The Elephant Experience
Is The Black Church Still Influential and Relevant?
Part 2 (Final Episode of Black Church)
A reading from BH365: An Inclusive Account of American History textbook on the Black Church.
Sunday Memoirs takes a look back in the past to find inspiration for the future. We will take time to share great inspiring accounts and building moments of the Black Church and others, depicting religious traditions and spiritual awakenings that contributed to the foundation of the church and our faith today. At times we will share inspirational words to educate and encourage individuals on their journey of faith in God.
This Sunday we ask the question is the Black Church still influential and relevant in our time? Although it has been through some hard changes and endured some harsh times in history it was a safe haven for people of African descent during the unrelenting onslaughts of enslavement, racist bigotry, Jim Crow and other forms of oppression and suppression from before the Civil War all the way through and past the Civil Rights Movement. Even today, it is still going and growing from small churches to mega churches. We must still ask is it still influential and relevant in the 21st century?
This Sunday We Ponder:
Is the Black Church Still Influential and Relevant?
Pages 568 and 570
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Music By: Kirk Whalum, Title Song: Wade In the Water
Edited by: Juels N. Evans, Sound Engineer