Episode 57 – The History of The Black Church With Bishop Andy C. Lewter, Part 1
On the tale end of Black History Month (February), our Host sits down with Bishop Andy C. Lewter. Bishop Lewter is a Church Historian/Theologian, Scholar, Pastor, Professor, and Instructor As we conclude February, our Host Christopher J Harris provides a platform for The Wise Idea listeners to learn about the history of the church in America, the history of the black church and what all of this means for us today.
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Christopher J. Harris, a native of Palatka, Fla., is currently Executive Pastor of Crossover Church of Tampa, Fla. He is also the Director of Administration & Vision Implementation overseeing the day to day operations of the Atlanta Headquarters office for Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International. He’s served at ministries in Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Chicago,IL. He’s an author and blogger with two books, Temporary Assignments and Church Strategies and Ministry Systems. He’s an alumnus of Florida State University, University of South Carolina, special studies at Princeton Theological Seminary and doctoral work at Nova Southeastern University. Harris currently resides in Florida with his wife Dr Carmen J Harris and their children.
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