Dr.King started his ministry in Ebenezer Baptist Church, located in Atlanta, Georgia. He was a minster first. The public came to know him because he pursued freedom. He wanted God’s people to have the respect and love that they were created and endowed with. Each year, there are pastor’s who rise to the occasion to take the mantle and help Christ’s sheep.
Martin as a pastor understood Jesus’s message of delivering people from the chains of the world’s sufferings. He healed their souls nut often dealt with their social infirmities. These are the four pastors taking on the social struggles Jesus would have faced.
These are the pastors who are wearing the Shepherds Mantle passed on by Dr.King.
Minister To The Disconnected
Rev. Dr. Raphael Gamaliel Warnock is the new pastor and heir to Ebenezer Baptist Church.He served for six years as the Youth Pastor and four years as Assistant Pastor at the historic Abyssinian Baptist Church of New York City – also one of the nation’s leading congregations. Finally, before taking the helm of Ebenezer, Pastor Warnock immersed himself further in the challenges of urban ministry, in the 21stcentury, while serving for 4 ½ years as the Senior Pastor of Baltimore’s Douglas Memorial Community Church, also a spiritual base of social activism. The church has as active ministry that serves. This past summer they offered free haircuts to men while ministering to their hearts.
Minister to The Poorest of The Poor
Rudy Rasmus is a pastor, author, and global humanitarian with a passion for outreach to the world’s poorest citizens.Pastor Rudy founded the Bread of Life, Inc. (a not for profit corporation) with Juanita in December of 1992 and began serving dinners to the homeless in the sanctuary at St. John’s. Years later the Bread of Life has changed the landscape of Downtown Houston providing an array of services to homeless men and women seven nights a week in the Bread of Life facility on the St. John’s campus.
Minister to Sinners Where They Are
MLK Jr.’s Dream Now: 3 Pastor’s That Are Keeping The Dream Alive was originally published on elev8.com