FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., August 27, 2017 (Newswire.com) - In a day where most people hide their private lives, South Florida Pastor and popular YouTuber, Troy Gramling, will take an unprecedented move towards transparency and move into a glass house with his wife Stephanie on Sept. 10, 2017. The best part is that you'll be able to watch their every move — live and uncensored at myglasshouse.com for the entire month of September.
The glass house is being built on the northwest corner of Flamingo & Stirling Road in Cooper City, Florida, and will include multiple camera angles to broadcast every minute of the experience! While no physical nudity will be involved — the pastors do promise to get naked about their relationship and open up about how they handle day to day issues.
"We are leveraging this month in the glass house to rise above the white noise of the world and share with everyone how our lives are very similar to theirs. We pray that by watching what we go through, it will help others with their own relationships and make them feel stronger and more encouraged," said Gramling.We are leveraging this month in the glass house to rise above the white noise of the world and share with everyone how our lives are very similar to theirs.
The pastor will step out of the glass house on weekends to teach from the main stage of his 14,000-member congregation, based in South Florida, the Caribbean and in South America. Gramling's discussions will also be aired on NBC-6 Sunday mornings and other local TV stations throughout the country. Listings are available at myglasshouse.com.
Media and general public tours of the glass house are available exclusively during Potential's Fall Kickoff Weekend Sept. 9 and 10. Exclusive pre move in tours will be available on a limited basis for media outlets and special groups through our Marketing Department.
'Move In Day" is Sept. 10 at 5 p.m. (ET). Ribbon cutting and limited edition giveaways will be available during the festivities. You'll definitely want to be there to watch the cameras roll and the privacy end in the lives of these two nationally recognized pastors.
Source: Potential Studios