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Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Creation House
Publication Date: 2009
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The Bible & the Black Man: Breaking the Chains of PrejudiceRoger L. Roberson Jr.Tate Publishing / Trade Paperback$11.69 Retail:
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Sound the Trumpet Again!: More Messages to Empower African American MenEdited by Darryl D. SimsJudson Press / 2005 / Trade Paperback$12.60 Retail:
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Michael A. Stevens Sr. is committed to the discovery and development of personal purpose and positioning for the lives of men. He is the founder of University City Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, and serves as a superintendent in the Church of God in Christ. Pastor Stevens received a bachelor of science degree in political studies from North Carolina A & T State University. He hosts a national weekly talk radio show, The Michael A. Stevens Show. Pastor Stevens has lectured coast-to-coast and abroad in such countries as South Africa, Peru, Bermuda, Kenya, Belize, and Israel. He has been married to his college sweetheart, Sharon, and they are blessed with three wonderful children.
Pastor Stevens was named one of "30 Emerging Voices Under the Age of Forty" by Charisma magazine and has written some articles for them since.
No More Excuses examines why many African-American men have gone from risking their lives to worship God, to abandoning relationships with Him and their families. This book will not only discuss the exodus of men from the church but will challenge readers to work together in order to reverse this trend and create a culture that is conducive for African-American men to reclaim their place in the local church and with their families.