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    (BPRW) Jesus People Proclaim International Ministries Church To Host the International Apostolic and Prophetic Intensive

    Jesus People Proclaim International Ministries Church
    Cynthia Thompson




    (BLACK PR WIRE) – Dr. Mark Chironna, Dr. Billie Regan Deck, Dr. Earl Johnson, Pamela Vinnett, Terry Thompson, Melessa Brown, and former NBA great Pastor Billy Thompson will be among the exciting featured guest speakers at the upcoming Apostolic and Prophetic Intensive, hosted by Prophetess Cynthia Thompson of Jesus People Proclaim International Church of Boca Raton, Florida. Ministry leaders and business professionals are expected to attend the 3-day training conference which begins on Thursday, August 7th and ends on Saturday, August 9th.

    “This will be an incredible time of teaching and training for attendees. This Apostolic and Prophetic Intensive is unlike other church meetings because it is a strategic training for the global marketplace and ministry which includes facets of prophetic revelation and impartation to catapult leaders into greater positions or influence,” stated Prophetess Cynthia Thompson. “The Apostolic and Prophetic Intensive is about equipping both leaders and laypeople to maximize their God given gifts to dominate in their sphere of influence.” Nationally renowned and acclaimed worship leader Prophetess Melessa Brown will also be featured during this life-changing event.

    Morning sessions will be held at 9:00 a.m. Thursday-Saturday and 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Friday. The Intensive will conclude on Saturday and will feature a special worship teaching and prophetic presbytery.

    Jesus People Proclaim International Church is located at 3200 N. Federal Highway, Suite 105 in Boca Raton, Florida. Please call the church office at 561-361-0610 for further information.


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    African American churches nationwide are doing to help members spot the warning signs of mental illness

    and possibly prevent yet another senseless tragedy


    Black churches nationwide are offering Mental Health First Aid to teach congregants about the risk factors and red flags of mental illness.

    The program’s Training Director, Jermine Alberty, uses role playing and simulations to help congregants understand what people with mental illness are experiencing, eg, voices in the head.

    Mr. Alberty also speaks frankly about the stigma and cultural bias against mental health professionals.

    More on Mental Health First Aid here
    More on Mr. Alberty here

    Brian Ruberry
    for the National Council for Behavioral Health

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    When Your Parachute is Black


    African Americans are crying out for your help. The unemployment situation in the African American community has reach epidemic proportions. Everyone of us must do our part to help. The Black church has always been in the forefront of equality for African Americans. We are challenged to rise to the call one more time.

    The are well aware, African American unemployment has been twice that of the national average for over 50 years. As high as the published unemployment rates are, they are much higher for African American young adults between the ages of 18 and 24.

    I have written When Your Parachute is Black to help change the paradigm of most African Americans about work and how to be successful in the 21st century; especially for our young African American professional. Not only will When Your Parachute is Black help young African Americans improve the unemployment rate, following this system will drastically improve the employment statistics for all African American groups throughout the United States; male or female, young or old, entry level or executive. However, we have a chance to help our new graduates now. Churches can begin by giving each of your graduates a copy of When Your Parachute is Black. For $31.50 you can give them the gift that will not stop giving for most of their work lives.

    I hope you will agree and share this amazing work with your church family, your African American graduates and those in your church who work to help them become employed in quality positions. I am available to work with you or directly with your students. I am contacting churches throughout the United States to offer them this system.

    Please don't hesitate to contact me if you desire additional information. Two chapters of When Your Parachute is Black and my bio are available on Amazon.com. This incredible system based on the very successful outplacement process which has been effective for mostly white professionals for over 60 years is the foundation for When Your Parachute is Black.

    Thank you in advance for your time and consideration in this matter. God bless you as you continue to work to help your members, neighbors and their families live the awesome life that God has planned for each of them.

    Sincerely,
    Dr. William M. White, Author
    When Your Parachute is Black
    wwhite@yourblackparachute.com

    (304)716-4055


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    (BPRW) Houses of Worship to Preach, Pray and Act to Raise Awareness of Gun Violence and Mass Incarceration on Live Free Sabbath

    - Congregants will share photos of loved ones lost to gun violence, March 14-16 -



    (BLACK PR WIRE) – WASHINGTON – From New York to California, Michigan to Louisiana, thousands of worshippers in houses of worship across the county will participate in the Lifelines To Healing Live Free Sabbath from Friday, March 14 through Sunday, March 16. Live Free Sunday: Honoring our Sons and Brothers will feature family members displaying photos of loved ones lost to gun violence, or a son or brother for whom they’d like to pray. The Sabbath weekend kicks off 90 days of action to be our brother’s keeper by reducing gun violence and ending mass incarceration in America. For Live Free Sabbath event resources including a congregational toolkit, go to www.lifelinestohealing.org/resources.

     Live Free Sabbath


    “As Americans, and people of faith, our values teach us that we have a shared responsibility to each other, and so we stand in solidarity honoring the truth that I am my brother’s keeper and I am my sister’s keeper,” said Pastor Michael McBride, director of PICO National Network’s Lifelines to Healing Campaign. “Starting with Live Free Sabbath, over the next 90 days, we are renewing our commitment of working together in our cities and communities to ensure that when young people wake up to go to school, they can learn and be successful; and when they return home at night, they feel safe and free from violence and trauma. We are calling on everyone across the country to PREACH, PRAY and ACT to heal our nation."

    Live Free Sabbath is organized by the PICO National Network’s Lifelines to Healing Campaign, a faith-based effort to reduce gun violence and end mass incarceration in our nation’s urban communities. As a part of the Sabbath, clergy will call on the faithful to advocate for an actionable plan to prevent gun violence and raise awareness around mass incarceration. Houses of worship from all faiths and denominations are expected to take part, including City of Refuge in Los Angeles, Tabernacle of Praise Church in Atlanta, and Olivet Baptist Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Start times vary from congregation to congregation. It is being held in conjunction with the Gun Violence Prevention Sabbath, organized by Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence and the Washington National Cathedral.

    PICO National Network is the largest grassroots, faith-based organizing network in the United States. PICO works with 1,000 religious congregations in more than 200 cities and towns through its 60 local and state federations. PICO and its federations are non-partisan and do not endorse or support candidates for office. PICO urges people of faith to consult their faith traditions for guidance on specific policies and legislation. Learn more at www.piconetwork.org.


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    Slavery and Christianity

    - By Kenneth Brown -



    On the first day of the first month of 2012, I went to Hopewell Baptist Church. This was the fifth time I’ve been to church since 1996. In the middle of the sermon, some members of the congregation stood in front of their seats, began waving their arms above their heads and saying things like “Amen” and “Yes Lord.” Others members of the congregation left their seats and began running up and down the aisles. As they ran they were waving their arms above their heads, as well, and yelling phrases like “Yes Jesus” and “Thank you Father God.”

     Slavery and Christianity


    It reminded me of the many Sundays when my mother and I attended Baptist Temple Church in Harlem, to listen to Reverend Clay Maxwell. Midway through Reverend Maxwell’s sermons members of the congregation would stand in the aisles yelling and screaming in the same manner as they did at Hopewell. Some would eventually fall back into their seats or on the floor in the aisles crying and shaking as if they were freezing to death. When I asked my mother why these people were screaming and crying and passing out she told me the Holy Ghost affects people in different ways. When I asked her why the Holy Ghost would make people lay on the floor in their good clothes she didn’t answer. Then I asked why was the Holy Ghost making the same people pass out every Sunday? She told me to be quiet and listen to the preacher. However, unlike Hopewell, at Baptist Temple the nurses, in their white church uniforms, would escort these people into the lobby to help them regain their composure. Once their composure was regained they were escorted back to their seats.

    As I sat in Hopewell I began to think about the process by which African Americans were introduced to Christianity. So when I returned home I did a little research into that introduction and its continued commitment. The U.S. Religious Landscape Survey, conducted in 2007 by the Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life, found that while the U.S. is generally considered a highly religious nation, African-Americans are markedly more religious on a variety of measures than the U.S. population as a whole. This included, but was not limited to; their level of affiliation with a religion, attendance at religious services, frequency of prayer and religion’s importance in their lives. The Landscape Survey also includes the religious composition of African-Americans and the churches they attend, which is:

    1- Evangelical Protestant Churches = 15%
    2- Black Protestant Churches = 59%
    3- Catholic Churches = 6%
    4- Unaffiliated =12%
    5- Other = 6%

    So if my math is correct, at least 80% of African-Americans consider themselves, in some way shape or form, a Christian. With a little understanding of the African-American Christian composition; I researched Christianity’s introduction to African slaves coming to America.

