Rallying for a Different Hope
Eric Redmond, pastor of Hillcrest Baptist in Temple Hills, MD, helps us see the lay of the land in the African-American church by doing two things.
- He celebrates Anthony Carter’s and Thabiti Anyabwile’s books as rallying points for a different hope than the black mega-churches offer (giving credit also to Carl Ellis, Bruce Fields, Ken Jones, and Wy Plummer).
- And He points us to a paper he wrote in 2006, “Megachurches and Megaphones,” where he describes what he sees as the difference between these two ways of seeing the Christian faith fleshed out in African-American life.
Read and rejoice and say yes to God for these good things.
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