GOOD NEWS:

Even though the AFAM Conference was cancelled due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus, we have put together an online session to be held Saturday, March 14—Today—via Facebook.

 Join us at 10:00 a.m. to noon Central Time.

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Discipleship - be one make one

ENRICHING the Navigator calling by EMPOWERING African-American staff and laborers to bring their full and unique contribution, while EQUIPPING the broader Navigator family to be more effective in reaching and discipling African-American communities.

Connecting

Linking individuals to ministries, staff and resources that help reach and train African-Americans

Celebrating

Valuing, embracing and rejoicing over the unique design of the African-American culture and its impact on the Kingdom of God

Contributing

Empowering African-Americans to lead and minister out of their unique, God-given design in order to advance the kingdom of God and fulfill the Navigator’s calling

Resources

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Unity, Equality & Disciplemaking

By Dex Johnson, AFAM Network Directordexter.johnson@navigators.org As I prepared to celebrate Black History Month, I reflected on the life, work, and labor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the area of racial equality. His exquisite “Letter from the Birmingham

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Death to “Me, Myself & I”

A Lesson from MLK By Patriece Johnson, AFAM Leadership Teampatriece.johnson@navigators.org “An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.” ― Martin Luther King Jr. Putting to death the “me, myself and I”

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