What is one black pastor and father telling his children about the unsung realities of the Revolutionary War? How do you explain African-Americans fighting for freedom that they would not be granted? C’mon up.
Here the testimony of one young brother who the Lord has saved and kept by his grace. We pray his story multiplies!
Pastor, we shouldn’t have calendars and to-do lists so full that our people feel like they’re “bothering us” if they want some time with us. C’mon up for advice in this series’ conclusion!
Here are five practical ways you might use a calendar for the purposes of a faithful ministry. Can you think of any others? C’mon up!
Pastor, what is the one thing you can do well to end each day, each week, each month, each career and each lifetime faithful? C’mon up for the first part in this new series!
Hear one sister’s journey to Reformed Theology and how a tweet sparked it all. C’mon up and cut it up with the brothers on the porch.
What is it like to labor the gospel at a Historically Black College or University? C’mon up and enjoy the testimony of one who is in the midst of such a work!
Thabiti Anyabwile honors the life of Gardner C. Taylor — a dean of preaching and the black church who has influenced countless scores of pastors. C’mon up and celebrate how God used this brother.
Would Calvinism, as a theological worldview, be inherently opposed to slavery? What would a slave like Olaudah Equiano say? What about Abraham Kuyper? C’mon up for this last part of three part series on the life of Equiano.
C’mon up and continue the series on Calvinist slave, Olaudah Equiano, looking at his Reformed view of creation and sin as seen by the horrors of slavery. This is Part II in our three-part series on the life of Olaudah Equiano.
C’mon up and meet Olaudah Equiano, who wrote one of the most important slave narratives in the history of the English-speaking world in 1789 and cherished a Reformed worldview. This is Part I in our three-part series on the life of Olaudah Equiano.