Rev. Dr. Terrence Nichols

Rev. Dr. Terrence Nichols, founding pastor of New Hope Church Community (Vallejo, Calif.), has served with The Alliance for 24 years. He has been on the Board of Directors and is the past president of the Association of African-American Churches of the C&MA. He and Madeline have been married for 27 years and have two daughters.

  • So Real You Can Taste It

    Special Issue 2015

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    These are days of hardship for many people in our country. It only takes a moment to see a person’s […]

  • It Started in a Tent . . .

    January 15, 2013

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    In the thunderous recording of “Upon this Rock,” Sandi Patti belts out the lyrics that perfectly describe Clarendon Road Alliance […]

  • Weekend in LA

    July 15, 2012

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    The bus was filled with the sounds of joy. Teenagers were teasing one another playfully, fingers were feverishly dancing across […]

  • God Has a Plan . . .

    February 2010

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    Picturesque cities that hug coastlines throughout the world are often flanked by infamous islands that float in their bay waters. […]

  • Jesus Only . . . our source of healing

    June 2009

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    I was called to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ at the age of 16. When I told my friends, […]

  • Bankrupt or Blessed?

    March 2009

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    Bankrupt!” This was the headline that screamed across the Times Herald newspaper in Vallejo, California. Bankrupt! No money! No security! […]

  • No Language but Love

    February 2008

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    Do you try to improve your language skills when you are preparing to visit a foreign country? Most of us […]

  • It IS Our Problem

    March 2007

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    A nine-year-old child’s father died of AIDS at age 35. A loving teenager’s mother died of AIDS at 30. Both […]

  • Home Once More

    February 2007

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    Fall is the season for homecomings and gatherings with family and friends. A week before Thanksgiving, the Association of African-American […]