Black Church Empowered

Black Church Empowered




As long as racism exists, the Black Church must exist too. She must not only exist, she must thrive! But, what does "thriving" look like in the Black Church? How is "thriving" achieved? Black Church Empowered: Examining Our History, Securing Our Longevity offers a compelling vision for the future of the Black Church. It imagines what the Black Church of tomorrow must be, while peering into the past for context and guidance. This book fearlessly delves into controversial topics and confronts long-held conventional wisdom. The Black Church's beauty and blights are discussed. Common sense solutions are provided as suggestions to be considered.

You are invited into a dialogue. Guiding this dialogue in each chapter are three pressing questions:

• What have we done before?
• What are we doing now?
• What must we do going forward?

Prayerfully, this crucial dialogue will lead to beneficial action on behalf of the Black Church. She is poised to blaze new trails in the 21st century and beyond. Black Church Empowered: Examining Our History, Securing Our Longevity is a piece of the road map clarifying the coordinates and potential direction of the journey.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781663503190
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 08/01/2020
Pages: 242
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.51(d)

About the Author

Pastor Isaiah Robertson, a Southern California native, currently serves as senior pastor of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church in Cartersville, GA. He has a passion for studying, preaching, and teaching the Word of God. He also has a deep interest in contextual ecclesiology and Black Church studies.

Pastor Isaiah is currently completing his Master of Divinity degree at Reformed Theological Seminary in Marietta, GA. He’s a prodigious reader and his interests include systematic theology, Black Church history, and urban apologetics.

He and his wife, Lauren, have been married for seven years. They have a beautiful blended family which includes five children. The family resides in Metro Atlanta.

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