Churches And The African-American Community

Join Ray Suarez of a discussion of the impact a church can have on a community in very tangible and positive ways. We'll hear from the pastor oaf a well-known community church and take your calls on how churches become intertwined with the fortunes of their members. Guests: Sheila Adams African-American Consultant Archdiocese of Chicago Office for Ethnic Ministries Chicago, IL Samuel DeWitt Proctor Professor Emeritus Rutgers University Pastor Emeritus Abyssinian Baptist Church Author The Substance of Things Hoped For (Putnam, 1995) Newark, N.J. Listeners call in

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