    After reading an article by Anthony Haworth, my understanding of this introduction enabled me to consider elements of that introduction that I had never considered before. I knew that when Africans were being abducted from their homeland and transferred to America they came with no knowledge of Christianity. I found this fact amazing because, not only did these Africans come from an area that was closer to the birth of Christianity than the Americans; but it was also 1800 years after the birth of Christ.

    According to Haworth, there is a two pronged argument about how and why Christianity was introduced to the slaves. First he would argument the slave owners imagined that Christianizing slaves would have a civilizing affect on them and possibly make the slave owner feel safer by giving them added control over their slaves. His second argument is that Christianity “Humanized” the slaves and this made the northern whites more comfortable. In either case, the effect of Christianity on the African-Americans was immeasurable and by 1861 the majority of slaves were Christians.

    Frederick Douglas, the African-American abolitionist and former slave, shared his personal insight on the subject. Douglas claims it was not individual Christians who were largely responsible for the melding of slavery and American Christianity. It was the Christian Churches that not only owned slaves; they also sold slaves to raise funds for the spreading of Christianity. In Douglas’ self-written biography, he wrote:

    “The church and the slave prison stand next to each other; the groans and cries of the heartbroken slave are often drowned in the pious devotions of the religious master. The church-going bell and the auctioneer bell chime in with each other; the pulpit and the auctioneer’s block stand in the same neighborhood; while the blood-stained gold goes to support the pulpit covers the infernal business with the garb of Christianity. We have men sold to build churches, women sold to support missionaries and babies sold to buy Bibles and communion services for the churches.”

    There have been and continue to be people who have attempted to justify the mistreatment of African-Americans on the basis of their interpretation of the Bible. However, this justification has never held up to honest scrutiny. It has even been suggested the Africans suffered horribly under chattel slavery and were brutalized and dehumanized, but if the slave ships had not arrived and brought you to the New world, you wouldn’t have found Jesus.

    Case in point is Pastor Earl Carter who, in 1997, wrote a book titled “No Apology Necessary.” In the book he argues that white people need not apologize because:

    1- God instituted slavery due to Africans’ pagan idolatry

    2- Importation to the New World eventually resulted in the Christianization of African slaves

    Anyone who says the Americans involved in the slave trade should not be held accountable for their involvement is someone who doesn’t have a clue. To even suggest that slavery was necessary for Africans to be introduced to Jesus completely ignores the horrors that took place on the slave ships, the dehumanization of slavery and how slavery forced the total destruction of many African families. Personally, I can’t see God supporting any process that would lead to those results.

    So what are we to conclude from the Bible’s text on slavery? One thing is for sure; nowhere in the Old or New Testament does the text directly condemn slavery or call for its abolition. Matter of fact, both Peter and Paul instruct slaves to obey their masters. To better understand the slavery during biblical times I took a closer look at the difference between slavery during that time and the slavery in America.

    The Old Testament gave me a better understanding of slavery during that time.

    Exodus 20:2-3 “If you buy a Hebrew servant, he is to serve you for six years. But in the seventh year, he shall go free, without paying anything. If he comes alone, he is to go free alone; but if he has a wife when he comes, she is to go with him.”

    Exodus 20:20 “If a man beats his male or female slave with a rod and the slave dies as a direct result, he must be punished.”

    The New Testament helped me to better understand of slavery during its time. 1 Timothy 6:1-5 “Let as many bondservants are under the yoke count their own masters worthy of all honor, so that the name of God and His doctrine may not be blasphemed……”

    Ephesians 6:5 “Bondservants, be obedient to those who are your masters according to the flesh, with fear and trembling, in sincerity of heart, as to Christ.”

    Titus 2:9-10 “Exhort bondservants to be obedient to their own masters, to be well pleasing in all things, not answering back, not pilfering, but showing all good fidelity, that they may adorn the doctrine of God our savior in all things.”

    According to the above there is no conflict between being a Christian and at the same time, being the owner of other human beings. However, my closer look did reveal clear differences between the slavery that existed during biblical times and the slavery that took place in America. Unlike slavery in the Bible, American slaves couldn’t win or earn their freedom and not only were they slaves for life, but every member of their family were slaves for life as well. Also in America slave owners were not punished for murdering slaves.

    As northerners were working towards ending slavery, southern politicians and religious leaders used the bible to support their pro-slavery position. To bring an end to slavery, in America, a war was fought and in just the battles of Gettysburg, Chickamauga and Antietam over 60,000 southern men were killed and Atlanta had to be burned to the ground.

    In 1856 Reverend Thomas Stringfellow, a Baptist minister from Culpepper County in Virginia, wrote the following statement in his book titled “A Scriptural View of Slavery:” “Jesus Christ recognized this institution (i.e. slavery) as one that was lawful among men, and regulated its relative duties…I affirm then, first (and no man denies) that Jesus Christ has not abolished slavery by a prohibitory command; second, I affirm, he has introduced no new moral principal which can work its destruction.” Obviously the introduction of Christianity to the Africans who were abducted from their homeland and shipped to America occurred during slavery and this raises a question in my mind. If I were a slave and I watched other slaves being sold, murdered, tortured, made disable, beaten, women raped and children being ripped from their parent’s arms to be sold to the highest bidder, Could I subscribe to the same religion as the slave owner?


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    Blacks Ridiculed again by the Mormon Church

    - By Lee B. Baker, Former Mormon Bishop -



    For several years now, every Tuesday evening I have had the great privilege of addressing the Christian and Mormon listeners of Worship FM 101.7 in Monrovia, the capital City of Liberia, West Africa.

    I have come to know several of the station managers and a number of the more frequent callers to the weekly program. Through their comments, questions and photographs, I have been genuinely moved to see the application of their faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.

    Over the past few months the question of racist teachings in the Book of Mormon and from the past Leadership of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been on the minds of the Liberian converts to Mormonism and the many Christians who struggle to understand how such a Church can be growing in Africa.

    I believe the answer is relatively simple; it has been the perfect merging of a sincere lack of knowledge on the part of the Mormon converts and a disturbing lack of accountability on the part of the Mormon leaders. A near total lack of knowledge across Africa specific to some of the more explicit teachings found within the Mormon Scriptures, principally that Black Skin is a representation of wickedness and even less information concerning the racism and bigotry openly and officially taught by the early Leadership of the Mormon Church. This combined with the current Church Leadership’s inability to clearly and specifically reject its own racist teachings both in print and from its past Senior Leadership, has left the Black Race with only a short irresponsible and offensively juvenile Official Statement that claims the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints knows very little about its own race-based policy that had lasted for well over 100 years:

    “It is not known precisely why, how or when this restriction began in the Church, but it has ended.”

    Maintaining a detailed and comprehensive history of every aspect and teaching of the Church has been both one of the hallmarks and one of the downfalls of Mormon Church. Within the relatively young Church, authoritative documentation, however corrupt it may have been, has never been in short supply. Each of the Senior Leaders of the Mormon Church has had several official biographers as well as an army of Church authorized historians to record for the faithful Mormon all facets of the History of the Church. In fact, one of my first of many “Callings” in the Mormon Church was that of a Ward (Congregational) Historian, long before I became a Bishop.

    The peculiar assertion that the Mormon Church itself does not know the details of its very own race-based policy of restricting the Blacks from holding the Priesthood is tremendously embarrassing for all Mormons and exceptionally degrading for anyone who actually believes it.

    As a former local leader of the Mormon Church, I have repeatedly assured the African members of the Mormon Church that the documents and “Scriptures” I have read to them over the air are both Authorized and Official for the time period they are relevant to. I clearly state the current position of total acceptance of all Races by the Church, but I must highlight the fact that the Book of Mormon still carries it’s obviously racist message that dark skin was a curse and Jesus was white. I have said many times on-air that like the Mormon Missionaries, I too believe that every African should have a copy of the Book of Mormon, if only to learn the truly racist teaching of the Mormons.

    I have and will continue to teach the African Nations from the authentic Mormon Scriptures and the Church History documents, which I had purchased from the Mormon Church to know my past responsibilities as a Mormon Bishop. The official records of the Mormon Church include many jokes and sermons given within the Official Semi-Annual General Conference of the faithful Mormons, using the “N-word”, Darky and Sambo. Additionally, these Church published books record nearly 100 graphic sermons and lessons that clearly teach the principle, practice and policy that Black Skin was, is and will remain forever the Curse of Cain.

