What might the first day of slavery have been like for the first Africans enslaved in Jamestown
One of the keys to holding on is to know Who’s Holding Who.
Sometimes justice works quietly, almost unnoticed, until it dawns.
Q, What do you think is the most painful thing in pastoral ministry? A. Seeing a long-time faithful brother or sister walk away from the Lord. Let’s talk about Holding On.
A basic collection of books for understanding African-American history
Brittany Gardner discusses the opportunities and challenges of mobilizing African American for missions
Thabiti Anyabwile, Dwayne Bond, Brandon Washington, Léonce Crump, Dr. Eric Mason, and Matt Chandler discuss race and reconciliation—looking at cultural events through theological and historical lenses.
Pastor Brian Davis of Risen Christ Fellowship exposits James 2:1-13.