In light of his recent move to Washington D.C., Thabiti Anyabwile offers some thoughts on the trends he sees in gospel music. In prosperity theology quietly sneaking into our praise? C’mon up on the porch and let us know what you think.
At the New Life Conference, Ken Jones preached on , and he focused on 49:8-12. From the text, he showed how 1) although his actions are wicked, Judah is a covenant child … Continue reading
At the New Life Conference, Thabiti Anyabwile preached on to show that 1) the life of faith is a going life 2) the life of faith is a great life and 3) the life … Continue reading
At the New Life Conference, Thabiti Anyabwile preached on . He specifically looked at six things: 1) The Serpent 2) The Sayings Exchanged 3) Sight 4) Sound 5) Sentencing and 6) … Continue reading
Stephen A. Smith’s recent comments about domestic violence caused an uproar in the media. Thabiti Anyabwile comes up on The Front Porch to make a call for men to repent and protect their sisters who have given them so much. Is domestic violence a “men’s issue”? C’mon up on the porch and let us know what you think.
Thabiti Anyabwile shares five questions every Christian and church leader should ask themselves and their church, especially considering that “every Christian and ministry faces the slow, subtle, suffocating pressure of the ordinary.”
Over the past couple months, I’ve had the privilege to talk with a couple of seminarians concentrating on preaching. In both cases, they’ve wanted to talk about the distinctives of … Continue reading
Thabiti Anyabwile looks at eight pastors whose net value is 200 times those in their local community. There is too little for pastors to make; this is what most pastors make. And then there is way too much!
Here are eight books for you to read this summer that might stir your thoughts on the African-American Church. C’mon up, grab a book, and read a few pages on the porch!
The African-American Church, much like churches of every other ethnic stripe, faces a number of potential divides. There’s the perennial split between liberal and conservative theological groups. There’s the split … Continue reading
Along with Dr. Gardner C. Taylor, Dr. Samuel DeWitt Proctor was the dean of entire generations of Black Church statesmen, educators, and preachers. Yet he represents a treasure store of history, theology, and mission of the Black Church. C’mon up on the porch and enjoy hearing from the doctor himself.