    Only in the recent past has the “Complete History” of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints come to the attention of its own membership, much less to the under developed regions of the world. As this information is discovered, an ever increasing number of members of the Mormon Church have come into a personal crisis of faith, most notably Elder Hans Mattsson of Sweden, a General Authority of the Mormon Church who has gone public with his doubts and questions.

    Not unique to Africa, has been the Mormon Church’s training of young Missionaries to strictly avoid any discussion of several of the more embarrassing, yet true, teachings of the 183 year old Church. Chief among these subjects has been Polygamy and Blacks and the Priesthood.

    With the smooth talent of a skilled politician, the Mormon Church has ended its Official Statement with the following hypocritical and deceitful, but technically accurate quote:

    “The origins of priesthood availability are not entirely clear. Some explanations with respect to this matter were made in the absence of direct revelation and references to these explanations are sometimes cited in publications. These previous personal statements do not represent Church doctrine.”

    As a former Mormon Bishop and member of the Mormon Church for over 32 years, let me be of some help with the translation of this very carefully crafted message. The two key noteworthy phrases are: “in the absence of direct revelation” and “These previous personal statements do not represent Church doctrine.”

    I will address the most obvious first, clearly the “previous statements” from the Church and its Leadership “do not” represent the Church doctrine today. The policy was reversed in 1978 and there is no question as to the policy today. The hypocritical deception is that between 1845 and 1978 those “statements” did, very much “DID” not “DO” represent past Church doctrine. Yet, I do give full credit to the clever Mormon authors and editors for their most skillful use of the English language.

    And finally, the most revealing and enlightening statement from the Mormon Church is: “in the absence of direct revelation”. So then, it is incredibly true and accurate that without any mockery or sarcasm; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints had for nearly 100 years, restricted a significant portion of the human race, millions and millions from God’s intended blessings of Eternal Marriage, Salvation and even Godhood, without knowing why they did it, all without “direct revelation”.

    This Official Statement of religious shame and embarrassment comes from the Headquarters of a Church that claims to be guided in all things by “direct revelation”. How did such an exclusive doctrine based on prejudice, bigotry and racism become so accepted, so authoritative, so convincing and so commanding for so long, without “direct revelation”?

    As a former Bishop of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, I give testimony that what they have stated is true, in that, they are racist and do not hide the History of the Church from its members or the public, this, their Official Statement on Race and the Church demonstrates that fact. I believe that the truly wicked teachings as well as the repulsive history of the Mormon Church concerning Polygamy, Polyandry, Blood Atonement, and Blacks and the Priesthood is available for those who have eyes to see and ears to hear.

    It is my prayer that all Mormons and non-Mormons will come to know the true history of the Mormon Church. That every man, woman and young adult on the earth today will find the time to read the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants and the Pearl of Great Price from cover to cover to see the evilness they hold, and then… read the Bible with the eyes of a child, and follow the true Jesus the true Christ found only in the Bible.

    Sincerely,
    Lee B. Baker
    Former Mormon Bishop


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    PAT ROBERTSON EXPOSé TO PREMIERE AT TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL THIS WEEKEND

    - Eye-opening Documentary “Mission Congo” Explores Religious Right Leader’s Use of Charity Resources for Diamond Mining Mission -



    The Guardian story about “Mission Congo”: Mission Congo: how Pat Robertson raised millions on the back of a non-existent aid project

    New York, NY (September 5, 2013) – “Mission Congo,” a documentary feature delving into religious right leader Pat Robertson’s exploitation of one of the worst humanitarian crises of modern times for what appeared to be his own personal gain, will premiere this weekend at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). The film uncovers Robertson’s alleged hypocrisy and exploitation of the Rwandan refugee crisis, and his operation of a diamond mining endeavor using planes, and possibly other resources, from his charity, Operation Blessing International.

    Documentary filmmakers Lara Zizic and David Turner were researching a feature script when they came across an article by Bill Sizemore in the Virginian Pilot, detailing how Pat Robertson, on “The 700 Club,” raised money for the Rwandan refugee crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). On the show, he claimed that Operation Blessing International was using its cargo planes to aid refugees – however, it was uncovered that much of the time, the planes were being used to haul mining equipment to a diamond mining concession in a completely different part of DRC for Robertson’s for-profit company, the African Development Company.

    Zizic and Turner were immediately fascinated, and contacted the pilots who carried mining equipment for Robertson. These initial interviews led them to contact the miners involved in these operations, and their stories convinced them that a film needed to be made to tell this story. That film, “Mission Congo,” premieres on Friday evening at TIFF.

    Despite his high standing and level of respect in the religious community, Robertson is a figure who has been embroiled in numerous controversies throughout his career, not least of which are his relentless disparaging comments about other religions including Islam (and other Christian denominations such as Presbyterians and Methodists), as well as feminists, liberals, and perhaps most consistently, homosexuals. Most recently, Robertson drew the ire of the gay community for claiming on the August 27th episode of “The 700 Club” that members of the San Francisco gay community would deliberately infect people with AIDS by cutting them with sharp infected rings while shaking hands.

    Zizic and Turner released a statement about their goals with the film: “Sometimes a story hits you so profoundly that you simply have to act. We were researching a fiction script when we came across an article mentioning Robertson's dual activities in Congo. We felt that these activities, and implied level of deception, were unfathomable on so many levels that we had to find out more. How could something like this happen? Why was there not more coverage in the media? How did he get away with it? If it happened then, is it still happening now?”

    Zizic and Turn hope that the new evidence about Robertson’s corrupt practices presented in “Mission Congo” can lead to a re-opening of past investigations regarding Operation Blessing, and encourage a conversation about more responsible oversight of charitable and religious organizations.

    “The film raises larger questions over the billions of dollars raised by American religious institutions that go untaxed and unregulated,” said Thom Powers, International Documentary Programmer for TIFF. “Robertson's organization alone earns annual revenues in the hundreds of millions. If this story can bring about greater accountability, that would truly be a blessing.”

    Pat Robertson declined to be interviewed for the film. As a second chance to speak to the content of “Mission Congo,” the filmmakers are extending an invitation to him to participate in the post-screening Q&A at the film’s premiere on Friday evening.

    “Mission Congo” – which premieres this weekend in Toronto -- is currently seeking distribution, and is being repped by Cinetic Media.


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    NATIONAL COALITION OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN PASTORS PUSH FOR BACKGROUND CHECKS ON GUN PURCHASES


    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, nearly sixty African-American faith leaders from across the country called on Congress to pass common-sense gun measures, including background checks on gun purchases. In an open letter that coincides with the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, the pastors invoked the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr to express their motivation for writing. They stated, “As faith leaders, we write this open letter to, in the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., “dramatize a shameful condition”—the injustice of rampant gun violence in our communities and the staggering availability of guns to dangerous individuals.”

    The pastors also cited alarming statistics that illustrate the disproportionate impact of gun violence on the African-American community. They noted that African-American youth are more than twice as likely to be killed by a gun than by a car accident, and that between 1963 and 2010, 17 times more African American youth died from guns than the recorded lynchings of all African Americans between 1882 and 1968.

    Titled, “Open Letter from African-American Clergy to Congress on Gun Violence Prevention,” the letter was authored by Reverend Delman Coates, President of The Black Church Center for Justice & Equality, and Pastor of Mt. Ennon Baptist Church in Maryland.

    Read the letter Here.


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    BISHOP JOSEPH W. WALKER, III Speaks Out Regarding The Trayvon Martin 'Not Guilty' Verdict


    Nashville, TN – July 14, 2013 -- This morning, Pastors around the country were compelled to shift the atmosphere of anger, disbelief and shock over the Trayvon Martin verdict. Leaders of faith were faced with the bold task of maintaining peace and unity amidst obvious angst.

    Great guidance and wisdom came from Bishop Joseph Walker, the recent Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship Presiding Bishop Elect, who also pastors the 28,000 member Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Nashville, TN.

    Walker delivered an impassioned statement to help focus the congregation’s obvious dismay regarding last evening's 'not guilty' verdict.

     Bishop Joseph W. Walker, III
    "The Bible tells us in Ephesians 4:26, ‘Be angry, but do not sin and do not let the sun go down on your wrath.’ No matter what side you are on, we cannot skirt over real anger. There are people who stereotype and make assumptions about African Americans. This cynicism still exists today and is a blatant wake up call. Race is a real issue, and we cannot ignore it, especially in the church. It's more important now than ever to know our history! Learn about Medgar Evers, Emmitt Till and the many others in our historic legacy. It could've been you walking home from the store.”

    Walker, who is an advocate for community involvement and effecting positive change, challenged his congregation and an international viewing audience to, “Take the anger you might be feeling and connect it to advocacy. Get involved in the community! Teach your children about civil rights and the Civil Rights Movement.”

