Principle Centered Living – April Shows

April shows challenged us to stretch our thinking and stock up new resources for living bigger and better. First, Rev. Evans from the National Black Church Initiative discussed asthma and lupus. Then Tyrone Berkel from BX Records dug into how Black churches could grow through digital media. Rev. Michael Miller informed us how martial arts boosts learning. Rev. Calvin Kendrick, Former Pastor of Victory Baptist Church (Bronx), offered some fascinating facts on people of color and housing. And closing out the month, Rev. Isaac Graham, Pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church (Harlem), got real about what it takes to be a church leader.

Here are episodes of our April Shows

April 29, 2017

Guest: Rev. Isaac B. Graham, Pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church in Harlem

Topic: “The Servant Leader” – What does it take to be a responsive church leader? Should you be a leader in the church? And, if you’re already one, are you doing all that you could to fulfill the church’s mission and the Lord’s will? We dig into these questions in this show.

April 22, 2017

Guest: Rev. Dr. Calvin Kendrick, Former Pastor, Victory Baptist Church

Topic: “As for Me and My House …” – Explores disturbing and eye-opening facts concerning housing and people of color. Arm yourself with the information you need to live where you want and prevent your residence from becoming a tool of racism.

April 15, 2017

Guest: Rev. Michael Miller

Topic: “Flying Kick It into High Gear” – Talks about the wonderful world of martial arts and how it can boost children’s confidence, discipline and academic achievement.

April 8, 2017

Guest: Mr. Tyrone Berkel, President, BX Records

Topic: “5 Ways the Small Black Church Can Make Money Through Digital Media”

April 1, 2017

Guest: Rev. Anthony Evans, President, National Black Church Initiative (NBCI)

Topic: NBCI’s latest health projects for autism and lupus. Rev. Evans points viewers to critical resources.