The hosts sound off on Louisiana pastor, Tony Spell, still holding Easter services as he faces charges for already having defied states's ban on public gatherings, and says, "true Christians do not mind dying" if they get infected with covid-19 at church. Marie Osmond says, "I'm a Christian, and I'm not ready to die yet. I know that God can hear my prayers just fine in my home. This is a little intense." Eve states, "This is just wrong. You have to have God in your heart before you can trust in a man at a pulpit." "I don't think this is spiritual," declares Sheryl Underwood. "This is politicians playing to a large flock of voters...gathering people together just so you can put money into your koffer just for you to have a collection plate. I don't think that when you see God, I do not believe he is going to be pleased." She adds, "You cannot take advantage of people that need spirituality right now. And for those who are leaders of the church, you must do the right thing."
Air Date: Apr 10, 2020