Lawd Have Mercy is the show that highlights viral videos that laugh at the lighter side of faith and religion with hosts, Flex Alexander, Buddy Lewis and the LHM Gospel Choir. Produced by former Major League Baseball player Kenny Lofton and Brenton Earley.
Status: In Development
Runtime: 30 minutes
Lawd Have Mercy - Jacky Cullum Chisholm - Netflix
Jacky Clark-Chisholm (born Jacqueline Cullum; December 29, 1948) is an American gospel singer. She is the oldest member of the gospel singing group The Clark Sisters.
Lawd Have Mercy - Solo career - Netflix
On March 29, 2005, Chisholm released her first solo album, Expectancy, on the Entheos Records label. On this album she teamed up with songwriter/producer Carnell Murrell, Autun Foster, and Doreonne Stramler. Recorded live at the Cathedral Center in Detroit, the album’s background vocals were supplied by a special assembly of vocalists, which included two of her children, Angel and Aaron Chisholm, as well as Lorenzo Clark, her sister Denise Clark-Bradford's son. The choir was directed by Bryon Stanfield. Her vision for the album is simply meant to “minister to the heart and soul, to restore the people of God who’ve been hurt working in the church.” Her signature vocals can be heard on “Oil of God,” “We Are Overcomers” featuring Twinkie Clark, and the urban Gospel tune “My Soul Says Yes.” The album also features a duet with Jacky and Ron Winans and a special appearance by the Clark Sisters together on “Blessing Me.” On March 25, 2014, Jacky released her latest single “My Season”, accompanied with the song On my Mind. This was the first release of new material since her 2005 solo debut. On July 7, 2017 Jacky released a single called “Shout” this song has a youthful urban sound. Jacky stated in a Instagram video that she was very proud of this single.