The Best Inspiration for Passionate Evangelism is The Four Horsemen

They Established and Grew the Church

Prior to the American Civil War, the AME Church was largely limited to the free states of the Northeast and Midwest, and congregations were established in many of the major cities in those areas. However, the most significant period of growth occurred in the final months of the Civil War and during the subsequent Reconstruction. The title of a sermon by Theophilus G. Steward, “I Seek My Brethren,” became a call to evangelize those who were newly freed in the collapsing Confederacy, and congregations grew rapidly south of the Mason and Dixon Line. By 1880 AME membership had reached some 400,000. African Methodism then spread to Africa itself through the work of Bishop Henry Turner, who visited Liberia and Sierra Leone in 1891 and South Africa in 1896. 

 It's Time For A New MOVEMENT Of Evangelism!

Evangelize the Incarcerated

I spent over 25 years witnessing in the Shelby County Jail Division, winning souls for the Kingdom of God. 

Evangelize Children

I have spent over 25 years advocating for incarcerated children to be treated as children and not adults. 

Make Youth Disciples

Our focus should be to make youth Disciples for Jesus Christ as we make them YPD'ers.

Prioritize Families

Our focus should be on witnessing to and spiritually nurturing entire traditonal families for God's Kingdom.

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