March 23, 2016

I share this brief blog from a personal conviction and challenge about my stewardship with the calling on my life and the Christ I proclaim.

Without question we live in a world whose chief mode of communication is social media. Facebook. Instagram. SnapChat. Twitter. Periscope. This is the world in which we live and these are the modes of communication. The question that is central to this blog, and one that I wrestle with in my own conscience, is this: Am I using social media to communicate the message of Christ and the Cross or to promote my brand? Am I making the most of social media to communicate Christ?

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September 2, 2015

Organized politically and spiritually, black churches were not only given to the teachings of Christianity but they were faithfully relied upon to address the specific issues that affected their members. For many African-American Christians, regardless of their denominational differences, Black Churches have always represented their religion, community, and home. Scholars have repeatedly asserted that Black history and Black church history overlap enough to be virtually identical.

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