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The Will to Act

James Earl Massey, Dean of Anderson School of Theology, teaches on the importance of “the will to act.” He encourages us to live in community with one another.

James Earl Massey
Over his lifetime of ministry, James Earl Massey has served numerous roles, including pastor, theological educator, scholar, and musician. Massey is dean emeritus of Anderson School of Theology in Anderson, Indiana. From 1954 to 1976 he served as senior pastor of the Metropolitan Church of God in Detroit and then as speaker on the Christian Brotherhood Hour radio broadcast (1977–1982). He was dean of the Tuskegee University Chapel from 1984 to 1989 and dean of Anderson School of Theology from 1989 to 1995.
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