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    African Proverb Ugliness with a good character is better than beauty. African Proverb The laughter of a child lights up the house. African Proverb Sticks in a bundle are unbreakable. African Proverb He who learns, teaches. African Proverb Patience is the mother of a beautiful child. African Proverb He who refuses to obey cannot command. African.
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    The Africana Worship Book (Year A) The collected works found in this resource, which are based on Year A the Revised Common Lectionary, include profound and grace-filled liturgies for prayers, calls to worship and giving, choral readings and creedal statements — all written by 16 African-American contributors to represent the rich worship.
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    Oct 25,  · The African American Lectionary provides a yearly cycle of biblical readings and commentaries, cultural materials and worship resources to enhance the preaching and liturgical life of African American churches. In less than four years, more than four million people have visited the lectionary website, a compelling testimony to the importance of culturally-sensitive Author: Brad R. Braxton.
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    Oct 01,  · Worship is the lifeblood of the church. To Africana worshippers, God is very present in the service, and the response is heartfelt, jubilant and authentic. The Africana Worship Book uncovers the ""best-of"" from the African-American church as well as from the Caribbean, American and African voselmeyvermadulwaitheobosirinont.coinfos: 7.
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    urbanisation and Westernisation of African culture (Coertze ). Interestingly enough, some African scholars themselves advocated the reinstatement of ancestor worship while others attempted to establish a form of Africanised Christianity by refer-ring to Christ as the Supreme Ancestor in their churches.
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