse says "he who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favor from the Lord. The New York-based minster talked about spending his nights watching Cartoon Network until 2 a. I'm not saying to love me, 'cause there's a lot of people that love me. I want someone that I can love, heal and comfort, protect and secure. That's what I want," he said, before announcing "Donnie McClurkin is getting married!
The show then progressed to become an on the spot premarital counseling session for the Grammy Award-winner. Twenty-three minutes into the program, Crouch asked McClurkin to name his future bride. McClurkin then described how God brought him and Mullen together on an flight to Africa in December McClurkin said that even though they've known each other for 15 years, the first time they really had a chance to talk was when they were seated next to each other on a flight to the Ivory Coast, during which they spoke for eight hours.
Both singers have been open about their love lives in the past. While McClurkin has never been married, the single father has been open about his struggles with his feelings of loneliness. Watch the full episode below: