Category Archives: Reconciling

The Journey: Day Fourteen–Identifying with a Suffering Savior

The Journey: Forty Days of PromiseCelebrating the Legacy of African American Christianity Day Fourteen: Identifying with a Suffering Savior Welcome to day fourteen of our forty-day intercultural journey. From Martin Luther King Day to the end of Black History Month we are focusing on The Journey: Forty Days of Promise—Celebrating the Legacy of African American

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The Journey: Day Thirteen–It’s Wonderful to Be Forgiven

The Journey: Forty Days of PromiseCelebrating the Legacy of African American Christianity Day Thirteen: It’s Wonderful to Be Forgiven Welcome to day thirteen of our forty-day intercultural journey. From Martin Luther King Day to the end of Black History Month we are focusing on The Journey: Forty Days of Promise—Celebrating the Legacy of African American

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The Journey: Day Twelve–Sitting on the Casket

The Journey: Forty Days of PromiseCelebrating the Legacy of African American Christianity Day Twelve: Sitting on the Casket Welcome to day twelve of our forty-day intercultural journey. From Martin Luther King Day to the end of Black History Month we are focusing on The Journey: Forty Days of Promise—Celebrating the Legacy of African American Christianity.

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Common Themes in African American Acceptance of Christ

Common Themes in African American Acceptance of Christ Note: Excerpted from Beyond the Suffering: Embracing the Legacy of African American Soul Care and Spiritual Direction, by Kellemen and EdwardsDuring slavery, if spiritually famished African Americans were going to convert to Christianity, then they had to convert on the basis of Christ’s life, death, and resurrection

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