Pastor Kelvin Calloway

Let The Trumpets Sound – The Murder of George Floyd

Scripture: Revelations 8:1-13 Stephen B. Oates is a former professor of history at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA and an award-winning author. He wrote several biographies of Americans profoundly affected by the moral paradox of slavery and racial oppression in a land based on the ideals of the Declaration of Independence. He is the author of “With Malice Toward None: The Life of Abraham Lincoln,” “To Purge This Land with Blood: A Biography of John Brown,” and “The Fire of Jubilee: Nat Turner’s Fierce Rebellion.” His fourth biography is entitled, “Let The Trumpet Sound: The Life of Martin Luther

AME Lenten Caravan Donates to Nonprofits

Eight AME churches recently united to present the Community Lenten Caravan (CLC), a series of services held in L.A. and Pasadena leading up to Resurrection Sunday. The goals were spiritual renewal for believers and raising funds to assist two local nonprofits. School on Wheels of Los Angeles and Alkebulan Cultural Center of Pasadena received all of the proceeds from the CLC services. Above, the nonprofit representatives (center) pose with CLC Pastors (from left) Dwaine Jackson, Darryl Walker, Benjamin Hollins, Kelvin Calloway, John Cager III, Carolyn Baskin-Bell, T.C. Johnson, Mary S. Minor and Larry Campbell. (Jacquelyn Calloway photo)