‘Iyanla: Fix My Life’ Follows Coming Out Stories of Two Gay Pastors One By The Name Of Mitchell Jones Who Will Come Out To His Wife Tiffany Ross The Mother Of His Five Kids

Posted on September 1, 2015


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Everything Is Going Down, But The Word Of God……An all-new season of OWN’s award-winning self-help series, “Iyanla: Fix My Life,“ begins with an emotional three-part, multi-week episode focusing on the coming out stories of two gay pastors.

With the help of spiritual life coach, Iyanla Vanzant, both men take bold steps towards confessing their truth after years of keeping their sexuality a secret from those closest to them.

“Iyanla: Fix My Life” returns on Saturday, September 19 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.

In eight one-hour new episodes of her popular OWN series, “Iyanla: Fix My Life,” Iyanla continues her work with those who are facing life’s most difficult struggles-guiding them toward a new way of living and encouraging them to do the work necessary for real change.

In this season’s groundbreaking three-part season premiere, Iyanla travels to Louisville, Kentucky to help two pastors whose true identities as gay men have been shrouded by years of lies, secrets and deception.

The time has come for both to be true to themselves, while taking the very difficult step of coming out to those closest to them, including their families, a wife in denial and even an entire congregation.

Pastor Derek confides that he has spent years hiding his identity as a gay man. His family has shown open hostility toward gay people and he lives in fear of what would happen if his true identify was revealed to his family and his parishioners.

 Iyanla works to help Derek understand that his pain will continue to devour him until he faces his greatest fears and helps him prepare him for the huge step of coming out to his family and church. Iyanla also helps Pastor Mitchell Jones, who realized his same-sex attraction early, but buried those feelings after being told his desires were wrong.  Now members of my Obnoxious Street Committee have been blowing up my in-box about a pastor out of Richmond, Virginia by the name of Mitchell Jones, who will come out to his wife Tiffany Ross.  After marriage and five kids Mitchell comes to the realization he is gay.

 Fear and guilt drove Mitchell into the church where he spent years preaching against homosexuality. After marrying and fathering children, he began a string of affairs with other men-eventually telling his wife that he needed to embrace his gay identity, but never confessing his numerous infidelities.

Iyanla’s real challenge is to help Mitchell understand that the only way to move forward and to undo the pain is to make a full confession and to live his life honestly from now on.

 Obnoxious Media has been informed that Mitchell Jones would leave the bed with his lawfully wedded wife Tiffany to long for the affection of a man.  It is rumored that Mitchell is going with a guy by the name of Juan Pablo Figueroa.  It was thought that Tiffany was the daughter of a well know bishop, but we have not been able to confirm if that is true or not.  The show will also address how Mitchell’s coming out of the closet will and is effecting his twin brother Micheal Jones.  This three part show is going to be interesting to say the least and will rock the church once again.

 Later in the season, Iyanla meets a model who turned to excessive, dangerous industrial-grade silicone butt injections in the name of beauty, but at the expense of her health and relationships with others.

Iyanla also works with two co-dependent sisters whose relationship is being destroyed by addiction; a grandmother who’s raising her grandson because of her daughter’s irresponsibility; and a family struggling with a three generation history of violence toward women, by women.

In an unforgettable season finale, Iyanla goes one-on-one with Olympic figure skater, Debi Thomas, to talk about her colossal fall from grace. Debi was the first African American to win a medal at the Winter Olympics and after achieving the heights of fame and success, is now broke, jobless and living in a crowded, bug-infested trailer with her boyfriend, who admits he drinks too much. 

Now we reached out to Mitchell Jones to request an interview, but he was not willing to talk prior to this weekend.  However, it seemed suspicious so we decided to move forward with the story in spite of his request.  Mitchell is so excited about his coming out and wanting to have a viewing party in Atlanta.  So you all let me know the details on all the parties involved because love is in the details and Obnoxious Media promies to get the details for you.

“Iyanla: Fix My Life” is produced by Harpo Studios with executive producers Jill Van Lokeren, Jon Sinclair and Iyanla Vanzant.