Meet The Writer, Director, and producer
Delilah Rashell is a critically acclaimed writer, producer, director and has brought to the stage some of the best of theatre including her mega hit “7Women, 7Stools” “Things Ain’t What They Used To Be”, “Stop The Noise, Bring Back The Music”, and “Somebody Oughta Tell God Thank You”. Her shows have played to over 1.5 million patrons across the United States and the Virgin Islands. Delilah served as assistant director to Tyler Perry and national tour promoter with T.D. Jakes mega hit “Woman Thou Art Loosed”. Known as a “one woman machine” this incredible lady literally does it all. She is the writer of many of the original music pieces in this production. Delilah is not only the writer of this piece but the Director and Producer as well, not to mention the marketing director. Me, my Angel and my God ,we make quite a team, “It’s hard to take credit for the many gifts that God has given me because they are just that “gifts”.
Meet The Executive Producer
Al Wilson Jr.
According to Director/Playwright Delilah William’s, “God’s Trying To Tell You Something” is blessed to have Mr. Al Wilson Jr. as the Executive Producer for this enterprise.”
The Award-winning Director teamed with Mr. Wilson to launch one of her earlier stage successes, “Things Ain’t What They Used to Be!” We will come back to their collaborative relationship below. Many professional businessmen and businesswomen have started their careers with a lot of promise, potential, and some success…only to become overnight sensations and then fade as distant memories. However, “Al” (as he is affectionately called) has managed to launch a series of successful ventures…with consummate ease and without much fanfare. And, he is still in the game!
Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, in 1934, his success in entertainment started in 1954 when he joined the U.S. Air Force and became a ground-to-air communications technician and expert at installing, repairing, and maintaining top-secret military communications equipment worldwide. However, due to his love for music, in 1964 he also became Coordinator for the Armed Forces Radio & TV Services Worldwide. While still in the military, Mr. Wilson launched his own TV show entitled, “America’s Got Talent!” The show was broadcast for 10-years. Under his direction and production, talented service members were filmed in the studio and at live performances at venues on military bases in Korea, Germany, Italy, Turkey, the Philippines, and Hollywood, CA. After 20-years of exemplary service and achieving the rank of Chief Master Sergeant, Mr. Wilson retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1974. Young Al was hard working and thrifty and purchased his first home at the age of seventeen. This ambition was a prelude to a successful career as a purchaser and developer of numerous residential and commercial real estate properties, and in 1997 he founded Al & Associates Property Management & Services, Inc. (AAPMS). The company acquired apartment complexes and converted them into townhouses and condominiums and resold them. AAPMS, Inc. also secured several major government contracts for property management services with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in Los Angeles and Palmdale, California, the Norton Air Force Base, Point Magu Naval Base, and the Federal Building on Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles, California. During this period, his company employed 600 workers and generated tens of millions of dollars in revenue.
Meet The Musical Director
Charles "Buddy" Ware
Around the age of 2, there was an apparent hunger for music within “BWare Productions” founder, owner, and operator Charles “Buddy” Ware Jr. At the age of ten, Charles was able to learn and participate in services as a drummer/percussionist at World Faith Christian Church in Fayetteville, N.C., where his father served as the music pastor. Around this time, Charles had begun experimenting with drum machines and keyboards that belonged to his father, Pastor Charles Ware Sr. (also an accomplished musician and artist). Growing into a “by ear” pianist with heavy influences from Jason White, Kevin Bond, George Duke, and many others, Charles took on music instruction at A.A. Stagg high school and furthered his education in general music theory, production, and technique at S.J. Delta College.
Throughout the past ten years, Charles has arranged and/or produced a total of 15 artists (for over 100 songs) and the list is growing, even today! This list includes one stellar award nomination! Buddy has also played for (and accompanied) many well accomplished artists on numerous stages, projects and albums, as a pianist. Residing in the Stockton area, Charles is now a well rounded musical director, producer, and arranger who not only gives back to the community (through low cost production and to those nearby) but also takes time to tutor those in the community who seek musical expertise. He is waiting to help produce your next project or live performance!
