This is second and final part of Louis Love’s conversation with Leython Williams, discussing Leython’s journey from Oneness Pentecostalism to Reformed Theology. In this podcast, Leython explains when and what made it clear that he needed to leave his ministry in the Oneness Pentecostalism church. He explains how seeing someone of his same race faithfully and rightly dividing the Word of God was influential in his departure from an unorthodox faith. We pray this podcast blesses you, and make sure to listen to part one of this podcast series. For more conversations, download and subscribe to The Front Porch Podcast on iTunes.

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Louis Love

Louis Love

Louis Love serves as the lead-pastor of New Life Fellowship Church in Waukegan, IL, which he planted in 1997. Before the church plant, he served as the pastor of New Hope Baptist Church and New Life Baptist Church. He’s been joyfully married to Jamie for forty-one years. They have three adult children and eleven grandchildren. Louis is a co-founder of TheFrontPorch.org and a contributor to the book “Glory Road: The Journeys of Ten African Americans into Reformed Christianity” (Crossway, 2012).

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