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  • The Soul Of The Black Church

    Contributed by Nathan Robertson, Jr. on Sep 26, 2003
    based on 121 ratings

    This is a Black History Sermon based on the 2003 National Theme The Soul of Black Folks, celebrating the Anniversary of WEB DuBois book by the same title.

    Welcome to our celebration of Black History 2003. We take out this time because we believe History is important. When we look at the Biblical Record we see that History plays an important role in the development of God’s Children. History is a source of Faith. From History we can learn what more

  • #myblackhistory The Real Battle Is Yet To Come, The Hidden Cost Of Liberation. Series

    Contributed by Amiri Hooker on Feb 10, 2022
    based on 2 ratings

    I am so blessed that I can tell the real Black History African American story! Although it is great progress to have a Black History Month where everyone can learn about the contributions of Black Americans, it is also so very limiting.

    Intro: I am so blessed that I can tell the real Black History African American story! Although it is great progress to have a Black History Month where everyone can learn about the contributions of Black Americans, it is also so very limiting. The narrative of Black people, as taught by most more

  • Teach One Reach One

    Contributed by Rodney V Johnson on Feb 5, 2017
    based on 4 ratings

    This message is about why our history is important, regardless of your individual race.

    Teach One, Reach One Why Black History and Your History Is Important Scriptures: Deut. 6:1-9; Proverbs 29:18 The title of my message this morning is “Teach One, Reach One.” Moses told the Children of Israel “Now this is the commandment, the statutes and the judgments which more

  • What About His-Story?

    Contributed by Tony Britt on Feb 5, 2002
    based on 20 ratings

    This sermon is written in honor of Black History Month. Not only do we look at how important our history is, but we are also challenged to look at how we as black/African Americans have always been central to God’s story.

    What About His-story? Back in the days of steam ships, only rich white people sailed at sea. One day while sailing, something suddenly happened to the ship and it was about to sink. Terrified, the white folks aboard didn’t know what to do. Someone suggested that they do what the black folks more

  • #my Black Christian History: Roots Of Faith Series

    Contributed by Amiri Hooker on Feb 2, 2024

    “My Black Christian History: Before the Chains,” let us remember that the Black church’s history didn’t begin during the civil rights movement. Black history’s roots are a rich tapestry woven with threads of faith, resilience, and the pursuit of God.

    Sermon Series Title: " My Black Christian History: Before the Chains" “My Black Christian History: Roots of Faith.” ”After these things the word of the Lord came to Abram in a vision, saying, “Do not be afraid, Abram, I am your shield; Your reward [for obedience] shall be very great.” more

  • Racism: Our Past And Present Sins

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Feb 18, 2022
    based on 1 rating

    racism in the United States and the churches is counter to Jesus' teachings

    LUKE 6:17-26 During the month of February, you may have noticed that we have been singing hymns from Lift Every Voice and Sing. This hymnal is part of The Episcopal Church’s recognition of Black History Month and its African-American congregants. We will continue to use these hymns as part of more

  • Thinking Clearly About Our African Spritual Heritage

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Mar 4, 2005
    based on 34 ratings

    This sermon was preached on Black History Sunday and it highlights people of color in the bible and challenges the stereotypes we have of Africans as people and of African history.

    Thinking Clearly About Our African Spiritual Heritage 2/27/2005 As we go through our sermon series on thinking clearly, one of the ones that got left out was thinking clearly about our African Spiritual Heritage. We’ve decided to put this one in. Why do we need to think clearly here. more

  • Black And White Redeemed Together

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Nov 6, 2010

    For Black History Month: We will not be fully redeemed until both black and white understand the elements of self-hatred that are in us and see that we have a Redeemer who will remove those feelings.

    Takoma Park Baptist Church, Washington, DC February 2, 1986 When you read the book of Job and read it carefully, when you really let it sink in to you what happened to this suffering man and what he had to say about it, you cannot help concluding that what is most frightening about Job is his more

  • There Is A Price To Pay If We Forget

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Mar 14, 2003
    based on 14 ratings

    This sermon is for Black Heritage Sunday, looking at the role of people of color in the Bible.

    There Is A Price To Pay If We Forget NLF February 27, 2003 Psalm 105:1-7 Philippians 3:1-14 I received my tax bill on my house at the beginning of the month one June or July. I knew it was my property tax bill, so I intended to pay it at the end of the month with all my other bills more

  • Learning To Live Inside Out: First Sunday In Lent, Year A Series

    Contributed by Amiri Hooker on Feb 24, 2023

    Intro: If Black America endeavor to work in the world around us, we will fall. From time to time, we will fail; our efforts will not be received in the spirit intended; the fruit of Black History has been slow in coming. So, if we must fall, let us fall down in worship of the one who redeems us.

    Matthew 4:1-11 The Message (The Test) 4 1-3 Next Jesus was taken into the wild by the Spirit for the Test. The Devil was ready to give it. Jesus prepared for the Test by fasting forty days and forty nights. That left him, of course, in a state of extreme hunger, which the Devil took advantage of in more

  • What I Learned From Black History Month

    Contributed by David Parks on Feb 20, 2012
    based on 10 ratings

    As I have gone back and studied Black History, some Biblical principles keep pressing into my mind: principles that could have saved mankind so much sin, suffering and sorrow.

    LESSONS I HAVE LEARNED FROM BLACK HISTORY MONTH Text: Acts 17: 16–28 Introduction: 1. Isn’t this a wonderful day the Lord has made. A day to – “Rejoice and be glad in it.” 2. Open your Bibles please to Acts 17: 24-28. 3. Read text. “For we are indeed his offspring.” 4. The Title of today’s lesson more

  • The Half Was Not Told

    Contributed by Alvin Hathaway, Sr. on May 21, 2011
    based on 12 ratings

    The Story of Solomon and The Queen of Sheba combines history and mystery. It is our history and the half has not been told.

    Sunday, February 1, 2009 “The Half was not told” I Kings 10: 1 – 10 One of the most intriguing stories that combine our Afro-Centric history with a story of love is the meeting and conversation between King Solomon and The Queen of Sheba. This story reminds me that more

  • Who Is Really Number One

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Apr 26, 2001
    based on 64 ratings

    This sermon was written during African American History month and deals with the need to see ourselves as Christians before being anything else.

    Who’s Really Number One 2/27/2000 Joshua 5:13-15 John 17:6-18 Why do we celebrate African American History? Because it reveals the workings of God in a group of people whom God has loved and more

  • Go Tell It On The Mountain

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Aug 9, 2010
    based on 2 ratings

    Celebrates the literary insights of James Baldwin, who had died shortly before; the privilege of redemptive suffering on the part of a person or a people participates in the suffering of Christ and of His victory. Includes readings from Baldwin’s writing

    Nothing is more full of mystery than this – that the suffering of .a few who are oppressed and injured acts to redeem the many, including the oppressors. And yet nothing is more true than this – that from time to time a person, a people, a race receives the awesome privilege of suffering in such more

  • Super Sunday Jesus Will Take You Higher Transfiguration Sunday, Series

    Contributed by Amiri Hooker on Feb 17, 2023

    Transfiguration Sunday is about the identity of the one we follow. Jesus Christ is revealed in glory on the mount of transfiguration. Let us rise to our feet and declare our allegiance to our Lord on this day.

    Matthew 17:1-9 The Message Sunlight Poured from His Face 17 1-3 Six days later, three of them saw that glory. Jesus took Peter and the brothers, James and John, and led them up a high mountain. His appearance changed from the inside out, right before their eyes. Sunlight poured from his face. His more