Meet The Choreographer
Hersha lives in Stockton, California with her husband, Kevious Keller. Hersha has a dance team (Adoration). In addition, she and her husband, opened a Beauty Supply Store earlier (8/21) this year. Her passion is dancing. In 2021, Hersha choreographed from James Fortune, Pastor Mike, Jr., Le’Andria Johnson, and Pastor John P. Kee concerts in Stockton, California. Hersha is honored and privileged to have choreographed a few of the pieces (Deliver Me, & How I Got Over, etc.) in this dynamic stage play. She gives God all the glory.
Meet The Costume Designer
Sharon started her career as a costume designer for several R&B singers and groups in Atlanta, from The Temptations to Outkast. Stop the Noise, Bring Back the Music, a Delilah Rashell Williams production, was her first opportunity to do costumes for a stage play. She then went on to costume other plays for Delilah, including Things Ain't What They Used to Be and God is Trying to Tell You Something. Sharon was also costume designer for T.D. Jakes' stage plays Woman Thou Art Loosed and Behind Closed Doors, and several of Tyler Perry's stage plays as well.
She has recently worked for two prominent fashion houses based in Florida, and was the costumer for Allegheny College's Communication Arts department in Pennsylvania.
"I am so pleased to be a part of this amazing production." says Sharon -and we are thrilled to have the best in the business share her awesome gift with us...from the period slave attire to the beautiful choir robes, gorgeous glitter gowns, and stunning finale dresses this lady did it all! There's only one Sharon Matthews and we are so blessed that she's onboard!
Meet The Company Manager
Born and raised in South-Central Los Angeles, Linda Coleman moved to Sacramento after high school to further her education. A graduate of CSU Sacramento, Linda holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work and continues to work in this field to date. The gift that has always made room for Linda is the gift of Administration. Linda is an Administrative Supervisor for Sacramento County and shares this gift with other groups she is involved with. She is the Executive Secretary and Convention Coordinator for the California Apostolic Fellowship, Event Coordinator for the Women Who Love God Retreats and works as part of the ministry team, is an Executive Board member and assists with event coordination at Church of the Sovereign God where she is a member. Linda’s daughter and grandson are truly the beats of her heart. Linda feels blessed to be a part of this awesome Critically Acclaimed Production alongside her friend of over 50 years, writer/producer/director, Ms. Delilah Rashell Williams. To God Be The Glory!
Boys in the Band
Jerry Jordan Jr
Jerry Jordan Jr comes from a family of COGIC musicians. He is a PK. He has toured and/or recorded with Edwin, Walter, Lynette & Tremaine Hawkins, Yolanda Adams, Bobby Brown and El DeBarge, and has had a part in several gospel stage plays including GTTTYS.
Jerry loves playing on GK Bass Amps. Jerry plays with a local band called Latin Magic and shares his musical gift with other churches in Sacramento, Oakland and Modesto, CA. He has also gotten to play behind other gospel greats such as Andre Crouch, Bebe Winans, Beverly Crawford and Doug-las Miller. Listen tonight as Jerry makes that Bass talk in each song throughout the night!
Stefon DuBose, also known as “Spider” in the music industry, is a Sacramento, CA native. He began drumming at the tender age of 2 years old under his private instructor Mr. Floyd Kennedy. Stefon was a 1997 Diploma graduate from Hiram Johnson West Campus High School in Sacramento, CA & was the recipient of the Archalene Martin Vice Principal scholarship & Ritz Neygrow Music Scholarship (in recognition of outstanding school leadership & community leadership; proven musical capability, adaptability, and influence). Stefon served as his high school drum captain all four years. Stefon was blessed with numerous music & academic scholarships to study music at the Sacramento State University & Azusa Pacific University where he was actively involved in the touring choirs; gospel band; jazz band; commercial music recording & engineering program; percussion ensemble; marching band; and drum line. Stefon’s credits include many artists, some of which include Sly & the Family Stone, , Kim Burrell, Lawrence Matthews (GospoCentric Records), Dorinda Clark-Cole, The New America Singers, Bishop Paul Morton Jr., the late Bishop Walter Hawkins & The Love Center Choir, Pastor Marvin Winans, Steven Roberts & Northern California Chapter of the GMWA, The Sacramento Metropolitan Chapter of the GMWA, the late Clarence Eggleton, and many others. Stefon is ever so blessed to support and be endorsed by the following companies: Vic Firth drumsticks, Remo drumheads, EPAD practice pads, Audix microphones, Protection Racket cases, DB Drum Shoes, Rhythm Tech Percussion, KickPort International and ShellKey Percussion Products. Stefon’s motto is: “Before you play, Begin to Pray”.
