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'Lord break us … make us,' NAAF leader praysCOLUMBUS, Ohio (BP) -- Philadelphia pastor K. Marshall Williams cried out to God to mold Christians to stand as Christ's ambassadors in these last days, as he closed his remarks with prayer during the National African American Fellowship annual banquet June 15 in Columbus, Ohio.
"Lord, break us, that You can make us, that we might be the people of God that You're calling for in these last and evil days," prayed Williams, NAAF president and pastor of Nazarene Baptist Church. ... Read More
Revival, spiritual awakening NAAF aim
COLUMBUS, Ohio (BP) -- Revival for the church and spiritual awakening for the U.S. culture are the focus of the National African American Fellowship as it holds its annual meeting in Columbus, Ohio, June 14–15, according to NAAF President K. Marshall Williams Sr. Read More
Her aim: ministry at historically black collegesNEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Joy Pigg jumped at the opportunity to help launch a new Baptist Collegiate Ministry group at Southern University of New Orleans.
Pigg's readiness for a ministry challenge stretches far beyond SUNO (the university's initials). The vision of this student at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary's Leavell College is to see Baptist campus ministry groups launched or reestablished at historically black colleges and universities across the country (HBCUs, as they're known). Read More