    “And please, don't let the sun go down on your wrath. Everybody who doesn’t have your skin color is not your enemy, and everyone that does have your skin color is not your friend. This is not the time to look at people in distain. We are all brothers and sisters. Let's rise up as the Kingdom of God - get involved and pray. At the end of the day, whatever side you fall on you cannot always trust the judgment of man, but there is a Judge who will have the last say. My thoughts and prayers are certainly with Trayvon Martin's parents and family."

    About Bishop Joseph Walker, III: Noted as one of the most educated and influential leaders in the ministerial community, Bishop Walker, born in Shreveport, LA, received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Southern University, a Master of Divinity degree from Vanderbilt University and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Princeton Theological Seminary, and is a member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. He is the author of eight books, including the current top selling title, Becoming A Couple of Destiny. Bishop Walker also serves as the Bishop of Senior Pastors within the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International. Walker is married to the former Dr. Stephaine Hale. She is the Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Neonatology at Vanderbilt University and they have one beautiful daughter, Jovanni Willow Walker.

    For more information, please visit: mtzionnashville.org and josephwalker3.org

    About FGBFCI: In 1992, Bishop Paul S. Morton founded the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship, a movement to lead and teach born-again Christians how to become more strongly grounded in their faith in Jesus. FGBCFI is one of the largest African American Protestant organizations in the United States with an estimated two million members. FGBCFI headquarters are located in Atlanta, GA.

    For more information, please visit: www.fullgospelbaptist.org

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    (BPRW) UP ADDS “THE AMERICAN BIBLE CHALLENGE” TO ITS LINEUP


    - Acquisition Marks Network’s First Game Show, Hosted by Jeff Foxworthy To Premiere on July 25 -

    (BLACK PR WIRE) – ATLANTA – July 17, 2013 – UP, America’s favorite channel for uplifting family entertainment, announced today that it has acquired the first two seasons of ratings hit “The American Bible Challenge.” “The American Bible Challenge” will be UP’s first game show and will premiere on Thursday, July 25, 2013 at 9 p.m. EDT.

    UP has acquired the first two seasons of the series, hosted by comedian Jeff Foxworthy (@foxoutdoors), for a total of 18 episodes. In the program's second season, gospel star and multiple Grammy® Award winner Kirk Franklin (@kirkfranklin) joins Foxworthy as co-host.

    The one-hour show features questions drawn from the Bible with contestants striving to win prize money for the charity of their choice. Three teams of three compete on each show. The winning team receives $20,000 to donate to charity and advances in a season-long tournament. The season's champion wins $100,000 for their charity.

    “‘The American Bible Challenge’ is a wonderful family show that encompasses the uplifting values embodied by the UP brand,” said Leslie Glenn Chesloff, executive vice president, programming. “We are delighted to add this popular series to our schedule.”

    About UP
    UP, (www.UPtv.com) based in Atlanta, is America’s favorite network for uplifting music and family entertainment. The network presents original and acquired movies, series, stage plays and music specials along with gMovies, the first faith-friendly streaming movie service. The UP brand is reflected in “Uplift Someone,” the network’s successful pro-social initiative. UP can be seen in more than 62 million homes on major cable systems including Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications and Charter Communications, as well as DIRECTV on channel 338, DISH Network on channel 188, and Verizon FiOS on channel 224.

    Follow UP on Facebook & Twitter at http://facebook.com/UPtv and @UPtv.

    Contact Information
    Chelsye J. Burrows
    770-692-4559
    cburrows@UPtv.com

    David Gardner
    770.692.9939
    dgardner@UPtv.com

    Mark Braff
    201.612.0707
    mbraff@braffcommunications.com

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    BISHOP JOSEPH W. WALKER, III ANNOUNCED AS THE NEXT PRESIDING BISHOP OF THE FULL GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH FELLOWSHIP INTERNATIONAL


    Nashville, TN – July 5, 2013 -- It’s official! Bishop Joseph W. Walker, III will succeed Bishop Paul S. Morton as Presiding Bishop of the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International. Morton, who will retire in 2015, founded FGBCFI 20 years ago, made the much anticipated announcement tonight in Louisville, KY among thousands of FGBCFI Conference Attendees and a world-wide television viewing audience. The appointment, which was determined by the votes of the FGBCFI Bishop’s Council, sends a powerful message of trust and respect in Walker, the 45 year old proven and successful leader.

     Bishop Joseph W. Walker, III
    “I’m humbled and thankful by this God ordained responsibility and opportunity. I’m so grateful for the confidence Bishop Morton and the Bishop’s Council has shown in choosing me as the next Presiding Bishop. Certainly, I am committed to the positive future of the Fellowship. I will continue to work hard each and every day to insure that the mission and vision established by our founder is fulfilled. We will remain strong, committed and undivided during this transition.”

    Bishop Joseph Walker pastors one of the largest churches in the United States, Mt.Zion Baptist Church in Nashville, TN, which has grown from 175 members in 1992 to over 28,000 members today. Mt. Zion Baptist Church is one church, with three locations, offering 30+ ministries for social and economic enhancement of the Nashville community and abroad.

    Named as one of the top 20 African-American Pastors in the country by TheRoot.com, Walker sits on noteworthy national boards, including the board of the American Red Cross, and holds a Governor- appointed post on the Tennessee Human Rights Commission. The influential leader, while preaching seven services per week at Mt.Zion Church, has an international internet, television and radio ministry reaching hundreds of thousands around the world.

    Bishop Walker will assume his role during a season where the church culture is wrestling with an array of challenges and negative media surrounding it. An astute, spiritual motivator, Walker has turned tragedy and hardship into triumph and testimony: in 2005, his first wife passed away due to cancer; in 2007, his home was destroyed by fire; and in 2012, a flurry of baseless and unmerited lawsuit allegations were filed against him. The adversities have tempered Walker to be a leader prepared to lead a movement. In 2009, Bishop Walker remarried; in 2009, Bishop Walker’s home was restored; and in 2012, the lawsuit allegations were dismissed 100% by the Tennessee Judiciary. As a champion of the faith, Bishop Joseph W. Walker, III continues to carry the message of love, faith and hope that has inspired the world for more than 2,000 years.

    About FGBFCI:
    In 1992, Bishop Paul S. Morton founded the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship, a movement to lead and teach born-again Christians how to become more strongly grounded in their faith in Jesus. FGBCFI is one of the largest African American Protestant religious organizations in the United States with an estimated 2 million members. FGBCFI headquarters are located in Atlanta, GA.

    For more information, please visit: www.fullgospelbaptist.org

    About Bishop Joseph Walker, III:
    Noted as one of the most educated and influential leaders in the ministerial community, Bishop Walker, born in Shreveport, LA, received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Southern University; a Master of Divinity degree from Vanderbilt University and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Princeton Theological Seminary, and is a member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. He is the author of 8 books, including the current top selling title, “Becoming A Couple of Destiny. Bishop Walker also serves as the Bishop of Senior Pastors within the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International. Walker is married to the former Dr. Stephaine Hale. She is the Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Neonatology at Vanderbilt University and they have one beautiful daughter, Jovanni Willow Walker.

    For more information, please visit: mtzionnashville.org and josephwalker3.org

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    Greetings African American Community Member


    I am sending this to you because you are apparently involved in the African American community.

    I have recently published my third book entitled Standing True to Our God, which addresses the topic of reformation in the Black Church. If you are an African American Christian, chances are you attend a predominantly black church. Thus, you could easily relate to several issues I mention in the book. The book is really for anyone who enjoys exploring relevant ideas pertinent to the black community. See photos below; I included them as attachments in case you cannot view the photos.

    Standing True to Our God
    The book is endorsed by Fred Luter, Jr., who has recently been in the news for making history as the first African American elected to the presidency of the Southern Baptist Convention:

    “I would make this book required reading in every seminary and Bible College in this country! Mr. Moore’s wisdom, insight, research, convictions, and biblical knowledge are evident in every chapter. My prayer is that after you read the last page of Standing True To Our God, you would agree that reform is desperately needed in our churches today.”