Moses Mendoza Jr
Moses Mendoza Jr hails from the great city of Stockton, California. He attends Apostolic Tabernacle Church under the Pastoralship of his father, Moses Mendoza Sr. "Mo" as he is affectionately called, is the Lead Guitarist for Apostolic Tabernacle, The House of Modesto. Once you’ve heard Mo play, you will know there is something very special about him. Some would call it the anointing. Call it what you may but it is an extraordinary sound, making some pat their feet and others wave their hands. We are so glad to have Mo apart of this extraordinary production.
Cyndi Franklin is a Co-Pastor of Cornerstone Church in downtown Fresno. Though originally from Oklahoma, she and her husband have been pastoring in Fresno for 28 years. She has been married 40 years and has three children: Jessi-ca, Nathan and James. They’ve been blessed with a wonder-ful son-in-law and three amazing grandchildren. Cyndi is a supporting force leading in Worship, Women’s Ministry and the Marriage Ministry for Cornerstone Church. She is li-censed with the Assemblies of God denomination. Her minis-try duties include organizing Woman’s Conferences and re-treats; conducting marriage seminars and classes, leading a weekly devotional post on Facebook, called LIVE LAUGH & LOVE, sharing in the pulpit ministry, and leading the music through praise & worship. She travels doing women’s conferences, retreats and meetings throughout the year, and though she is willing to fulfill whatever ministry tasks are needed,, her primary focuses are preaching the Word and using the anointed gifting of music that God has given her, to inspire and re-fire God’s people. Cyndi has recorded six al-bums, the latest entitled, “For God’s Sake”. Together with her husband, their mission is to “awaken the sleeping Giant” - the church; reclaim the position and purpose God has prepared His people to walk in—”on earth as it is in heaven”; and to be a voice to conservatives everywhere, to make a positive difference in the world we live in. See her come to life as she plays the role of “The Massa’s Wife”.
Whose Who On Stage
Tiffany Binion Mangum
With over 25 years of music ministry experience, under her father and pastor, Dr. Paul L. Binion, II, including more than 10 years professionally, Tiffany Binion Mangum comes with a unique urban contemporary style of her own. As a artist/songwriter, Tiffany debuted her artistry with her EP release entitled Manifest, has followed up with her latest single – “Love So Great” featuring Louie Lou, and “Just Ask” featuring Doobie Powell, from her sophomore EP “Just Ask.” Tiffany is a multi award-winning artist and songwriter, and is also a seasoned stage actress, worship leader, and psalmist delivering a sound to speak to your soul! She has made her recent film debut, as a lead actress in the independent film industry, with more film projects in the pipeline. Tiffany brings anointed, creative excellence to every atmosphere in which she ministers. You can follow and connect with Tiffany on the mainstream social media, as she loves to connect with all people!
Gregory Allen Jr.
Gregory Allen, Jr. is a native of Sacramento, California, who has a passion for drama and the arts. He’s had the opportunity to star in several local productions, including Chris Fields’ gospel musical “Family Bonded” in 2018. He has since recorded and produced songs, shot a music video, filmed a television pilot episode and penned a song for the sequel, “Family Bonded Christmas.” Gregory currently holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Media Communications from California State University, Sacramento, and aspires to one day be a screenwriter and movie producer. He loves the Lord and wants to continue to encourage God’s people through his ministry.
Independent Gospel Alliance Artist of the Year 2020, Teresa Jae, is an actress, singer and songwriter from Sacramento, Ca. Both singles released in 2020, “Good Enough” and “Create in Me” topped the Christian radio release charts in the top 10 for over 3 weeks! Teresa is also a featured actress since 2018, in the Gospel Musical Family Bonded, Family Bonded 2 and is currently filming the pilot for the sitcom.
Teresa Jae has served as a worship leader, choir and vocal director in the Sacramento area for over 15 years. Her passion is to share the complete and unconditional love and acceptance of Jesus Christ and to teach from a place of total surrender through uninhibited worship.
