Judson Press celebrates the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Samuel B. McKinney (1926-2018)
A Resolution to Honor Dr. Samuel B. McKinney
This fourth volume of Outstanding Black Sermons brings together some of the best preachers in the pulpit today. These are millennium preachersmen and women who speak powerfully to this generation. Walter Thomas has brought together a collection of preachers ranging from those who have been on the national circuit for years and are familiar names to us all, to those rising stars who are in the morning of a glorious ministry. The messages shared by this diverse group of preachers seek to focus not on the eloquence and faith of the preachers themselves but on the gospel and teachings of Christ.
Contributors to this collection include:
• Claude R. Alexander Jr. • Ronald D. Barton• Charles E. Booth• John R. Bryant• William H. Curtis• H. Beecher Hicks Jr. • Carolyn Ann Knight• Water Malone• Trinette V. McCray• Vashti Murphy McKenzie• Diane Givens Moffett• Alfred A. Owens Jr. • James C. Perkins• Dennis V. Proctor• Walter S. Thomas• Ralph Douglas West
"There is no substitute for fellowship and the gathering of the saints, but when you can't make it to the church house, this collection of sermons could be just the thing to get some spiritual sustenance." black issues book review
Walter Scott Thomas has served as the pastor of the New Psalmist Baptist Church in Baltimore, Maryland since 1975. Under his leadership, the church body has grown from 200 to more than 7,000 active members. On October 16, 2010, a vision was fulfilled as the New Psalmist family moved into their new edifice, a testimony of God's faithfulness.
Bishop Walter S. Thomas, Sr. is a highly regarded executive and personal coach with over 30 years of experience in working with church leaders, pastors, church staffs, and building effective ministry teams.
In addition to providing pastoral leadership to the New Psalmist Baptist Church, Bishop Thomas has served as the past president of the Hampton University Ministers' Conference 1999-2002. Under his leadership, conference attendance doubled.
Bishop Thomas received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland in Economics. He earned his Master of Divinity degree from the Howard University School of Religion in Washington, D.C. and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Saint Mary's Seminary & University in Baltimore, Maryland. In addition to his earned degrees, Bishop Thomas was bestowed with an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Virginia Seminary and Bethune Cookman College.
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