    Fred Luter, Jr.
    Pastor, Franklin Avenue Baptist Church
    First African American President, Southern Baptist Convention
    For more information, visit my website: www.jlmoorepage.com
    or my Amazon author page: https://www.amazon.com/author/jlmoore

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BLACK - AFRICAN AMERICAN CHURCH DIRECTORY
   

    Alabama
    Gospel Tabernacle ...
    At GT, we are dedicated in promoting the gospel of Jesus Christ in a way that is conducive to all that comes to visit. Selma, Alabama.
    http://www.gtcogicselma.org/

    New Beginnings Church ...
    Whether divorced, widowed, single or married this is the place where you can begin again. Mobile, Alabama.
    http://www.newbeginningsministries.org/

    St Paul AME Church ...
    St. Paul AME Church 706 East Patton Avenue, Montgomery, Alabama.
    http://www.stpaulamemontgomery.com/

    Tabernacle of Praise Church ...
    It is our hope that you will not only experience the presence of God in a fresh and wonderful way, but also that you will desire to share your experiences with others as you too grow in Christ. Selma, Alabama.
    http://www.topchurch.org/



    Arizona
    Antioch Church Of God In Christ ...
    Our Mission is to develop Disciples of Christ through unconditional love and Biblically based principles. Peoria, AZ.
    http://www.antiochcogic.org/

    Rising Star Baptist Church Online ...
    Rising Star is a church where everyone is welcome. We are one of the friendliest churches in Tucson and we delight in extending to you a warm welcome.
    http://www.risingstarbaptist.org/



    California
    African American Catholic Center for Evangelization ...
    The African American Catholic Center for Evangelization serves the African American Catholic community within the Archdiocese of Los Angeles to support and collaborate with local parishes and organizations and the African Diaspora.
    http://aaccfe.com/

    Atherton Baptist Church ...
    Atherton Baptist Church is a church striving to lead its members to a loving, learning, loyal, and lasting relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Hawthorne, Ca.
    http://www.athertonbc.org/

    Bayview Baptist Church ...
    The purpose of this website is to help you see what God has and is doing in the life of this congregation. We hope that you will come and visit us soon. San Diego, CA.
    http://www.bayviewbc.org/

    City of Refuge UCC ...
    City of Refuge United Church of Christ is a ministry of restoration. We are intentionally radically inclusive, welcoming all persons regardless of race, color, ancestry, age, gender, affectional orientation, and those who are specially abled. San Francisco CA
    http://www.sfrefuge.org/

    Ever Increasing Faith Ministries ...
    Crenshaw Christian Center, Ever Increasing Faith Ministries. Los Angeles, CA.
    http://www.faithdome.org/

    Faithful Central Bible Church ...
    This dynamic site is designed to give you up-to-date information about all aspects of life and ministry at Faithful Central Bible Church, Inglewood, CA.
    http://www.faithfulcentral.com

    New Hope Baptist Church ...
    New Hope Baptist Church acknowledges only on GOD who exists in three divine personalities. They are GOD the Father, GOD the Son, and GOD the Holy Spirit. New Hope Baptist Church teaches that Jesus Christ, the Son of GOD and Himself deity, became flesh. His purpose for becoming a man was to die for the sins of all men and women. Union City, California.
    http://www.newhopebaptist.org/

    Ram in the Thicket Biblical Resources ...
    Utilizing the Internet to reach the world revealing Jesus Christ through Bible study resources: study tools, biblical/Christian facts and enlightenment, topics, references, events, inspiration, and biblical-oriented games. San Jose, CA.
    http://rittbibleres.org/

    West Angeles COGIC ...
    Bishop Charles E. Blake, West Angeles Church of God in Christ is a respected and dynamic preacher, a world class leader, a visionary, a beloved friend, and mentor to many. Los Angeles, CA.
    http://www.westa.org/

    WHW Ministries ...
    The WHW biblical expository conference has some of the top biblical scholars in America that teach every year. This conference also offers tremendous resources and study materials for pastors to take advantage of. Los Angeles, California.
    http://gowhw.com/



    Connecticut
    Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church ...
    Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church of Bloomfield Connecticut.
    http://www.bethelbloomfield.org/

    Cross Street AME Zion Church ...
    Cross Street AME Zion Church of Middletown, CT.
    http://www.crossstreetamezion.org/home_0.aspx

    Grace Baptist Church of ...
    Grace Baptist Church of Waterbury, Connecticut.
    http://www.gracebaptistchurchofwaterbury.com/



    Delaware
    Bethel AME Church ...
    Bethel AME Church located in Wilmington, Delaware.
    http://www.bethelwilmington.org/

    Church Connectional Ministers ...
    We are an advocacy group for the spouses, children, widows and widowers of the "called servants" of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Dover, DE.
    http://www.amemswwpk.org/

    Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church ...
    Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church located in Dover, Delaware.
    http://www.mtzionamedover.com/

    Union Missionary Baptist Church ...
    A Capital Church within the Capitol City of the First State in the Union." "Progressive in Vision! Contemporary in Approach! Respectful to Traditional Values! Ministering to the needs of Families and Individuals! Dover, Delaware.
    http://www.unionmbc.org/



    DC
    Metropolitain Baptist Church ...
    Our church is a spiritually vibrant, socially relevant, and bible based congregation. Over fifty-five ministries address human need, at home and around the world. Washington, DC.
    http://www.metropolitanbaptist.org/



    Florida
    Bethel Missionary Baptist Church ...
    Bethel Missionary Baptist Church is driven by a mission of service. Tallahassee, FL
    http://www.betheltally.org/

    First Mission Christ Temple Church of God in Christ ...
    First Mission Christ Temple Church of God in Christ. Tallahassee, FL
    http://www.firstmissioncogic.com/

    Greater Bethel AME Church ...
    Greater Bethel AME Church located in Gainesville, Florida.
    http://www.gbamec.org/

    Greater Friendship Baptist Church ...
    Greater Friendship Baptist Church, in Daytona Beach, FL.
    http://www.greaterfriendship.net/

    Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church ...
    Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church is Located in Eatonville, Florida.
    http://www.mdonia.org/

    St John COGIC ...
    Our mission is to provide a beacon of light to a lost and dying world. Quincy FL.
    http://www.stjohncogic.org/



    Georgia
    Beaulah Baptist Church ...
    Welcome to the website of the Beulah Missionary Baptist Church. A bible centered, spirit-led church serving God through Jesus Christ, guided by the Holy Spirit, Decature, GA.
    http://www.beulahbaptist.org/

    Bethel AME Church ...
    Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church is located in Hinesville Ga.
    http://www.bethelhinesville.com/

    Friendship Baptist Church ...
    Friendship Baptist Church - Duluth, GA
    http://www.friendshipduluth.org/

    Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church ...
    A Loving Church With A Servant's Heart. Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church located in Augusta Georgia.
    http://www.ghmbcaugusta.org/

    Greenforest Community Baptist Church ...
    To build a united Biblical community of loving relationships whose members daily and devoutly love, follow and model Christ, and respond properly to His Lordship through powerful worship. Decatur, GA.
    http://www.greenforest.org/

    Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church ...
    Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church is located in Decatur, Georgia.
    http://www.mtzionamec.org/

    New Birth MBC-Lithonia ...
    The mission of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church is to lead the world to worship God through serving, loving, evangelizing, and making disciples, Lithonia, GA.
    http://www.newbirth.org/

    New Life Ministries ...
    New Life Ministries is located in Thomasville, GA
    http://newlife-ministry.org/

    Shaw Temple ...
    Shaw Temple is located in Mableton, GA.
    http://www.shawtemple.org/

    St. James United Methodist Church ...
    St. James United Methodist Church is located in Alpharetta, Georgia
    http://www.stjamesumc.org/

    World Changers Church Int. ...
    World Changers Church International - Creflo Dollar Ministries. College Park, GA.
    http://www.worldchangers.org/



    Hawaii
    Trinity Missionary Baptist Church ...
    Trinity Missionary Baptist Church is located in Honolulu, HI.
    http://www.trinityhawaii.org/



    Illinois
    Allen Chapel ...
    Allen Chapel can be found in the city of Rockford, Illinois.
    http://www.allenchapel.com/

    Apostolic Church of God ...
    Apostolic Church of God, Chicago IL, USA - Bishop Arthur M. Brazier.
    http://www.apostolicchurchofgod.net/

    Bill Winston Ministries ...
    Bill Winston simplistic presentation of the Word of God enables Bill Winston Ministries to be one of the most progressive, non-denominational, Christian outreach ministries in the Midwest, Oak Park IL.
    http://www.billwinston.org/

    Black Catholics of Chicago ...
    Department of Evangelization, Catechesis and Worship. Office for Black Catholics. Chicago, IL.
    http://www.blackcatholicchicago.org/

    DuPage AME Church ...
    DuPage has been a place for youth development. It is a church dedicated to loving and nurturing its young and encouraging their total participation in the life of the church and broader community. Lisle, IL
    http://www.dupageamec.org/

