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Click for more detail about Black Millennials and the Church: Meet Me Where I Am by Joshua L. Mitchell Black Millennials and the Church: Meet Me Where I Am

by Joshua L. Mitchell
Judson Press (Feb 02, 2018)
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ALL Millennials are NOT the same.

The more I reviewed the literature, the more I saw the need for research and writing focused on black Millennials, because the findings and assertions about ‘all’ Millennials and their faith formation did not seem to ring true with what I was experiencing in the African American community and the black church.”
—From the Introduction

Discover how to reach, keep, and disciple black Millennials in your church and community through the authentic voices of Millennial leaders and the provocative insights of a nationwide study.

This practical resource equips church leaders with a clear picture of black Millennials, which will help African American and intercultural churches to attract and make effective disciples of this emerging generation of young adults.

Leaders will be challenged to consider their proclamation, programming, and priorities regarding young adults and walk away with a practical sense of how to move forward. Includes specific ministry principles and programming proposals for faith formation and discipleship efforts.


Click for more detail about God’s Graffiti: Inspiring Stories For Teens by Romal J. Tune God’s Graffiti: Inspiring Stories For Teens

by Romal J. Tune
Judson Press (Jun 18, 2013)
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No one escapes the challenges of childhood, but we can conquer them! Highlighting noted “at-risk” youth in the Bible and sharing his own story of growing up in poverty amid crime and violence, Rev. Romal Tune details how obstacles can become opportunities through faith. In God’s Graffiti, he will help you:

•Stop past pain and failure from hindering your future
•Value good and bad experiences and use them as building blocks for success
•Deal with your anger and fear to become emotionally whole and healthy
•Restore broken relationships and see the victory in God

Both practical and inspirational, this Bible study celebrates men and women in Scripture who left troubled pasts behinds to claim purpose-filled futures!

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Click for more detail about Original African Heritage Study Bible-KJV-Large Print by Cain Hope Felder Original African Heritage Study Bible-KJV-Large Print

by Cain Hope Felder
Judson Press (Mar 30, 2007)
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The Original African Heritage Study Bible offers a number of unique features which reveal the African/Edenic contribution to Judaism and Christianity.


Click for more detail about The Words Of Gardner Taylor Preaching Library by Gardner C. Taylor The Words Of Gardner Taylor Preaching Library

by Gardner C. Taylor
Judson Press (Nov 30, 2006)
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Click for more detail about Beyond Greens and Cornbread: Reflections on African American Christian Identity by Diane Givens Moffett Beyond Greens and Cornbread: Reflections on African American Christian Identity

by Diane Givens Moffett
Judson Press (Jan 01, 2002)
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In a voice of prophetic inspiration, Beyond Greens And Cornbread joins a traditional chorus of poetry, sermon, and song to communicate the messages of African American aspirations and inspirations, calling Christians of every ethnicity to move beyond past challenges and present traditions into a vision of hope and expectancy for the future.


Click for more detail about Go Down, Moses!: Daily Devotions Inpsired by Old Negro Spirituals by Leonidas A. Johnson Go Down, Moses!: Daily Devotions Inpsired by Old Negro Spirituals

by Leonidas A. Johnson
Judson Press (Dec 31, 2000)
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African American spirituals are the heart of all other American music and comprise the taproot of the musical expression of the black religious experience. "Go Down, Moses!" offers 365 daily devotions and includes a suggested Scripture reading for each day as well as a short prayer. Tying into the inspiration generated by African American spirituals, each devotion highlights the Negro spirituals that for decades have helped define African American religious culture. The suggested Scripture readings take readers through the first five books of the Old Testament, plus Joshua, and the first four books of the New Testament, plus Acts and Revelation. Readers are guided through a reading of the Bible during the course of one year.


Click for more detail about The Substance of Things Hoped for: A Memoir of African-American Faith by Samuel D. Proctor The Substance of Things Hoped for: A Memoir of African-American Faith

by Samuel D. Proctor
Judson Press (Jul 01, 1999)
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Honored by universities, ministries, and institutions nationwide, called into service in the administration of two presidents, Samuel DeWitt Proctor, Th.D. has established himself as a preeminent theologian, orator, and educator in this country. In The Substance of Things Hoped For, he takes us on a personal journey that begins with his grandparents’ slavery and which ends with his vision of a full fruition of the African-American experience, and a celebration of the tie that holds African-American together: simple, tenacious faith. A child of the segregation-era south, Proctor is no stranger to unwarranted hatred and widespread ignorance. He has fought against racism all his life — in his schools, in his communities, and at the pulpit. In this compelling memoir, he candidly reveals the tumult of the civil rights movement in which he was deeply involved, the bitterness and anger of youths then that has exploded into the hopelessness, rage and despair of today’s youths who feel they have no future. But through all of these times, Dr. Proctor has always been a beacon of hope; here, he recounts those inspiring times when his faith has shined brightest. One man’s positive plan for today’s society, The Substance of Things Hoped For is inspiration at its most heartfelt, delivered with warmth and conviction, and founded in a lifetime of faith and reflection.


Click for more detail about Good News!: Sermons of Hope for Today’s Families by Rev. Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. Good News!: Sermons of Hope for Today’s Families

by Rev. Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.
Judson Press (Dec 15, 1995)
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Families today come in all shapes and sizes and face all kinds of issues and struggles. In Good News!, Jeremiah Wright Jr., preaches a word of hope and challenge to family members—married or single, bad or good, accepted or outcast. Never one to shy away from controversy, Dr. Wright sheds a new light on some of the most vulnerable and troublesome spots Christians find themselves in—family settings. Parenting, relating to a spouse, looking for a role model, sexuality, and making up for past failures are just a few of the issues raised by Dr. Wright’s sermons and the study questions that follow.

In his inimitable style, Dr. Wright uses candor, wit, and unmistakable power to convey the message to everyone that “God has some good news for you.” As always, his writing is both fascinating and confrontational as he shows what it means to see our human family as the place where we learn to live as members of God s family.


Click for more detail about What Makes You So Strong?: Sermons of Joy and Strength from Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. by Rev. Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. What Makes You So Strong?: Sermons of Joy and Strength from Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.

by Rev. Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.
Judson Press (Nov 01, 1993)
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This classic was preached as part of a series commemorating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


Click for more detail about Somebody’s Calling My Name by Wyatt Tee Walker Somebody’s Calling My Name

by Wyatt Tee Walker
Judson Press (Dec 01, 1982)
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Traces the musical expressions of the black religious tradition from its ancestral roots to its influence upon the black religious experience today.




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