Atlanta, GA — It wasn’t that long ago when Minister Earnest Pugh transitioned from the East Coast to his new home in the Mid-West, but apparently he is adjusting very well.
Pugh is now coming up on his one year anniversary as the Pastor of Worship for the LightHouse Church of Houston, TX, where Keion Henderson is the Senior Pastor. “I am having a great time and we are about to move into our new church which will seat 3,000. The church is really a blessing with great teaching, preaching, and great people,” says Pugh.
To also help celebrate the opening of the new church, Pugh is pulling together a huge Woman’s Conference for five nights during the last week of September. “I am excited about pulling this time of fellowship together for the ladies at my church and they are even more excited as we confirm our guest speakers and talent,” says Pugh!
When Pugh is not at the church, he is busy working his Record Label, P Man Music, under the auspicious of Central South and has a new EP coming out on August 26th, entitled, JUST WORSHIP.
Additionally Pugh also has a second label, EPM Music Group, through the eOne Music system, which is putting out three of his other CD’s. Pugh says “The new projects include a Praise Break CD, which includes shouting and dancing, A rising star CD and Charles Butler and Trinity came out last week, and we are simply excited and I’m having fun.”
Even with so much going on with a non-stop schedule Pugh says he still finds time to sleep and get the proper rest he needs as well as three meals a day and time for the gym.
For more information, go to, www.Earnestpugh.com .
Minister Earnest Pugh Pulling together Women’s Conference in Houston, TX was originally published on praiserichmond.com
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