    Holy Angels Church ...
    The Holy Angels Church Home Page, An African American Catholic Church. Chicago, IL
    http://www.holyangels.com/

    Quinn Chapel A.M.E. Church ...
    Each meeting of every group in the church is started with prayer, Scripture, and a brief homily that explains the passage previously read. Chicago, IL
    http://www.quinnchicago.org/

    The Israel of God ...
    The Israel of God is a Bible Study Class. Our purpose is to teach the uncut word of God according to the Prophets (Old Testament) and Apostles (New Testament). Chicago, Illinois.
    http://www.theisraelofgod.com/

    Wayman AME Church ...
    Wayman AME Church located in Chicago, IL.
    http://www.waymanamec.org/



    Indiana
    Galilee Missionary Baptist Church ...
    Galilee Baptist Church of Gary, Indiana. Learning to See Life From God's Point of View, Making Disciples To make A Difference In The World.
    http://www.galileembchurch.org/

    Greater St John Missionary Baptist Church ...
    Greater St John Missionary Baptist Church located in South Bend, Indiana.
    http://www.greaterstjohnmbc.com/

    Memorial Baptist Church ...
    Memorial Baptist Church is located in Evansville, Indiana.
    http://www.memorialbaptchurch.com/

    New Church Ministry.Org ...
    The New Church Ministry vision is to provide spirited permission giving leadership for a revival of the Christian Church, Indianapolis, IN.
    http://www.newchurchministry.org/

    New Hope Missionary Baptist Church ...
    New Hope Missionary Baptist Church is located in Evansville, Indiana.
    http://newhopeevansville.org/dir/


    Iowa
    Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church ...
    Located in the surrounding areas of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
    http://mtzionmbchurch.org/



    Kansas
    Calvary Baptist Church ...
    Ministering to the masses. Wichita, KS
    http://www.calvarybaptistks.org/



    Kentucky
    Saint Paul A.M.E. Church ...
    Saint Paul A.M.E. Church is located in Lexington, Kentucky.
    http://www.hspame.com/



    Louisiana
    Greater Saint Stephens FGBC ...
    A Place To Call Home, New Orleans, La..
    http://www.greaterststephenfgbc.org

    New Hope Baptist Church ...
    New Hope Baptist Church is a family of baptized believers, who worship the Lord our God in spirit and in truth, teach the saved to reach the lost, and minister to the needs of others, while encouraging one another through acts of love and living in obedience to God's Word. Baton, Rouge, Louisiana.
    http://newhopebr.com/intro/



    Maryland
    Bethel A.M.E. Church ...
    Bethel A.M.E. Church located in Baltimore, Maryland.
    http://www.bethel1.org/

    Emanuel AME Church ...
    Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church is the oldest AME church in the south. It is referred to as "Mother Emanuel". Emanuel has one of the largest and oldest black congregations south of Baltimore, Maryland.
    http://www.emanuelamechurch.org/

    Empowerment Temple A.M.E. ...
    "Empower the World Through the Word", Baltimore Maryland.
    http://www.empowermenttemple.org/

    First Missionary Baptist Church ...
    First Missionary Baptist Church is located in Frederick, Maryland.
    http://www.fmbaptistchurch.org/

    Mount Calvary African Methodist Episcopal Church ...
    We are a Christ-Centered church that believes in the full gospel message. We believe in building and equipping disciples and we are committed to reaching our city, state, and world with the Gospel. Connect with people and grow an authentic relationship with Jesus. Towson, Maryland.
    http://www.mtcalvaryame.org/

    New Shiloh Baptist Church ...
    The primary reason we meet is to focus our attention on God and the Work of God, giving Him our worship and receiving His blessings and inspiration. Each of these opportunities is a special time of spiritual refreshment as our pastors proclaim God's Word, our choral and congregational singing lifts our spirits, and together we experience His presence. Baltimore, MD
    http://www.newshilohbaptist.or

    Refreshing Spring COGIC ...
    Archie D. Headen, Founder of the Refreshing Spring COGIC. Riverdale Maryland.
    http://www.rscogic.org/



    Massachusetts
    Belmont A.M.E. Zion Church ...
    Belmont A.M.E. Zion Church helps to provide the foundation for strong communities in Worcester, MA.
    http://www.belmontamezion.com/

    Bethel AME Church ...
    From Jamaica Plains, Boston, to the ends of the earth. Jamaica Plain, MA
    http://www.bethelame.org/



    Michigan
    Abundance Of Joy Fellowship ...
    A Non-denominational congregation Pastored by William A Jackson Jr. Inkster, MI.
    http://www.aojf.org/

    Bethel A.M.E. Church ...
    Bethel A.M.E. Church of Ann Arbor, Michigan.African-American place of religious worship.Brief History of Bethel A.M.E. and the A.M.E. Church.
    http://www.worshipatbethel.org/

    First Congregational Church of Detroit ...
    Experience over 159 years of history and the unique architectural design of this spiritually significant church located on the corner of Woodward and Forest Avenues in Detroit.
    http://www.friendsoffirst.com/home/

    Holy Trinity Inst. COGIC ...
    Holy Trinity Inst. with Bishop Wells, Muskegon, MI.
    http://www.totalmanministry.org/

    Messiah Missionary Baptist Church ...
    Messiah Missionary Baptist Church located in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
    http://www.messiahmissionarygr.org/pastor.html

    Perfecting Church-Detroit ...
    Perfecting Church strives to attain the purpose for which she is called. Detroit Michigan.
    http://www.perfectingchurch.org/

    Quinn Chapel AME Church ...
    Quinn Chapel AME Church. Located in Flint, Michigan.
    http://www.quinnchapelamechurchflint.org/




    Minnesota



    Mississippi
    New Hope Baptist Church ...
    New Hope Baptist Church, Jackson MS 39206
    http://www.newhope-baptist.org/

    The BLVD ...
    Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church.
    http://www.theblvd.org/



    Missouri
    Antioch Baptist Church ...
    We are a congregation of ordinary people experiencing an extraordinary God. St Louis, MO
    http://www.antiochbaptiststl.org/

    Central Baptist Church ...
    Making Disciples, Transforming Lives. Saint Louis, Missouri.
    http://cbcstl.org/

    First Baptist Church of St. Louis ...
    Planted By God- Built To Last.
    http://www.firstbaptistchurchstlouis.org/

    Lane Tabernacle CME Church ...
    The Tabernacle's" heart and doors are open to you, as a place to worship. Saint Louis, Missouri.
    http://www.lanetabernaclestl.com/

    St. Alphonsus Liguori Rock Catholic Church ...
    We are a Redemptorist parish, practicing Catholicism in the African American tradition. Our historic church features fabulous Old World architecture, beautiful stained glass, incredible stone and marble work, and one of four surviving pipe organs of its kind in the country. St Louis, Missouri.
    http://www.stalphonsusrock.org/site/



    Nevada
    Calvary Southern Baptist Church ...
    Calvary Southern Baptist Church is located in North Las Vegas NV.
    http://www.calvarysouthernbaptist.org/

    First African Methodist Episcopal Church ...
    First African Methodist Episcopal Church is located in Las Vegas NV.
    http://www.famechurchlasvegas.com/

    Greater St. Paul COGIC ...
    Greater St. Paul COGIC is located in Las Vegas, NV.
    http://www.greaterstpaulcogic.com/

    New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church ...
    New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church located in Sparks, NV
    http://www.njbcspiritofexcellence.com/

    Tabernacle of Praise Church ...
    Tabernacle of Praise Church is located in Las Vegas, NV.
    http://www.topcogic.com/

    Victory Missionary Baptist Church ...
    Victory Missionary Baptist Church is located in Las Vegas, NV.
    http://www.victorymbc.org/



    New Jersey
    Bethany Baptist Church ...
    Bethany Baptist Church is a strong, Christ-centered church and active community of willing hearts and hands located in Newark, New Jersey.
    http://www.bethany-newark.org/history.html

    Cathedral International ...
    The Cathedral Historic Second Baptist Church is a Christ-centered community, embracing historic Christian Liturgy and Pentecostal fervor, Perth Amboy, NJ.
    http://www.thecathedral.org

    Fountain Baptist Church ...
    Fountain Baptist Church ~ Pursuing The Greater. Summit N.J.
    http://www.fountainbaptist.org/

    New Hope Baptist Church ...
    New Hope Baptist Church is located in Newark, New Jersey.
    http://www.newhopenewark.org/

    St. James AME Church ...
    St. James AME Church is located in Newark, NJ.
    http://stjamesame.org/

