Obituaries

Educating African-American clergy was one of the primary concerns of the founders of Howard University that passed away on October 1, 2019. Although Howard has provided stellar theological education for clergy and laypersons since its founding in 1867, it has not developed a Ph.D. program in religious studies. Such a doctoral program was the first of its kind at a historically Black theological school. It was the crown jewel of the life and legacy of Dr. Cain Hope Felder.

by eCommunicator Born: June 9, 1943 in Aiken, South Carolina, U.S. Died: October 1, 2019 at the age of 76 in Mobile, Alabama, U.S. Religion: Christianity (Methodist) Church: United Methodist Church, African Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. Dr. Cain Hope Felder, a prominent biblical scholar who was the former dean for […]

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Pastor James Buhari

Pastor James Buhari

by Emily Rixon | Apart from monetary support, James’ wife, son, family, and friends could also use your prayers in this great time of

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Dr. Samuel Onyejindu Oleka

 Home going of Dr. Samuel Onyejindu Oleka

Dr. Samuel Onyejindu Oleka, 66, husband of Amaka Rhoda Oleka, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016.  He was born in Isuikwuato, Nigeria, to the late Joseph Oleka and Jenny Mbaeri Oleka on June 6, 1949.  He was a member of Memorial Baptist Church.  Dr. Oleka was an ECWA trained and […]

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