The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self by Carl Trueman
How has this affected our nation and churches?
Samuel Crowther – The First African Anglican Bishop
When a visiting missionary reunited with his mother in 1848, she must have hardly believed her eyes. It had been about 26 years since she had seen him. She had left him a young teenager named Ajayi. Now he was an ordained minister in the Church of England who went by the name Samuel Crowther.
Slavery and Freedom
Francis James Grimké – Through a Pandemic and Social Unrest
We are not the first generation who must deal with a pandemic and racial unrest at the same time. The Spanish flu of 1918 hit America at a time when racial segregation and lynching of blacks were commonplace and largely ignored by the majority of Americans. Francis James Grimké led his congregation through both challenges, while defending human rights in his speeches and writings.
From Slave to Pastor