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The Rev. Charles Adams: A Conversation Across Generations of Black Clergy

The Rev. Charles Adams, pastor of Hartford Memorial Church in Detroit, discusses books young black clergy ought to read, ideas that have been central to his life and work, influences on his preaching, discovering a preaching voice, sermon preparation, the challenges and opportunities facing young black preachers, what it means to be a pastor and activist, the importance of financial integrity and the legacy he hopes to leave. Access the series of interviews with Rev. Adams on the “Glance Ahead” web page of the African American Lectionary, an Internet resource for worship material that spans most African American Christian traditions.

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