MICHAEL CHARLES JOHNSON
Michael Charles Johnson (AKA Michael J). Born and raised in East Saint Louis, IL. A graduate of Bowling Green State University in OH. Holds a Bachelor’s degree in theater from the school of Arts and Communications. Michael J is one of the Original cast members of God Is Trying To Tell You Something. Performing in the star scene, Rainy Night In Georgia and recording
Swing Down Sweet Chariot and Be Encouraged. Appeared in several plays and TV productions. Performs in a one man show, singing songs by Barry White, Isaac Hayes, Lou Rawls, and Teddy Pendergrass. A member of a singing group called Next Level, singing all The Temptations’ songs. His future endeavors are to release several cover songs by different artists.
For over 40 years her love and passion for theater has allowed her to enjoy singing, acting and even a little dancing. Some of her favorite performances include; Porgy and Bess Godspell, The Wiz, Newsies, How to succeed in business without really trying, Once on this Island, Waist watchers, Legends of soul and so many more. Rita also has her own production company, RAMS Explosive productions, where she has written and directed six gospel plays! 30 years ago she was blessed to be in Delilah Williams production of God‘s trying to tell you something! Rita feels so fortunate to reunite in this amazing production again! “Maybe God is trying to tell me something, that he’s not done with me yet. Thank you Lord.”
1983 Featured in the Sacramento Urban League “The Wiz” 1987 to Present Member of the Gospel Music Workshop of America, Inc., *Alto section leader for the 2000 voice National Mass Choir. *1987 to Present-Member of the Sacramento Metropolitan Chapter Choir Gospel Music Workshop of America* Currently services as the Chapter Representative * 1996 Nominated for the Director of the Year award at the Justin Cummings' Academy Awards in Oakland* 1998 to Present Member of St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church, Sacramento, California under the leadership of Dr. Ephraim Williams Choir director, praise and worship team member, director of the Praise Dance Ministries and a Sunday School and Bible Study teacher. * 2012 Inducted in the EMG Honors Trailblazer Hall of Fame * 2014 & 2015 Background Singer for Gospel Saxophonist, Angela Christie * 2015 Background Singer for Gospel Recording artist Danetra Moore. * Quincy has also had the privilege of recording with artist such as Wanda NeroButler, the late Clarence Eggleton & Friends, the late Precious Craft & the Voices of Faith, the late Rev. James Cleveland & the Northern and Southern California Chapter Choirs of the Gospel Music Workshop of America, Inc. (featured soloist), the GMWA National Mass Choir, Sacramento Metropolitan Chapter (GMWA) (featured soloist) and St. Paul Baptist Church Mass Choir (featured soloist). And through gospel music she has had the privilege to travel throughout the United States as well as to the Bahamas and twice to Sweden. * 2018 Released a New CD with the Sacramento Chapter presents The 2018 MLK Dream Team
Aaron Williams is 18 years old. At the age of 3, he started singing in the church choir and praise team. In 2018 Aaron went to Barbizon Acting and Modeling School, where he was later invited to the Los Angeles Showcase and won first place in the singing competition. He began to learn the instrument of his voice and has been in professional vocal training since. In 2019, Aaron established Black Student Union at American Canyon High School, a place of education for ourselves, and community events. In 2021, Aaron made it to round 2 of 4 on season one Wan Wednesday singing competition, hosted by Wanya Morris of the 90’s boy group, Boyz II Men. Later, granted the opportunity with other contestants to meet Wanya Morris on a getaway weekend with him. Aaron's dedicated to writing new music, finding his voice, and growing into a mature young man
Elaine Moonie has been blessed to serve as one of the leading roles in Bishop T.D. Jakes' "Woman Thou Art Loosed" stage play and Tyler Perry's "I Can Do Bad All By Myself" stageplay video. She has also toured with “God’s Trying to Tell You Something,” Thing’s Ain’t What They Used to Be”, Somebody Oughta Tell God Thank You”, “Stop the Noise and Bring Back the Music,” all written, directed, and produced by Delilah Rashell Williams. Elaine Moonie is the wife of a loving husband, Jarrett “JJ” Moonie and has two beautiful children, Jayla and Lil Mr. Moonie. Elaine is grateful for this opportunity to serve with such a great group of actors, singers, musicians, and friends. She gives God all of the Glory for everything that He has done in her life.
James Williams is a husband, father of 2, Pastor, recording artist and has a heart for International Missions. Having a creative heart, James has recorded a single, “So Glad I Know You” and recorded on a number of projects as a guest artist. His music has taken him to Europe, Africa & Central America. He has shared the stage & worked with Jason Nelson, Hezekiah Walker, Kevin Bond, Mike Bereal, Mark Yandris and others. He pastors GracePointe Faith Church in American Canyon, California.
