Celebrity Evangelist Shares Gospel with Paris Jackson: ‘Truth and Peace is Found In Jesus’
By Movieguide® Staff
The Celebrity Evangelist, whose real name is Dylan Novak, recently shared the gospel with model, actress and singer-songwriter Paris Jackson, the daughter of the pop-icon Michael Jackson.
According to Novak, Paris and her brothers were raised by their grandparents after the death of their father in 2009, and introduced to the false religion of Jehovah’s Witness.
“Paris Jackson. After her father (Michael) passed away in 2009, Paris and her brothers were raised by their grandparents, who are part of the Jehovah’s Witness cult,” Novak wrote on Facebook.
He continued: “During an interview with Willow Smith, Paris said, ‘My family’s very religious, and a lot, like homosexuality, is very taboo. So we don’t talk about it, and it’s not really accepted. I’ve gotten to a point where I respect them and I have love for them, I respect their beliefs, I respect their religion. Right now, I’m at a point where, to expect them to put aside their culture and their religion, like, expectations lead to resentments.’”
But Novak said that in a recent conversation with Paris, he steered her towards the Gospel—which is about a relationship with Jesus, not religion.
“I had a very nice conversation with her about how truth and peace is found in a relationship with Jesus, not religion,” he said. “She was very appreciative and receptive of ‘Jesus > Religion’ by Jefferson Berthke, ‘GASP! by Tony Nolan, tracts, and letter. Please be praying for her…”
Movieguide® previously reported on Novak’s ministry:
Evangelist Dylan Novak, who goes by Celebrity Evangelist on social media, recently talked with HALLOWEEN director John Carpenter about faith.
Novak does not shy away from preaching the Gospel, even to well-known celebrities like Carpenter.
In a recent Facebook post, Novak outlined his conversation with Carpenter.
Novak often travels to conventions with his family to minister to the celebrities attending.
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