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by Edward Gilbreath,Howard O. Jones

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Author:
Edward Gilbreath,Howard O. Jones
ISBN13:
978-0802450067
ISBN:
0802450067
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Publisher:
Moody Publishers (May 1, 2003)
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Subcategory:
Ethnic & National
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1847 kb
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1373 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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237

It tells the life story of Howard O. Jones, who has been described as the "Jackie Robinson of evangelism.

He serves as a worship leader at Forest Park Baptist Church, and lives near Chicago with his wife, Dana, and their two children. It tells the life story of Howard O. The book is incredibly well-written, and the anecdotes and stories reveal the real face of America - warts and all - during the 1930's through 1960's, before civil rights were given to African Americans. I highly recommend this book.

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Jones, Howard O; Gilbreath, Edward. The start of me - All that jazz - Wanda - Strong prayers and naysayers - Go east, young man - Ready, set, grow - Free at last - "Reverend Jones" - Bigger things - Welcome to Africa - The letter - New York, New York - Adventures with Billy -. - Breaking down more barriers - Family matters - Losing Wanda - Go ye therefore.

Gospel Trailblazer : An Autobiography of Howard O. Jones. by Edward Gilbreath and Howard O. I was really encouaged and challenged by Gospel Trailblazer.

When Howard Jones arrived in New York City in 1957, he helped to make . Excerpt from Gospel Trailblazer: An African-American Preacher’s Historic Journey Across Racial Lines by Howard O. Jones, with Edward Gilbreath.

When Howard Jones arrived in New York City in 1957, he helped to make Billy Graham's Madison Square Garden Crusade more racially inclusive. Jones organized rallies in Harlem and Brooklyn that reached out to New York's black community. Published by Moody Publishers, Chicago.

Edward Gilbreath: There’s a multitude of books about King and the civil rights movement, but I felt compelled to tell the story from the perspective of an African American evangelical who was born a year after Dr. King’s death.

The Jones Sisters Trio were an American gospel recording act from Cleveland, Ohio that recorded five albums . Jones, Howard O. (2003). Gospel Trailblazer: An African-American Preacher's Historic Journey Across Racial Lines.

The Jones Sisters Trio were an American gospel recording act from Cleveland, Ohio that recorded five albums during the 1960s and 1970s  . p. 104. ^ a b Jones, Wanda (1988). Living in Two Worlds: The Wanda Jones Story.

Dr. Howard O. Jones became Dr. Graham's first African-American colleague. Yes, my husband wrote that.

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Billy Graham made a dramatic decision to go against the grain of the segregationist era in the church: he opened his ministry to people of all races. Dr. Howard O. Jones became Dr. Graham's first African-American colleague, thereby helping him integrate and broaden his ministry. Readers from all backgrounds will be inspired, informed, and challenged as they read Gospel Trailblazer. Even if Dr. Jones isn't a familiar name, this book will help readers more fully appreciate the triumphs and failures of the 20th Century evangelistic movement.
  • I was really encouaged and challenged by Gospel Trailblazer. It tells the life story of Howard O. Jones, who has been described as the "Jackie Robinson of evangelism." The book is incredibly well-written, and the anecdotes and stories reveal the real face of America -- warts and all -- during the 1930's through 1960's, before civil rights were given to African Americans. I highly recommend this book.

  • This book is an amazing illustration of what God can do with a man who decides to serve Him.. Very inspirational. Would recommend it 100%.