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Rev. Stewart Speaks! Are you my pastor or my parent?

Rev. Stewart Speaks! Are you my pastor or my parent?

| July 2, 2014

By the Rev. Dr. Lakeya Stewart Pastors are men and women of God who are called to spiritually care for and lead God’s people. The position of pastor is esteemed highly in the African American community. This is even more so true for the African American church. It must be noted that this is the […]

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Rev. Stewart Speaks! Please be on time…

Rev. Stewart Speaks! Please be on time…

| June 7, 2014

By the Rev. Dr. Lakeya Stewart, M.Div., D.Min. “Please be on time for your own soul sake, for Jesus was never late.” These are some of the lyrics for a Church School song that I use to sing a few years ago. The words of the song make a lot of sense in context. One […]

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Rev. Stewart Speaks: Reconciliation

Rev. Stewart Speaks: Reconciliation

| June 4, 2014

By the Rev. Dr. Lakeya Stewart, M.Div., D.Min. “But they hurt me….” A former pastor of mine often told me that “hurt people will hurt people.” Although the phrase is catchy, it is packed with great meaning. Let us for a few moments look at this phrase. In a society that lifts up individualism over […]

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Rev. Stewart Speaks! Fearless or fearful?

Rev. Stewart Speaks! Fearless or fearful?

| May 14, 2014

By the Rev. Dr. Lakeya Stewart, M.Div., D.Min., ABD Have you ever been afraid of approaching your leader about a new idea or about something important to you? If so, have you ever wondered why you were afraid? Is being fearful wrong? I used to believe that being fearful of the leader was probably a […]

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