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Antipas L. Harris, D.Min. (Boston University), S.T.M. (Yale University Divinity School), M.Div. (Emory University), was appointed as the founding dean of the Urban Renewal Center in Norfolk, Virginia in the Spring of 2017. He is the Criminal Justice System Director for the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC), president of the Global Institute for Empowerment & Leadership Development, known as GIELD, and he serves as the Director of TheUrbanCircle.Net, a relational network of urban ministries and churches. He has additional experience as an educator, academic lecturer, itinerant preacher, pastor, youth director, motivational speaker, and Christian musician. He is the author of Holy Spirit, Holy Living: A Practical Theology of Holiness for Twenty-first Century Churches (Wipf & Stock, 2013) and Unstoppable Success: 7 Ways to Flourish in Your Boundless Potential (High Bridge Books, 2014). AntipasHarris.com | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Symposium on the Holy Spirit and Theological Education 2019

Symposium on the Holy Spirit and Theological Education 2019

When: Thursday, October 24 through Friday, October 25 Where: Place Ballroom, Potter’s House of Dallas   I would like to invite you to the “Symposium on the Holy Spirit and Theological Education” at Jakes Divinity School in Dallas, TX. The symposium will be held at the Potter’s House of Dallas in the PLACE Ballroom, Thursday – Friday, […]

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A Solemn Reflection on Massacre at L'Simcha Congregation in Pittsburgh

A Solemn Reflection on Massacre at L’Simcha Congregation in Pittsburgh

“There is a time for everything… a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance …” Ecclesiastes 3:1-4   The day after the gruesome massacre at L’Simcha (Tree of Life) Synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA, we lament the loss of 11 precious lives who died and the […]

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Dr. Antipas launches new television show on TBN Salsa

Dr. Antipas launches new television show on TBN Salsa

Antipas Harris launches a new television show on TBC Salsa beginning September 3, 2018. “Rise to the Call” has biblical teaching, relevant conversations, and community engagement. For more information and to watch shows that have aired, see the Dr. Antipas L. Harris Public Page on Facebook.  

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Keep Advancing the Dream

Keep Advancing the Dream

Today is an important day in history. August 28th, 1963, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” Speech on the on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. during the “March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.” We’ve come a long way since then; and, we […]

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Transforming Communities with the Clergy Patrol

Transforming Communities with the Clergy Patrol

Antipas Harris introduces the Norfolk Police Department Clergy Patrol. Watch the story that was featured on national television. Norfolk pastors and the Norfolk Police Department discussed the Clergy Patrol on the 700 Club (CBN), Monday morning, Feb 12, at 9am EST. Learn how pastors and clergy work together to engage Norfolk, Virginia residents.  

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International Pastors and Leadership Conference 2018

International Pastors and Leadership Conference 2018

Join me in Dallas for the International Pastors & Leadership Conference April 17-21, 2018     When: April 17-21, 2018 Where: Dallas, Texas (see event website for accommodations and more details) Is your effort aligned with your level of effectiveness in your business? As a leader, have you considered WHY you’re doing what you’re doing? Join […]

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Spending time with one of NASA’s “Hidden Figures”

Spending time with one of NASA’s “Hidden Figures”

I was honored to be this year’s guest speaker for the Presbytery of Eastern Virginia’s MLK Day Service. In the picture with Micah and me is Dr. Christine Darden, one of NASA’s hidden figures from the book entitled Hidden Figures. Dr. Darden attended the MLK Day Service. Dr. Darden is featured in the History Makers archives. As the archives report: She received […]

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All In: Following Jesus

All In: Following Jesus

Yesterday, November 26, was Christ the King Sunday on the Liturgical Calendar. I preached a message entitled “All In,” taken from Luke 9:57–62. In the Gospel text, Jesus is on his way to Jerusalem to be crucified. A man, not knowing why Jesus is heading to Jerusalem, meets Jesus on the road and offers to […]

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How Can Christians and Muslims Relate?

How Can Christians and Muslims Relate?

I was blessed to participate in “A Consultation on Christianity and Muslim Relations” that was convened at Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan from August 24-26. The meeting consisted of outstanding conversations among pastors, missionaries, seminary presidents, deans, professors and seminary students about godly ways to engage and to relate to Muslims. When we […]

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The Christian's Core Identity

The Christian’s Core Identity

Happy Monday! I hope you’re off to a great week. This week is a big week in my family. My mom’s birthday is today; So, Happy Birthday to my mama! I know… She has 8 children. But, each of us refers to her as “my mama.” (smile) I was inspired by the sermon that Jim Wood, […]

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Take the Brakes Off God

Take the Brakes Off God

Happy Monday! I hope you are off to a great week! Yesterday, I had the pleasure of preaching three services at the First Presbyterian Church of Norfolk. The message was about “Finding God in the Unexpected.” The passage of focus was Mark 6:52. Jesus had already fed the 5,000 men (not counting women and children) with a […]

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Celebrating Fathers in a Fatherless Society

Celebrating Fathers in a Fatherless Society

Happy Monday! Yesterday was Father’s Day. I am grateful for my father. He has always been fully present in my seven siblings’ and my life. We certainly credit his involvement, as well as mom’s participation for any good that we have experienced. Thank God for parents! Last week, the U.S. Department of Education convened a group of […]

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Exploring the African Seedbed in Biblical History, Christian Theology and Spirituality

Exploring the African Seedbed in Biblical History, Christian Theology and Spirituality

Dr. Antipas L. Harris (Twitter: @drantipas ) moderated the Global Think Tank on “Exploring the African Seedbed in Biblical History, Christian Theology and Spirituality” at the 2017 Bishop TD Jakes International Pastors and Leadership Conference. More than 8,000 people attended. The response to the Global Think Tank has been outstanding! People are very interested in […]

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Salt, Light, a City Set on a Hill

Salt, Light, a City Set on a Hill

In the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5), Jesus teaches that His followers are the “salt of the earth;” “the light of the world;” and “a city set on a hill.” For the past several months, I have pondered what Jesus means.   Salt of the earth When we season food with salt, the salt […]

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