AME founder Richard Allen saw in the 1793 yellow fever epidemic an opportunity to help his fellow citizens and to advocate for equality, writes Rochester Institute of Technology history professor Richard Newman.
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This video parody of Willie Nelson's "Mammas don't let your babies grow up to be cowboys" hits home for pastors and other leaders, for whom "dinner is always served cold."
Christian leadership is an easy and difficult role, an authority that is and is not, says the Rev. Gardner C. Taylor in a video interview.
Mainline Protestants are uniquely positioned to reinvigorate the American church by bringing together the evangelical and social gospels, the Rev. Adam Hamilton says in an interview with local television news anchor David Crabtree.