Youth Pastor Cotton
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  • Fort Wayne, IN
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Fort Wayne
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Indiana
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Union Baptist Church
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Manchester College
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I am an associate minister at Union Baptist Church in Fort Wayne, IN. Rev. Dr. Sylvester Hunter is my Pastor and mentor. I am very passionate about ministering to God's youth and young adults as I believe they can be spiritually mature, fruit producing, kingdom citizens even though they are physically young. It is my hearts desire to ignite the spirit within those I minister to knowing the power they possess to walk in their God-given authority with a sharpened determination to know who they are as His children.

Additionally, I'm an accountant by profession and sole proprietor of Stewardship Accounting Services. If your business or church is need of accounting services, feel free to contact me via this site's messaging system and I'll be sure to respond ASAP. Only serious inquiries please.
Favorite Preachers:
Sylvester Hunter, T.D. Jakes, Joel Olsteen, Creflo Dollar, Leroy Thompson, Nat King Carter.

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At 4:47pm on July 3, 2010, William J. Bass said…
This is pastor William J. Bass, senior pastor of Praise Covenant Christian Center in Springfield, VA. Please ck out our all new 24/7 online gospel radio station called Praise 2 Go Radio you may log on at www.praise2go.com
After you ck it out, please e-mail me bk at ptriplec@aol.com with your thoughts and or comments. Be Blessed
At 7:57pm on October 10, 2009, Dr. Jean Howard-Hill said…
Subject: A Need For Men and Women of God in Politics!

Dear Preachers and Those in Ministry:

I need some bold preachers to go with me into the lion’s den!

I am a veteran African American Republican who in 1979, God sent into the Republican Party to bring about change and to bring down the walls of prejudice and call the party back to the place of its original birth as the Party of Lincoln.

This has not been an easy battle. I have shared those experiences in the book I wrote, Black Eyes Shut – White Lips Sealed (victorysongcollectionspublications.com). Yet I have stood against all odds, and now it is time to take it to the next level.

What I have seen is that the racism, mean spiritedness and the foolishness that is within the Republican Party is mostly at the top. Those who rise to the top, in most cases are the perpetrators. But when you go to the grass roots level, this almost is not there or it is in lesser degrees. Many at the grass roots level are those who believe what we believe, work with us and even share sweet fellowship. However, when you begin to get involved at the party level, this is where the demons of racism rear their heads and stand as gatekeepers.

Having taught American Government, State and Local Government and International Politics and Culture of Non-Western Countries as a political science professor at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, I understand government at all levels – even globally. I know what it will take to break the hold and to get pass the political gatekeepers. Sit-in and protests will do absolutely nothing! Even prayer alone will not suffice. But with the power of prayer, as well as the wisdom of God, we have to move into both parties and carve out a place for ourselves as Americans, if we want to share in America’s political power base. Yes, this means moving even into the Republican Party.

As the national chair for the Black Republican Women Organization, I began back in 1987 recruiting African American women into the GOP, who were not willing to be tokens, but who could retain their blackness.

Presently, I head the National Republican African American Caucus. It is a unique republican organization because it allows African Americans to be a part of a collective body that can and will bring about change. Our goal is 1.5 million by 2012, and 500,000 in 2010. You may ask why so many? It is because political strength is in numbers! In politics, believe it or not, it has very little to do with color. It has to do with numbers and the ability to write the check. If you can show you have a substantial number of people who can stand as a voting block, and have the ability to finance your own cause, then you become a significant player within the political landscape. This is the ONLY way that we gain and retain political power. This is how we as African Americans get to the table, have a voice and place ourselves in appointed and elected positions. This is how we stop some of the foolishness that is going on in politics.

As an African American Republican, I proudly voted for President Obama in the general election. But his ability to win was because he was able to get beyond the gatekeepers and become a political player within the Democratic Party. Now we have to do the same thing within the Republican Party!

Having said all of this, I need men and women of God who will join with me to fulfill this mandate, and will join the NRAAC and even begin local caucuses. I don’t want everyone! Because it is important to remain political players in both parties. We need to be in the Democratic and Republican parties. I just need a significant number of praying people, and those who are strong and can take a stand for what is right to come into the Republican fold, so that our voices are heard.

I ask you to go to the NRAAC website at www.nraacaucus.org and see what we are all about. Then pray about this and see if you are one of the ones who God is saying, “I call you to take a stand on the other side (the Republican Party), so that you can make a difference.”

Also see if perhaps God is calling you to serve in a leadership capacity. In November, we will be making new appointments of regional and state chairs, and advisory board and national board members. If you are interested, and decide to become a member, you may submit your name, bio/resume for consideration.

I look forward to those of you who are godly and truly believe in justice and compassionate, yet self-responsibility and responsible government, joining our ranks!

…And for those of you who already are Republicans, we welcome you to the family of African American Republicans.

Let’s ALL go forth, and make a positive difference regardless of which party we are in!

Feel free to e-mail me at jean.howard.hill@gmail.com or jean-howard-hill@utc.edu, and to pass this e-mail on. Tennessee also has a state caucus at www.tnraacaucus.org. The websites for other states should be up by the end of October 2010. We welcome members from all states!


Look forward to hearing from you and even seeing you at the April 9th – 10th NRAAC Conference. Our theme: Setting the Republican Agenda to Include People of Color.

In His Service,

Dr. Jean Howard-Hill, Nat’l Chair
NRAAC
423-702-5622
http://www.blackpreachingnetwork.com/profile/DrJeanHowardHill
http://www.nraacaucus.org
At 1:37am on February 17, 2009, m said…
Hello, how are you?. You look so familiar! I'm sitting here trying to figure out where I've seen or met you before. Well maybe in ministry through out my travels or crossed you on the internet before. Hope you have a blessed evening, chat with you soon.

Christina
At 5:06pm on January 22, 2009, Frances Forte said…
Good Evening Pastor,

Just wanted to stop by and say its good to see Indiana representing on this network.

Be blessed and stay in touch,

Sis. Forte
At 2:51pm on January 16, 2009, Minister Aaron McNair Jr. said…
At 2:52pm on December 15, 2008, Jakki Gilchrist said…
God Bless You Youth Pastor. I have graciously and humbly accepted the position of youth pastor recently, and would be interested in knowing some of the things you are doing in your ministry that you feel are making a great impact on the youth and community. Would be willing to talk and share so that our young people can make a difference in the Kingdom. I will be praying for you and your ministry.
 
 
 

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