Dave Terry is a singer/songwriter/producer/arranger born in Oakland, Ca and grew up in the San Francisco bay area, now residing in Sacramento, Ca. He has worked with many of the greats through the years including Aretha Franklin, Mel Carter, HB Barnum, Mike Pinder and Tony Clarke of the Moody Blues, Gloria and Imelda Papin from the Philippines, and many more. He has performed at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood, Ca, performed guitar tracks for Star Search, and Dance Fever and was a co-writer for artists of the Universal Music Group. He recently released his own album called “It’s About Time” co-produced by Nolan Shaheed, the music director of Diana Ross, Marvin Gaye, and Stevie Wonder, along with musicians from the bands of Stevie Wonder, Lionel Ritchie, Ray Charles, Kool and the gang, and the Vincent sisters of Tony Orlando and Dawn, Brandye, the Supremes and more…
Beth Hunter is a dynamic singing gospel artist residing in Fresno, CA. She has been serving in music ministry for 30+ years. She is well accomplished as a choir director, worship leader, professional background vocalist, and indie recording artist. This multitalented young lady brings much to the table with her ability to make you laugh playing the role of Sis. Governor Ware in Dinner on the ground, and the ability to make you take notice as she honors and immulates the dynamic Mahalia Jackson in the Star Scene. Beth we are so glad to have you on board.
HUIE D. LOVELADY
Huie D. Lovelady has been in music ministry for 40 years and still going strong! I have written, arranged and recorded several gospel songs. Anointed music is my specialty. Simply playing and singing songs of healing and deliverance is my choice. I currently serve as minister of music for 3 local churches in Sacramento CA. This year 2022 is a 30 year milestone for me serving as the Jurisdictional Minister of Music for Northern CA 1st Jurisdiction of the Church Of God In Christ and The Unity Community Choir. I have traveled the US and a broad sharing love through music ministry.
Taunia Scroggins is a Teacher from Stockton California. She has been working with children and families for more than 27 years, which she is very passionate about. Taunia enjoys cooking, shopping, singing, spending time with her family, and traveling. Taunia is a song writer and a recording artist. Children's music (Teacher Taunia) Christian music (Taunia). Taunia shines as she takes a lead on Come and Go with Me To My Fathers House and in her role as the Pastor’s Wife in The Church Scene and Dinner on the Grounds.
Simon Isaac aka Savage Simon has been no stranger when it comes to performing on stage. He has developed the passion for dancing and entertaining since he was a young boy. Over the years, Savage has been constantly studying the great artists and bands that have inspired him and now he’s on a mission to perfect his craft to be become a professional music artist and performer who spreads God’s unconditional love, positivity, and inspiration around the would. Watch Simon tonight as he pays homage to the Worlds Greatest entertainer, Michael Jackson (Michael you would be proud)
Porshe Edwards graced the stage for the very first time at the tender age of 2 winning her first competition. She has traveled the country singing for Conferences, Convocations, Concerts and more. She has be afforded the opportunity to Sing on National Platforms such as the "March on Washington" as well as the "Macy's Thanksgiving Parade". She is currently working on her debt EP.
Jarrett “JJ” Moonie
Jarrett “JJ” Moonie, a native of Gastonia North Carolina, has graced the stage as one of the leading roles in “A Fool For Love”, “The Sins of My Father”, “A Passion For Justice”, “The Man of Her Dreams”, and “There’s a Stranger In My House”, playing along side of Vivica Fox, and Clifton Powell. Jarrett has also been a part of “God’s Trying To Tell You Something” and feels blessed to be a part of this electrifying production written, directed, and produced by Delilah Rachelle Williams. Jarrett gives God all of the glory for everything that He has done in his life.
Danene Moore began singing at an early age in church. Having both parents musically active she learned the different genres of gospel music at a young age. This strong bloodline of singers branched from the tree trunks of her and her husband into their children, who are all musically inclined, with her daughter being runner up on BET’s Sundays Best. Danene is the former Miss Black Stockton, She is making her acting debut in Gods Trying to Tell You Something, and doing a darn good job at it.
