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Contents Acknowledgments Foreword Dr. Wallace Charles Smith, President, Palmer Theological Seminary Introduction Chapter 1 Grounded in Faith: The Church and Black Family Life Johnny B. Hill, PhD Chapter 2 Elephants in the Pews: Confronting the Silent Issues of Mental Health in the Church Sherrill McMillan, MD Chapter 3 Gettin¿ Ready to Jump da Broom and How to Make Your Good Thing Better!: Knowledge, Strategies and Resources Lorraine Blackman, PhD Chapter 4 Exploring the Meaning and Possibilities of Black Fatherhood in Today¿s Culture Edward P. Wimberly, PhD, Rueben Warren, DDS, and Anne Streaty Wimberly, Ph. D. Chapter 5 Black Men, the Church, and Family in Hip Hop Culture Johnny B. Hill, PhD Chapter 6 Yield Not to Temptation: Confronting the Challenges of the Black Family and Overspending Michael L. Cook, MDiv Chapter 7 Models for Ministry to Black Families Johnny B. Hill, PhD Chapter 8 Practical Steps for Ministry to Black Families in Today¿s World Margaret Johnson Walker, PhD Notes Resources Bibliography About the Contributors
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African Americans -- Religion.
Family -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.