Tag: African-American

Ministry
Feb 23, 2018
Willie O. PetersonWillie O. Peterson
The Ambiguity of the Calling of African Americans Dr. Willie Peterson, adjunct professor in the Doctor of Ministry Studies program at DTS, discusses how the call of God upon the believer's life will always take priority over the...
Diversity
Feb 6, 2018
Jurrita WilliamsJurrita WilliamsDarrell L. BockDarrell L. Bock
An African-American Story Darrell L. Bock and Jurrita Williams discuss her family history and the challenge of developing unity amidst diversity.
Bible
Feb 23, 2017
Vincent ParkerVincent Parker
Learn to Cry: A Theology of Tears Rev. Vincent Parker, Pastor of Golden Gate Missionary Baptist Church, proposes a theology of tears, in which learning how to cry becomes a step toward mending broken relationships.
Bible
Oct 9, 2013
Terrance WoodsonTerrance Woodson
A Seminarian's Challenge Dr. Terrance Woodson, advisor for African-American students at DTS, shares that God expects a seminarian to be a disciplined example.
Bible
Feb 20, 2009
Eddie B. LaneEddie B. LaneTerrance WoodsonTerrance WoodsonWillie O. PetersonWillie O. Peterson
Black History Chapel Drs. Woodson, Peterson, and Lane discuss the importance of racial reconciliation. They also take questions from the audience.
Bible
Jan 18, 2008
Robert CrummieRobert Crummie
Having The Courage To Do God's Will Rev. Robert Crummie, president of Carver Bible College in Atlanta, Georgia, brings a message that implores Christians to have the courage to do God's will.
Chapel
Jan 14, 2005
Richard Allen FarmerRichard Allen Farmer
The King of King Join us a Dr. Richard Allen Farmer, president of RAF Ministries, shares with us that Martin Luther King was not merely a social activist but also a child of God, The King.
Chapel
Jan 16, 2004
Rick RigsbyRick Rigsby
The History of the African-American Church Dr. Rick Rigsby is the founder of Impact Family Ministries and professor of Communication at Texas A&M University. Dr. Rigsby provides an historical overview of how the...