    Wicker Memorial Baptist Church ...
    Our Mission is to glorify God, win souls and be a living testimony; focusing on our outreach ministries.Located in New Jersey.
    http://www.wickermemorial.org/



    New Mexico
    Grant Chapel AME Church ...
    Grant Chapel AME Church - located in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    http://qlawson.tripod.com/index-2.html

    Mount Olive Baptist Church ...
    Mount Olive Baptist Church located in Albuquerque, NM.
    http://www.mom-bc.com/



    New York
    Abyssinian Baptist Church ...
    Abyssinian Baptist Church is located in New York, New York.
    http://www.abyssinian.org/

    Convent Avenue Baptist Church ...
    Convent Avenue Baptist Church is located in New York, New York.
    http://www.conventchurch.org/

    Cornerstone Baptist Church ...
    We seek to respond to the gospel of Jesus Christ in word and in deed. From the music to the message; we have a genuine passion for God, life and family. Brooklyn, New York.
    http://www.cornerstonebaptistchurch.net/

    First A.M.E. Zion Church ...
    Located in Brooklyn, NY
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/First-AME-Zion-Church-Brooklyn-NY/86032333310

    First Corinthian Baptist Church ...
    First Corinthian Baptist Church is located in New York, New York.
    http://www.fcbcsermons.com/

    Immaculate Conception/St. Bridget’s Church ...
    A Roman Catholic Community of African American Tradition. Rochester, NY
    http://www.immaculateconceptionrochester.com/

    Pentecostal Temple COGIC Buffalo ...
    We're moving in the power of Pentecost! Celebrating fifty-three years in the beauty of holiness we are a Pentecostal church with a holiness message. Buffalo, New York.
    http://www.pentecostaltemplechurch.com/

    Riverside Church ...
    The Riverside Church in New York City.
    http://www.theriversidechurchny.org/

    Second Canaan Baptist Church ...
    Second Canaan Baptist Church is located in New York, New York.
    http://www.secondcanaanbaptistchurch.org/

    True Bethel Baptist Church ...
    Delivers an encouraging word each week. True Bethel is located in the heart of Buffalo, NY.
    http://www.truebethel.org/



    North Carolina
    Antioch Missionary Baptist Church ...
    Antioch Missionary Baptist Church located in Charlotte, NC
    http://www.antiochfamily.org/

    Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church ...
    Ministering to the spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social and physical needs of all people. Greensboro, NC.
    http://bethelamegsb.com/

    Ebenezer Baptist Church ...
    The vision of Ebenezer is to focus on the current plight of the family by providing the strength and spiritual nourishment through our preaching. Charlotte, NC
    http://www.ebccharlotte.org/

    Evangel Fellowship COGIC ...
    Apostle Otis & Barbara Lockett Pastors, Greensboro NC.
    http://www.evangelword.org

    First Baptist Church ...
    Persuaded to persuade the unpersuaded that Christ lives!! Lumberton, North Carolina.
    http://firstbaptistlumberton.org/

    Friendship Missionary Baptist Church ...
    Friendship Missionary Baptist Church located in Charlotte, NC
    http://www.friendshipcharlotte.org/

    Keaton's Barbecue, Inc. ...
    Since 1953, the "Original" Keaton's Barbecue sauce has delectably satisfied millions of palliates and provide a distinctive taste. Cleveland, North Carolina.
    http://www.keatonsoriginalbbq.com/

    Lincolnville AME Church ...
    Lincolnville AME Church is located in Raleigh, North Carolina.
    http://www.lincolnvilleamechurch.org/

    Little Rock AME Zion Church ...
    Little Rock AME Zion Church is located in Charlotte, NC
    http://littlerockamezion.org/

    Salem Baptist Church ...
    We welcome you to the Salem Baptist Church web site. We hope that you will find every bit of info on this site both edifying and inspirational. Charlotte, North Carolina.
    http://greatersalem.org/

    St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church ...
    St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church is located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
    http://www.st-james1501ws.com/

    St. Paul AME Church ...
    St. Paul AME Church is located in Raleigh, North Carolina.
    http://www.stpaulamechurchraleighnc.org/

    The Park Ministries ...
    The Park Ministries located in Charlotte, NC
    http://www.upbc.org/

    Trinity AME Zion ...
    Trinity AME Zion is located in Greensboro, NC. http://www.trinityameziongreensboro.org/



    Ohio
    Liberty Hill Baptist Church ...
    Liberty Hill Baptist Church. Cleveland, OH
    http://www.libertyhillbc.org

    Mega Church.Com ...
    Our slogan denotes our purpose, Cleveland OH.
    http://www.megachurch.com/

    Quinn Chapel AME Church ...
    Quinn Chapel AME Church. Located in Cincinnati Ohio.
    http://www.quinnchapel.com/

    The Church of God and Saints of Christ ...
    The Church of God and Saints of Christ is led today by Bishop Robert Grant, Sr. Cleveland, OH.
    http://www.churchofgod1896.org

    Wayman Chapel A.M.E. Church ...
    Wayman Chapel A.M.E. Church, Dayton, Ohio
    http://www.waymanchapelame.org/



    Oklahoma
    First Baptist Church North Tulsa ...
    First Baptist Church North Tulsa located in Tulsa, OK
    http://www.fbcnt.org/fbcnt/



    Pennsylvania
    First African Baptist Church of Philadelphia ...
    Welcome to The FAB Church! We just so happen to be the friendliest church in Philadelphia! Everyone is welcome here, whatever your story, your background, or your life circumstances.
    http://www.thefabchurch.org/

    First Corinthian Baptist Church ...
    Welcome to the First Corinthian Baptist Church! We are striving to make Our Church Family, Your Church Family and Our Church Home, Your Church Home! Philadelphia, PA
    http://www.angelfire.com/biz/fcbc5101pine/

    Grace Baptist Church ...
    Grace Baptist Church, located in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.
    http://www.gbcchambersburg.org/

    Light of the World Church International ...
    Light of the World Church International is located next to St Joseph University in Bala Cynwyd, PA.
    http://www.lwci.org/

    Macedonia Baptist Church ...
    Macedonia Baptist Church is a community of believers with a great past and an even greater future. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
    http://www.macedoniapgh.org/

    Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church ...
    Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church located in Philadelphia, PA
    http://www.motherbethel.org/

    New Covenant Church of Philadelphia ...
    A place of joy and celebration! New Covenant Church was established in 1982 and continues to be an exciting and growing congregation. Philadelphia, PA
    http://www.newcovenantchurch.org/

    Pennsylvania Council of Churches ...
    The Council is a community of 42 church bodies seeking to be faithful to Jesus' intention that Christians unite for Gospel mission (John 17:21). Pennsylvania.
    http://www.pachurches.org/

    The Sharon Baptist Church ...
    The Sharon Baptist Church located in Philadelphia, PA
    http://thesbc.org/

    Zion Baptist Church of Philadelphia ...
    At Zion, located 3600 North Broad Street across from Temple University Hospital, we combine unapologetic and socially relevant inspiration with social transformation. Join us each Sunday for passionate and contemporary preaching by Pastor A. Carl Prince.
    http://www.zionphilly.org



    Rhode Island
    Congdon Street Baptist Church ...
    The oldest historically Black Baptist church in Rhode Island.
    http://www.csbchurch.org/



    South Carolina
    Allen Temple ...
    Allen Temple is located in Greenville SC.
    http://www.allentempleamechurch.org/

    Morris Brown AME Church ...
    Morris Brown African Methodist Episcopal Church, Charleston, SC
    http://www.morrisbrownonline.org/

    New Hope Missionary Baptist Church ...
    This Church was first founded in 1841. Rev. Parker G. Mitchell is the Pastor. Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina.
    http://www.aawc.com/church1.html

    Pine Grove AME Church ..
    Pine Grove AME Church - Columbia, South Carolina.
    http://www.pinegroveame.org/

    Springfield Baptist Church ...
    Springfield Baptist Church is located in Greenville SC.
    http://www.springfieldbaptist.com/

    7th District AME Church ...
    7th District AME Church, Columbia, South Carolina. http://www.ame7.org/


    Tennessee
    Breath of Life Christian Center ...
    Breath of Life is a teaching ministry. We minister to each individual because we believe God gives abundant life through Holy living, regardless of race, creed, color of skin or nationality, Memphis TN.
    http://www.bolcc.org

    Church Of God In Christ ...
    Church Of God In Christ located in Memphis TN.
    http://cogic.net/cogiccms/default/

    First Baptist Church ...
    First Baptist Church on East 8th Street in Chattanooga was founded in 1866. In everything we do let us live our lives, oh Lord, to praise You. Chattanooga, Tennessee
    http://www.fbce8.com/

