The value for all readers despite their tradition are clearly articulated arguments in each chapter that enables everyone to see the valuable and Biblical contributions of the Black church to our current moment.
FTC.co asks John Mark Yeats, Dean of Students and Professor of Church History at MBTS, “If someone wanted to jump into studying church history, where would be a good place to start?”
Students may not have changed much over the centuries, but the task of educating the next generation remains great.
FTC.co asks Dr. John Mark Yeats, Dean of Students and Professor of Church History at MBTS, "How would Christians benefit in the future from know our past?"
Christians must hold to the higher standard that all believers are one, a new race in Christ.
This isn't simply a "megachurch problem." The heart of the issue is found in congregations of 80 people as well as those with attendance in excess of 8,000. Many churches of all sizes struggle with this same issue: pastors who build a strong vision tied only to themselves leave congregations with significant challenges when the eventual change of leadership occurs. So what’s to be done?