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Accidental Evangelism

“I had decided this was going to be my ‘me’ space. I wasn’t even going to think about what I was ‘supposed’ to do as a good missionary.”

The Church of Misfit Toys

“I know I should be dead,” Pastor Myron says. “But I’m a living example of how when you accept the free grace of God, everybody wins.”

William Peter Robinson

Shouting, “Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Jesus is victor! Jesus! Jesus!” he passed over the line of time to be with his Lord forever.

John D. Bell

His humble and sacrificial life is an example and heritage to those who follow.

E. B. Nichols

E. B. Nichols graduated in 1896 from the Mission Training Institute (now Nyack College in New York). In God’s providence, he became superintendent of the early African-American ministries of the C&MA.

Mattie A. Bowles and Bell H. Smoot

These two women were led of the Spirit to open an afternoon cottage meeting among colored people of Cleveland, Ohio, for prayer and teaching full salvation.

Charles Williams

A national evangelist, Charles was the field representative of the C&MA in charge of Black Ministries (now known as the African-American Pastors’ Association).

The C&MA Celebrates Black History Month

African Americans played a significant role in early Alliance history.


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