The African American Church: Waking Up to God's Missionary Call
William Carey Library, 2006 - 152 pages
In the pages of this book, Rev. Leonidas A. Johnson eloquently shares how God s missionary call, like an aromatic stew, has been simmering within the African American church. According to him, The African American church will play a critical role in spreading the gospel message to people groups living in areas of the world that represent the last strongholds and citadels of satanic power attempting to stop God s Mission. "
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