The record-breaking pop artist Katy Perry is a far cry from the Jesus-loving preacher’s kid she once was in her teens.  While her parents, Keith and Mary Hudson, who lead a prophetic ministry in California, disagree with their daughter’s decisions, they still choose to love her. They recently spoke at the Church Of Grace in Yorba Linda, California, asking the congregation to pray for her. “I want you to pray for my daughter,” Keith said. “Don’t judge her, pray for her.” Perry, who

recently released a highly suggestive new single called “Bon Appétit, said on Nova’s Smallzy’s Surgery radio show that she and her parents “agree to disagree” when it comes to her music. “The thing about it is, which is such a weird thing, to really understand we agree to disagree, but still with loving space,” she said. “We all come from different places… you can have your belief system, nobody is telling you to not believe your beliefs but you can also come from a space of love. That’s what my family and I exercise all the time.”  READ MORE