Workshop: An Indigenous Reformed Movement among African Americans

In a little under a week people from across the nation will have the opportunity to learn about a critical movement. The Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) is holding its annual General Assembly (GA) in Houston this year. I have the privilege on presenting on the topic: "An Indigenous Reformed Movement in the African American Community". Here's … Continue reading Workshop: An Indigenous Reformed Movement among African Americans

Desiring God 3K Campaign

What would you be willing to do to see more racially and ethnically diverse churches in America? One of the biggest blessings in my life is to serve as the co-founder and President of the Reformed African American Network (RAAN).  We started RAAN in 2011 to address the core concerns of African Americans biblically.  We … Continue reading Desiring God 3K Campaign

We Are Family: What African Americans Bring to Reformed Theology

Although all true Christians share a common heritage of faith, there are many branches of believers.  I inhabit a particular corner of Christianity called "Reformed."  The term comes from the historic Reformation of the 16th century and is characterized by several distinctive truths. I didn't grow up Reformed.  I had never heard of it until … Continue reading We Are Family: What African Americans Bring to Reformed Theology