    Greater Community Temple ...
    Greater Community Temple's mission is to impact its community through evangelism, discipleship, and incorporating God's family into our fellowship, Memphis, TN.
    http://www.gctministries.org

    Healing Center Full Gospel Baptist Church ...
    Healing Center Full Gospel Baptist Church - Memphis, Tennessee.
    http://www.memphishealingcenter.com/

    Historic St. Paul AME Church ...
    Historic St. Paul AME Church is located in Chattanooga, TN.
    http://stpaulamechatt.org/

    Jubillee Church of God in Christ ...
    We believe the Bible to be the inspired and only infallible written Word of God, Memphis, TN.
    http://www.jubileecogic.org

    Middle Baptist Whitehaven ...
    Middle Baptist Church is a church that has been able to minister to its congregation through GOD'S WORD, Memphis, Tennessee .
    http://www.middlebaptistchurch.com/

    New Bethel MBC ...
    Come Over to Where the SON is Shinning To teach the word of our Lord for your spiritual enrichment, Germantown, TN.
    http://www.newbethel.org/

    New Direction Christian Church ...
    New Direction Christian Church, Memphis, TN.
    http://www.n2newdirection.org/

    New Growth in Christ Christian Center ...
    New Growth In Christ Christian Center is a Multi-cultural, International, Mega-ministry, fulfilling the plan of God throughout the Earth. Memphis, TN.
    http://www.ngic.org/

    New Salem Missionary Baptist Church ...
    We are a body of believers committed to worshipping and serving Jesus Christ. As Missionary Baptist Church, we join with like-minded Christians in spreading the gospel around the world. Memphis, Tennessee
    http://newsalembaptist.com

    Oak Grove MBC. ...
    Oak Grove MBC, Rev. Donald L. Johnson - Senior Pastor. Memphis, TN.
    http://www.oakgrovembchurch.net

    Payne Chapel Nashville ...
    Payne Chapel Nashville located in Nashville, TN.
    http://paynechapelnashville.com/

    Saint Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church ...
    Saint Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church is located in Nashville, TN.
    http://www.stpaul-amec.com/

    Solid Rock Church-Memphis ...
    The "Solid Rock" in our name communicates our mission, and the attitude of our hearts and, hopefully, those that join our ministry.
    http://www.solidrockmemphis.com/

    Temple of Deliverance Church of God in Christ ...
    Temple of Deliverance Church of God in Christ- Memphis Tenn.
    http://www.bbless.org

    The House of God ...
    The House of God is located in Nashville TN.
    http://www.houseofgod.ws/

    United Methodist Church ...
    The historic United Methodist Church, located in Memphis, TN
    http://www.centenarymemphis.com/

    World Overcomers Outreach Ministries ...
    Our mission is to bring about the restoration of the New Testament ministry, authority, and power of the apostolic commission upon the life of the believer. Memphis, TN.
    http://www.worldovercomers.org/



    Texas
    Allen Chapel AME Church ...
    Allen Chapel AME Church is located in Fort Worth, Texas 76102
    http://www.allenchapelfw.org/

    Baker Chapel AME ...
    Baker Chapel AME is located in Fort Worth, Texas.
    http://www.bakerchapelame.com/

    David Chapel Missionary Baptist Church ...
    David Chapel Missionary Baptist Church located in Austin, TX. We strive to be a church with a heart for the community.
    http://www.davidchapel.org/

    Faith & Trust Community Bible Church ...
    Faith & Trust Community Bible Church located in Austin, Texas.
    http://www.faithntrustcbc.org/

    Greater Calvary Bible Church ...
    Greater Calvary Bible Church located in Austin, TX.
    http://www.greatercalvary.org/

    Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church ...
    Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church of Austin, Texas.
    http://www.themount.net/

    Potters House-Dallas ...
    The Potter's Touch Daily Television Broadcast and The Potter's House, T.D. Jakes Ministries. Dallas, Texas.
    http://www.tdjakes.org/

    Reedy Chapel ...
    Reedy Chapel- African Methodist Episcopal church in Galveston Texas.
    http://www.reedychapel.com/

    Restoration Temple ...
    Restoration Temple, come and Experience it! Austin, TX
    http://www.rtod.org/

    Savannah Baptist Church ...
    Savannah Baptist Church will be a spiritual house of prayer whereby Saints and Sinners can worship through the Teaching and Preaching of God's word that will minister to the total man. Marion, Texas - Rev. Alexander Shepherd Jr.
    http://www.savannahbaptist.com/

    Shiloh Baptist Church ...
    Dr. Kris F. Erskine, Senior Pastor. "The Church that is Growing from Good to Great". Bryan, Texas.
    http://www.shilohbaptistbcs.homestead.com/

    St. James Episcopal Church ...
    St. James Episcopal Church located in Austin, TX.
    http://www.stjamesaustin.org/

    St.Matthew Baptist Church ...
    St.Matthew Baptist Church online from Houston Texas.
    http://stmatthewbc.org/



    Virginia
    Allen Chapel AME Church in Staunton, VA ...
    The oldest church established by people of color west of the Blue Ridge … Come refresh your spirit and rejoice in the goodness of God, Staunton, VA.
    http://www.allenchapelstaunton.org/

    First Baptist Church of South Richmond ...
    First Baptist Church of South Richmond can be located on Decatur Street in Richmond, Virginia.
    http://www.fbctoday.org/

    Mosby Memorial Baptist Church ...
    Mosby Memorial Baptist Church can be located in Richmond,VA.
    http://www.mosbymemorial.org/

    New Mt Zion, African Methodist Episcopal Church ...
    New Mt Zion, African Methodist Episcopal Church is located in Norfolk VA.
    http://www.new-mt-zion.com/

    Sharon Baptist Church ...
    Sharon Baptist Church can be located on East Leigh Street in Richmond, Virginia.
    http://www.usachurches.org/church/sharon-baptist-church.htm

    Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church ...
    Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church is located in Richmond, Va.
    http://www.smzbc.org/

    The Balm In Gilead ...
    National organization helping to turn Black churches into centers of support for people with AIDS and HIV. Richmond, VA.
    http://www.balmingilead.org



    Washington
    First AME Church ...
    First AME Church is located in Seattle, WA.
    http://fameseattle.org/

    Walker Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church ...
    Walker Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church is located in Seattle, WA.
    http://www.walkerchapelame.org/



    Wisconsin



    Miscellaneous
    African Methodist Episcopal Church ...
    This site is the gateway into the AME Church Online Community.
    http://www.ame-church.com/

    American Baptist Churches USA ...
    American Baptist Churches is located in King of Prussia, PA
    http://www.abc-usa.org/

    BlackandChristian.com ...
    A Voice for the African American Religious Community.
    http://blackandchristian.com/main.shtml

    Church Directory of the U.S. ...
    Church Directory of the United States. Just three clicks to find black churches with a phone number, WEB page, or e-mail address anywhere in the United States.
    http://www.churchangel.com/

    Church of God in Christ's World Headquarters ...
    We believe the Bible to be the inspired and only infallible written Word of God.
    http://www.cogic.org

    Faith in the Bay ...
    Faith in the Bay is a print/web digest working to inspire, connect, and inform the Bay Area's faith community.
    http://www.faithinthebay.com/

    FaithWebbin Network ...
    Faithwebbin Network encourages and motivates Christian development for the entire family.
    http://www.faithwebbin.net/

    Islami City ...
    Interesting Islamic news, very informative, well done website.
    http://www.islamicity.com/

    Lifestream, LLC ...
    A Christian owned company that is committed to providing ministries with the ability to reach the world using the latest broadband internet technologies.
    http://www.lifestream.tv/

    NACBA.Net ...
    The National Association of Church Business Administration is an interdenominational, professional, Christian organization.
    http://www.nacba.net/

    National Baptist Convention ...
    The nation's oldest and largest African American religious convention with an estimated membership of 7.5 million.
    http://www.nationalbaptist.com/

    Resourcing Christianity ...
    Resources for American Christianity.
    http://www.resourcingchristianity.org/

    The Nation of Islam Online ...
    Official Website of the Nation of Islam.
    http://www.noi.org/

    US Black's Church Page ...
    US Black.Com will showcases The Black Church Experience.
    http://www.usblack.com/usbblackchurch.html

    WAIN TV ...
    We are an internet tv station that streams live or prerecorded events. We provide this service for weddings, balls, talk shows, club events, funerals, sporting events, churches, etc. Our service easily broadcasts events to a global audience of unlimited size empowering yourself and your show.
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