Books & Reviews
Jemar Tisby (The Witness BCC) discusses “The Color of Compromise,” unpacking themes regarding the historical complicity of evangelical churches with American racism.
A review of John Onwuchekwa’s new book
Encouraging God’s people, especially women, to prepare more diligently and be more intentional in proclaiming the Gospel.
We give Dhati Lewis’ book Among Wolves 4/5 rocking chairs–a great book for reading on the porch!
Summer has officially started (June 20th). Now that might not be a big deal for you folks in other regions of the country. But for us Midwesterners, it’s huge. The … Continue reading
The world seems to be very good at diagnosing problems, but often gives solutions that do not work. Christians have the message that is powerful enough to change hearts. So why is it that nonbelievers are at least willing to talk about racism, but many churches like to sweep it under the rug?
C’mon up and join the brothers as they discuss The Front Porch’s publishing efforts.
In 2008, Preaching Magazine hailed Dr. Robert Smith’s “Doctrine That Dances” as the book of the year. Tony Carter, Louis Love, and Thabiti Anyabwile chop it up on The Front Porch, discussing preaching and what they took away from the book. C’mon up and join the conversation.
In this interview, Thabiti Anyabwile chops it up with Dr. Eric Redmond, executive pastoral assistant and bible scholar in residence at New Canaan Baptist Church in Washington D.C. The brothers … Continue reading
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!
H.B. Charles Jr., On Preaching: Personal & Pastoral Insights for the Preparation & Practice of Preaching. Moody Publishers, 2014. 160 pages. $9.00 H. B. Charles Jr. is the pastor of Shiloh Metropolitan … Continue reading
T.D. Jakes, Reposition Yourself: Living Life Without Limits. Atria Books, 2007. 278 pages. $24.00 Dubbed “America’s Best Preacher” by Time magazine, T.D. Jakes has become a household name and a … Continue reading