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George Barna’s 9 Challenges For American Christians

George Barna, founder of the Barna Research Group, issued nine challenges for American Christianity in 2002.  Here is a paraphrase of his nine challenges along with how a church in Nashville, Tennessee, The Salvation Army Berry Street Worship Center, is attempting … Continue reading

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What The Church Can Learn From The Oprah Show

The Oprah Show was not just entertainment.  It connected with people, encouraged them, challenged them, and made a difference in their lives.  Perhaps the 21st Century church could learn a few things from Oprah. *  Allow spontaneity.  The Oprah Show was … Continue reading

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How A White Guy Experienced Jim Crow As A Black Guy

Black Like Me is the story of how John Howard Griffin, a white man, colored his skin black and traveled around the segregated, Jim Crow South in the late 1950s. The cover reads: “What was it like, really like to be … Continue reading

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My #VIII Greatest American Of All Time

Ida B. Wells is remembered during Black History month but it is hard to find much about her in American history books.  However, in my thinking, she is the 8th greatest American of all time.  Ida B. Wells was born a … Continue reading

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