Celebrating Black History Month
The Lord reminds His people throughout the Bible to tell all generations of His wonderful works. He did not want them to forget how He demonstrated His grace and goodness to them and the world. Part of what that means for the church is that we must preserve the memory of the people and places the Lord has worked in the past. Hebrews 11 is an excellent example of how the church should cherish and celebrate people of faith who honored God with their lives.
February is Black History Month. As a church, we want to celebrate the contributions and accomplishments of the incredible men and women who’ve helped spread the Gospel and build the church.
We have taken some time to compile for you resources as well as some works written by African and African American men and women for you and your whole family to enjoy! Take some time to read through some of these and learn more about our incredibly diverse church history!
Kingdom Race Theology: God’s Answer to Our Racial Crisis by Dr. Tony Evans
How Africa Shaped the Christian Mind by Thomas Oden
Mary McLeod Bethune: Her Life and Legacy by Nancy Zrinyi Long
An Encyclopedia of African American Christian Heritage by Dr. Marvin McMickle
Africa and the Bible by Edwin Yamauchi
How to Honor the Legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – Woodside Blog
Creative God, Colorful Us by Trillia J. Newbell
Heroes in Black History: True Stories from the Lives of Christian Heroes by Dave & Neta Jackson
God’s Very Good Idea by Trillia J. Newbell
The Link: Celebrating Black History Month with Lisa Fields
The Link: Celebrating Black History Month with Dr. Eric Moore & Pastor Jacob Ley
The Link: What’s Your Legacy? with Pastor Dan Stewart & Micah Williams
This is Mahalia Jackson : Spotify Playlist
Heroes in African American Church History: Equipped with Chris Brooks
Kingdom Race Theology: Equipped with Chris Brooks
A Legacy of Faithfulness: Equipped with Chris Brooks