State Of the Black Family Summit, Friday September 9, 2011 Greater Grace Temple Detroit, MI


Bishop Charles Ellis, III and Greater Grace Temple to host the State of The Black Family Summit this Friday in Detroit, MI. Free Admission to all of the Evening Sessions. Those sessions will begin at 5pm. Panel to include Bishop Rudolph McKissick, Jr., Dr. John Newman, Bishop, Darryl Brister, Bishop Liston Page, Dr. Janet Floyd, Bishop Derek Triplett, Bishop George Bloomer, Dr. Belinda Scott, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Rev. Al Sharpton, Judge Craig Mathis, Pastor Jamal Bryant and more.
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  1. mildred harrison

    I dont understand why you people let Greg Mathis be a host at the forum the other night? A

    1. RiverAngel42

      Who better than a Judge to serve as a moderator might have been their thought process. What didn’t you like about him? Be Blessed

  2. mildred harrison

    I dont understand why u let greg mathis host the other night he did ahorrible job he also said things about benny hinn that wasnt nice he really shows his bias next time get some people with different mindsets Jamal was the only one making sense.Apparently he doesnt believe in FAITH.

  3. mildred harrison

    Because his views are not right for that forum. His political views that .Thank you an God Bless you too. Im through Thank You enough said

    1. RiverAngel42

      Thank you also for going further into your point of view. I’m sure you aren’t the only one who feels that way. Just as there are probably peoples opinions who differ. At least you were able to get something out of what Pastor Bryant had to say.

  4. francheska coleman

    The summit was very informative, i believe that everyone involved really cares about the future generations. Personal responsiblity is a first, we do need to be involved more as the body of CHRIST, everyone sitaution differs, not making excuses but thanking Jesus that people in Christ are trying to make a difference, 2 Timothy 2:15 Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth.

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