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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