A Story of Resilience - Bill's Story
Rev. Bill Lamar, now in his seventh year as Senior Pastor of Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C, draws resilience from ancestors of the past and visions of future generations who will continue the church’s ministry.
Rev. Bill Lamar
Senior Pastor, Metropolitan A.M.E. Church
The Rev. William H. Lamar IV is pastor of Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C. He previously served Turner Memorial AME Church in Maryland and three churches in Florida: Monticello, Orlando and Jacksonville.
[02:08] An address change
[05:21] Understanding what had come before him
[08:53] His source of resilience
[13:12] What it looks like today
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Rev. Bill Lamar is the co-host of "Can These Bones," the Faith & Leadership podcast, and can be reached on Twitter @WilliamHLamarIV.
Rev. Lamar mentions the book, Eyewitness: The Negro in American History (A Living Documentary of the Afro-American Contribution to U.S. History) by William Loren Katz
Reservoirs of Resilience is inspired by the monograph written by Bishop Janice Huie. Read the full publication here.
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