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Growing the African American Church

Wisdom from some of the most influential African American pastors of our day on how to grow and sustain a vibrant congregation.

Carlyle Fielding Stewart III, author of African American Church Growth, has brought together senior pastors from some of the fastest-growing and most influential African American congregations to answer the question, "What makes a church grow?" The answers center around four areas of ministry and witness: Preaching and worship, Evangelism and Discipleship, Community Outreach, and Stewardship. Written by church leaders with long experience in leading effective congregations, this book will be required reading for anyone seeking to grow an African American (or other) congregation.

Carlyle Fielding Stewart, III is Pastor of Hope United Methodist Church, Southfield, Michigan. He received his Ph.D. from Northwestern University and Doctor of Ministry from Chicago Theological Seminary. Dr. Stewart has held numerous administrative and teaching positions in the Illinois and Michigan areas. He is the author of many published articles in The Chicago Daily News and Journal of Religious Thought.

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