Bishop DL Edwards
Bishop DL Edwards was made for the stage. Whether preaching, singing, or making small appearances his star quality shines bright. He has been acting and making up different characters all of his life. This multitalented also has mastered the piano as well as the guitar. Watch DL tonight as he salutes the musical icon, Mr. Ray Charles in the Star Scene. The walk, the swaying of the head, and the sound of the voice will make you think that he’s still alive.
Olevia Williams began singing at an early age, perfecting her talent with professional voice training, singing at church, and in the community. Olevia's gospel solo artist career launched in 2006 with CD "No Limits", which hit that year's TOP Gospel Billboard Albums. She has traveled far and near and has shared the stage with world renown gospel artists. She serves as worship leader/vocal director at This Is Pentecost Fellowship Ministries (TIP), Pastor Tamara Bennett, Sacramento, CA. Olevia's love for the Lord and people gives her an energy that can't be ignored. Operating in her gift of music and calling of Evangelist and Teacher, she gets joy out of seeing souls brought to Christ, being delivered, and set free .
Earnest L Moore Jr.
From the pews of pursuit to the darts of determination, Earnest L Moore Jr has managed to defy the odds of life’s opposition and rise above statistical sects. With a voice like no other, he has hailed as an atmosphere shaker, crowd pusher and influencer of many. He has performed on many platforms and has seen the power of God manifested through healing, deliverance and people being set free. As a minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ, it is his desire that through the power of God, all persons understand their God given assignment and fulfill their purpose in the earth realm. Earnest is the proud father of his miracle child Aniah and they live in Sacramento, CA
The Magic Behind The Scene
Since the beginning, many years ago, Tony Cox and his rich voice is heard on all of the “God’s Trying To Tell You Something” Radio and TV commercials. Tony’s video over resume includes voicing and producing commercials for Toyota, Ford, Harlem Globetrotters, Sacramento Kings, San Jose Sharks, Oakland Raiders & A’s, and many others. Tony is our show Production Coordinator and is “The Voice of God” in to-day’s performance!
Marc Cambridge is one of the premier sound engineers in the state of California, providing his services for over 40 years, including teaching at the Carriage performing arts center for over 30years, providing both services and performances as a percussionist for the Sacramento Symphony Orchestra, The Folsom Symphony Orchestra, the Reno Symphony Orchestra and the California Wind Symphony Orchestra. He has also provided sound for top notch performers such as Lou Rawls, Chita Rivera and Billie Ray Cyrus to name a few, and for over 20 years Marc has provided sound for the Sacramento Jazz Festival as well. Marc has provided sound for one of Delilah’s other works, “7 Women 7 Stools” throughout the state of California, as well as the states of Washington, Oregon and Alaska. Marc says, “I am proud to provide sound for her mega hit stage production “God’s trying to tell you something”, as this show is exciting, timeless and Broadway worthy.
Based in Sacramento, Hugo Martinez, Production Designer/Art Director, based in Sacramento, is one of the motion picture industry’s finest set designers and special effects specialists. Hugo can turn towns into winter wonderlands in the middle of summer and blow trucks into balls of flame for action motion pictures. Hugo’s talents can be seen in some of the set and lighting movements in God’s Trying To Tell You Something.
Vina hails from Bakersfield, California where she was born and raised, and found a great love for the arts at an early age. She is one of the original cast/crew members from the first tour which allowed her to meet not only her biological brother but her biological mother for the first time while on the road. She just loves this show and is so grateful to be back she gives all praise and honor to God first and is grateful for him allowing her this grand opportunity.
Sharon was born and raised in Oakland CA. She moved to Fairbanks, Alaska in 1975 and than to Anchorage, Alaska where she met playwright Delilah Williams . She toured the Soviet Union with the Honorable Governor Jay Hammond and the Alaska Performing Artist For Peace which consisted of sixty people including five gospel singers directed by Delilah Williams. She moved back to CA and performed with the play “Black Folks In Song” which was first performed in Anchor-age, Alaska, the name changed to “God’s Trying To Tell You Something”.
Since leaving the show she adopted her beautiful daughter (“Fifty With A Two Year Old” book coming soon). Being a mother was the highest honor of her life she has such high regards for mothers especially single mothers (which she was). Her daughter is currently a full time college student (talk about a full circle moment) so she is free to tour again. Sharon believes It’s Not Over Until God Says It’s Over.