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John H. Adams, Jr.

About the Author

Rev. John H. Adams, Jr., was born in Ocala, Marion County, Florida.  He completed primary education in Fessenden Academy, Martin, Florida and high school at Campbell Street, Daytona Beach, Florida.  Rev. Adams is a graduate of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia where he received a B.A. Degree and Gammon Theological Seminary, Atlanta, Georgia where he earned his M. Div. Degree. He has done advanced studies at the Evangelical Seminary in Naperville, Illinois.  He has served as instructor of English in the Public School system in Florida and Georgia prior to entering the Pastoral Ministry.  In addition, he has held pastorates in the Florida Annual Conference and the Northern Illinois Annual Conference (Chicago) of the United Methodist Church.  Presently, Rev. Adams is serving in the Florida United Methodist Annual Conference, Tyer Temple United Methodist Church.  He is a political activist and embraces the Liberation Theology with the view that there is only one race, the human race.  To this end, his life has been devoted to the liberation of all of God's people.  He has lecturred at many Black College campuses and high schools. He is a life long member of the NAACP and many civic groups and organizations.  He was quite active in the Civil Rights struggle in the sixties, and still is committed even now to his people's struggle. 

Nya Kwiawon Taryor, Jr.,  (P.K.)
Learning to preach at age 4. His father, mother, and grandfather are all preachers. It is kids like these who will continue to make the Black Pulpit Revolution a reality.

"...And  a little child shall lead them."
Isa. 11:6.
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