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Black Light Fellowship Offers More Than Just your Typical Christian Platform

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“The Black Light Fellowship” ( is more than just your typical Christian platform. Headed by Gospelizer, Rev. Dr. Walter Arthur McCray, it is on a mission for good, meaningful things but above all, it allows Black folks to practice their Christian identity and liberty.

Established in 1979, the fellowship has been running its Christian service for over 40 years now. Its leaders, married couple, Rev. Dr. Walter A. McCray & Rev. Dr. Thelma L. McCray worked together along those years, publishing a biblically-based Black Christian books. Making use of the internet, they put up their own website, which one can freely explore.

Mainly, the site features a shop that serves as a platform for Black Christian authors who write about culturally and socially relevant topics, waiting to be discovered. Rev. Dr. Walter A. McCray himself has his personal works displayed there; not just his books but his blogs, too! Anyone can access his excellent blogs for free, where he speaks of Christianity, ethnic dynamics, and others. One can also access his insightful videos that feeds both the spirit and the mind.

The “Black Light” ministry also welcomes gifts and donations, which will benefit the people whom they extend help from time to time such as inmates, or those included in their ‘gospelizing’ outreach programs. As a beacon of Christ, “The Black Light Fellowship” always has their pure hearts up for a good cause, and all is evident in their website.

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About the Author
A native Chicagoan, Rev. Dr. McCray is a seasoned minister of the Gospel who has pursued his vocation for over five decades. He is a Gospelizer, “a Good News messenger” of Jesus Christ. Since receiving his call in 1969, the Lord has used him to elevate the saints, to heal and serve the poor and oppressed, and to return the lost to Christ’s salvation.

Consequently, his mission is to glorify God in the Name of Christ by being Black and of Christ. To that end, preaching the Gospel to the poor, strengthening bonds within the Church community, and teaching the Bible from an Afrocentric viewpoint are his specific areas of emphasis.

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