How many of you have been part of an unexpected conversation that left a great impact on you? For me, one of the most impactful conversations I was part of, though mostly in a passive way, occurred in Chicago in the summer of 2010. The Lord was gracious enough to place me in a setting of pastors and I had the pleasure of conversing with Anthony Carter, Thabiti Anyabwile, and others about the state of the African American church and the resurgence of Reformed soteriology within it. It was so encouraging to hear these men address issues within the African American church and culture biblically with tact and compassion. I learned a great deal in that conversation and I’m happy to know that that conversation has not ceased. In fact, it’s been an ongoing conversation and now they have opened the conversation for others to join in.
Thabiti Anyabwile, Anthony Carter and Louis Love, three African American Reformed pastors, invite you to pull up a chair and join them on The Front Porch.
Grace & Peace,