Pastor AR Bernard talks to Oprah Winfrey on 'Super Soul Sunday'

New York megachurch pastor A.R. Bernard was featured in the new episode of OWN's "Super Soul Sunday," which aired on Sept. 10, where he spoke with Oprah Winfrey about his best-selling book "Four Things Women Want from a Man" and other important issues for today's generation.

(REUTERS / Lucy Nicholson)Actress Oprah Winfrey from the film "The Butler" arrives at the 20th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, California January 18, 2014.

In the all-new episode of "Super Soul Sunday," Oprah interviewed Pastor Bernard about spirituality, faith, peace, purpose, and relationships. They also talked about the four qualities that the megachurch pastor had discovered that a woman looked for in a man, EUR Web detailed.

Pastor Bernard previously appeared on several television networks including Fox News Channel, CNN, MSNBC, The 700 Club and Tony Brown's Journal. News of his appearance on "Super Soul Sunday" came after he stepped down from U.S. President Donald Trump's Evangelical Advisory Board because of certain conflicts in values with the administration.

Last month, he released a statement announcing his resignation from the advisory board and said he was an "unlikely" person in the present political situation. The Christian Cultural Center's founding pastor said he was initially willing to serve his country by being part of the council but later found himself at odds with the administration, The Christian Post reported.

"However, it became obvious that there was a deepening conflict in values between myself and the administration," Pastor Bernard said in his statement. "I quietly stepped away from my involvement with the Board several months ago, and submitted my formal letter of resignation as of Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017. I am always grateful and honored by any opportunity to serve my country."

Reacting to Pastor Bernard's announcement, council member Johnnie Moore acknowledged that disagreement sometimes comes between friends. Nevertheless, he maintained his respect for the New York megachurch pastor and added that they would continue to invite him to pitch in his opinions on important issues.