February is African American History month and Thursday we are focusing on a tradition that is often overlooked, the contribution of powerful rich expositional preaching in the African American tradition. Moody Bible Institute Professor Eric C. Redmond will enrich us with how the experience of the African American can provide a context for Biblical themes that are often overlooked in the larger evangelical world. He will show us how expositional teaching and the African American tradition do best when they hang together.
Eric C. Redmond is Assistant Professor of Bible at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, and Associate Pastor of preaching, teaching and care at Calvary Memorial Church in Oak Park, Illinois. He previously served as Senior Pastor of Reformation Alive Baptist Church, Temple Hills, MD, and Assistant Professor of Bible and Theology at Washington Bible College (WBC), Lanham, MD. He blogs at “A Man from Issachar” and has authored or contributed to several books including Where are all the Brothers? and Don't Call It a Comeback.