From singing in the choir to the behind closed doors - Sunday Morning depicts the urban church dating scene in the millennium with its ups and downs all the while trying to find God and destiny.
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Sunday Morning brings to the floor much of the back room drama that takes place before or after the hallelujah, throw your hands up in the air and get your praise on in your local church.
Ebony and her male counterpart, Dominick Willis find themselves caught betwixt a whirlwind of rumors and non-stop gossip in their church. Ebony is soon confronted with destiny and choice regarding her life.
Will Ebony be able to forfeit her dream to pursue destiny? Or will the lies and hatred destroy her faith in the almighty God? Sunday Morning, without doubt, will leave you wanting more, and more. You will not be able to put it down until the last page.
“I want to be by your side,” he said wiping the tears that flowed now freely from my eyes. “Forever, ‘til death do us part.” Dom had diverted from the poem. “I watch you day in and day out, you are what I need and whom I need in this life, let me be by your side,” he said as he took my hand. I always knew that weddings had a way of sparking emotions in people but never did I think it could do all of this.
Dom in a ripped and buttonless Versace shirt was hurled away into Bishop’s office. Quan with one shoe on and the other caught in Tyrea’s weave was escorted home to her mother. Tyrea, in the worst shape of all with a bloody nose and falling tracks from her head was asked to wait in the missionary room until Bishop called for her. It was church drama at it’s best and it was just the beginning.