There are some who are saying the black church could do a better job in the black community but instead they are part of the problem. With black churches on just about every corner in some cities, some are wondering why their communities are still suffering economically, educationally, legally, and politically. Recently protesters gathered in front of a local church in Detroit to address the church's seemingly neglect to serve and impact the community around them. Is the black church failing in black communities and if so who is to blame- the pastor or members? What can be done to reestablish a sense of hope and assurance in the role of the church in the black community? Join Pastor Neal for this and other topics on Zera Today
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