There is still a place for the relevant black church, and, while it may not be as easy as it were in prior generations to retain the participation of black millennials, it is indeed possible to enlist the partnership of Black millennials.
D.C.'s historic black churches are finding ways to keep the faith in changing neighborhoods. Often, that means finding ways to reach out to new members -- while maintaining the communities that they have fostered for decades.
faithandleadership.com After the police shootings in Dallas and incidents of police violence against African-Americans, the church can no longer afford to conduct business as usual, a prominent African-American pastor says in this interview. The church must radically return to what it means to be people of faith. On the Sunday after the July 7, 2016, slaying...
How to support preachers in contexts that are diverse religiously, culturally, and ethnically, both inside and outside the church? How to help students take varied contexts seriously as they are formed as leaders?