by Rev. Lydell C. Lettsome, M.D. In Shirley Caesar’s hit song “Hold My Mule,” she recorded the praise attitude of a man named “Shouting John.” One day, a group of deacons went to “Shouting John’s” farm to tell him to calm down during worship...
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An Interview with Rev. William D. Watley, Ph.D.
Rev. William D. Watley, Ph. D. is the Senior Pastor of the historic Saint Philip African Methodist Episcopal Church in Atlanta, GA. A preacher par excellence, Dr. Watley’s homiletical ability is both nationally and internationally recognized. Dr. Watley is also one of the nation’s first Martin Luther King, Jr. scholars. His book, Roots of Resistance: The Non-Violent Ethic of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was the first to connect the roots of Dr. King’s non-violent ethic to the African American religious tradition.Listen
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How Big Is Your Dream?
Have you ever felt rejected, hurt, betrayed, or anything close? Resurrection from Rejection shares the details of the life of Steven as an adopted child. He did not learn of his adoption until the age of 13, which left him searching for a sense...
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Fry Brown shares many of her rich life experiences as a black clergywoman and seminary professor. She preaches and teaches to all women so they can begin to break through the very real brick ceiling that threatens to hold them in and...