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Two of his sisters dealt with substance abuse problems, and that's when the young Mc Clurkin found solace in his going to a church; and, also through an aunt of his who sang background vocals with gospel music musician, Andraé Crouch.By the time that he was a teenager, he had formed the Mc Clurkin Singers, and later he formed another group, the New York Restoration Choir.
The only thing that is missing in my life that can cause real family, is marriage.He is one of the top selling Gospel music artists, selling over 10 million albums worldwide. When he was eight years old, his two-year-old brother was hit and killed by a speeding driver.Soon after the loss, Mc Clurkin experienced family turmoil due to the loss of his brother and shortly there after he was a victim of childhood sexual abuse at the hands of his great uncle, and years after that by his great uncle's son.Rumors that Mc Clurkin and Mullen were dating started circulating after the two attended this year’s Stellar Awards together.But the gospel singers never made an official announcement about their romance until Thursday’s episode of “Praise the Lord.”Bernard hinted at Mc Clurkin’s engagement during a discussion about his new book, “What Women Want From Men.” Crouch then stood up and announced that the 56-year-old “We Fall Down” singer and Perfecting Faith Church pastor is, in fact, on course to get married.That’s what I want.” Then Crouch asked Mc Clurkin to tell the people his future bride’s name.
He said Mullen and mentioned that they met on a flight to Africa in December 2015.
Mc Clurkin, 56, said he’d known Mullen for 15 years but this was the first time they’d been able to have a real conversation.
Mullen, who has been married before to another musician David Mullen, announced her divorce from him in 2014.
The doctor suggested immediate treatment, but Mc Clurkin, who was then 31, decided to take his own advice.
"I tell people to believe that God will save you," he says, "[and] I had to turn around and practice the very thing that I preached." A friendship with a Warner Alliance executive resulted in his signing to the label for his 1996 self-titled LP, with producers Bill Maxwell, Mark Kibble of Take 6, Cedric and Victor Caldwell plus Andraé Crouch.
The audience erupted with praise as the camera zoomed in on a stunned Mc Clurkin who was possibly not aware that Crouch would make that announcement on an international television show.