My friend, Rev. Mae Elise Cannon, is senior director of advocacy and outreach for World Vision USA. She is also author of several books, including her most recent release, Forgive Us: Confessions of a Compromised Faith which she co-authored with Lisa Sharon Harper, Troy Jackson, and Soong-Chan Rah.
In her Huffington Post Religion column this month, she is raising awareness about Black Christian Leaders who are changing the world. Her first installment included leaders: Rev. Doc. John Perkins, Lisa Sharon Harper, Rev. Leroy Barber, Dr. Christena Cleveland, and Dr. David Anderson.
This week’s installment includes: Dr. Barbara Williams-Skinners, Rev. Adam Russell Taylor, Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil, Rev. Efrem Smith, Princess Kasune Zulu, and yours truly. I am humbled and honored to be in such great company!
Take this opportunity to learn about these leaders and their work!
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Black Christian Leaders Changing the World Part 3 of 3: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rev-mae-elise-cannon/black-christian-leaders-c_1_b_6740024.html
Natasha, it is thrilling to read about the work of these Christian leaders. How wonderful to see you taking your place among them! This powerful community is transforming American Christendom and gives me hope for other transformations of the People of God that seem so daunting. This is the work of God and it is wondrous, joyful, healing, and glorious to see.
Glory to God! Amen, sista!