Alliance of Baptists’ Women Clergy on Baptist Identity and Preaching the Magnificat

In 1987 the Alliance of Baptists formed after a split from the Southern Baptist Convention. The Alliance of Baptists affirmed women in ministry and celebrated their voices in the pulpit. Continue Reading

Embodying Resurrection: A Theology for Church Revitalization

Rising from the Ashes One of the most often remarked upon attributes of St. Luke’s United Methodist Church is the beauty of its sanctuary, most notably, its stained glass windows. Continue Reading

A Black Narrative Pulpit

A BLACK NARRATIVE PULPIT The Narrative Lectionary as a tool for Christian Transformation I love the Black Church and I cherish being part of a uniquely American tradition layered with Continue Reading

Plenty Good Room: Reclaiming Hospitality in the Black Church

Why Hospitality in the Black Church? In contemporary American culture, we often hear how many congregations are in drastic decline and in some cases struggling to survive.  This is especially Continue Reading

Doing the Work of Well-Being with African-American Men at LaGrange College: Identity, Context, Rage and Construction

This post serves as a very brief review and executive summary of Rev. Adam Roberts’ Doctor of Ministry project and paper, “Doing the Work of Well-Being with African American Males Continue Reading