Season 3 Premiere Friday, January 23, 2015, at 10pm ET/PT
The divide between sinners and saints has never been more clear than in the all-new season of Lifetime’s hit docuseries Preachers’ Daughters. Nine preachers’ daughters leave their homes to pursue missionary work in Mexico. But with their newfound freedom, will the preachers’ daughters remain on their best behavior?
The daughters featured in this season include:
Megan Cassidy, 17 (Inman, SC) – Returning from last season, Megan uses her southern charm to convince the congregation that she is well mannered, as she is looking to put her rebel ways behind her.
Tyche Crockett, 22 (New Orleans, LA) – Raised by her strict pastor grandfather, Tyche is the oldest of five children. She is proud that her siblings turn to her for guidance and advice.
Nikki Erimetz, 19 (Columbia, South Carolina) – A fun-loving southern girl with overbearing parents, Nikki has a heart of gold and a liver made out of stone. She is trying to find a balance between academic excellence and partying.
Kristiana Flowers, 18 (Detroit, MI) – The youngest daughter of Reverend Kenneth James Flowers of the Greater New Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church, Kristiana has felt the pressure to be the perfect preacher’s daughter. Through all her troubles, she has always kept God in her heart.
Jayde Gomez, 20 (Lakeland, FL) – A self-proclaimed “good Christian,” Jayde currently lives at home under strict rules, including having her parent check her text messages. She loves Bible study, praying nightly and writing in her devotion book.
Kori Haynes, 22 (McComb, Mississippi) – A proud mother of three, Kori feels she is being judged by anyone and everyone who is affiliated with the church. She truly believes she can be her wild, partying self and still have love for God at the same time.
Cierra Vaughn, 22 (Chicago, IL) – The daughter of a pastor at the House of Judah, Cierra began rebelling at an early age with alcohol as her biggest temptation.
Lolly White, 24 (Los Angeles, CA) – Growing up in the tough neighborhood of South Central Los Angeles, Lolly quickly developed tough skin. She recently decided that she won’t follow the path of her preacher father and has left his church, worshipping elsewhere.
Kayla Wilde, 20 (Newport Beach, CA) – Kayla is no stranger to missionary work, but after high school, she moved out on her own and hit the party scene full force, which made her lose sight of her relationship with God.
Preachers’ Daughters is produced by Thinkfactory Media.
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