Gospel Music Artist Marvin Sapp loses wife to Colon Cancer



Marvin and MaLinda Sapp

Gospel music artist Marvin Sapp has lost his wife and best friend, MaLinda Sapp to colon cancer. Marvin and MaLinda had been married for 15 years and have three children. Marvin and his church, Lighthouse Full Life Center Church, had previously launched a 24 hour prayer campaign for the complete healing of MaLinda. Marvin recently curtailed his travel and recording plans in order to be with his wife during her time of sickness.


MaLinda Sapp was Administrative Pastor alongside Marvin Sapp at their church, Lighthouse Full Life Center Church in Grand Rapids, MI. According to MaLinda's Bio she was a limited licensed psychologist, licensed professional Counselor and served as a College Professor. She also served as Manager for Marvin Sapp and had Executive Producer credits on many of his Audio and Video Recordings. Marvin Sapp was part of the popular Gospel group, Commissioned and is best known for chart topping Gospel songs, “Never Would Have Made It” and “The Best in Me.”


My favorite song of Marvin's was, "Never Would Have Made It" and it still ministers to my soul whenever I hear it! I was Blessed to have met him personally when I worked at Hattiesburg-Laurel Regional Airport in my Hometown, Laurel, MS. Please pray for Marvin, his children and the entire family during this difficult time and also remember their Friends and Loved Ones. My heart goes out to their 3 Children and I pray for God to strengthen them as well and I can only imagine their hurt and pain in losing their wonderful Mother. Thank all of you for your Prayers and devotion to the Sapp Family. God Bless! ~EarthAngel~







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