Greetings from the Moses Missionary Baptist Church of Augusta, GA. This website has been especially created to introduce you to our flourishing ministry and to help you better understand the purpose of our existence. Our vision is to Transform All Generations Through the Word of God; our mission is to Evangelize the lost, Educate the believer, Equip the saints, Empower our community, and Edify the body of Christ; and, our goal is to Produce Ambassadors for Christ. We have a dynamic worship experience for all generations and invite you to join us at any of our services on Sunday mornings or during the week. A thriving and rapidly growing ministry, our membership has quadrupled in the last few years as a result of God's favor on our church and the faithfulness of our members to God's Word. However, because of our hospitality and various ministry activities, we have managed to foster a family-oriented spirit that ensures the cooperation, participation, and appreciation of all of our members. Your visitation of this site was by divine design and we would like to encourage you by sharing a phrase that is the pulse of our ministry – "Watch God Work!"
Rev. Dr. Corey D. Brown's new book Black Fathers - The Living Dead is available now!
Every person in the African-American community has been affected in some form or another by the spiraling epidemic of an absentee father. A countless number of women are left with the dreaded burden of raising children in a single-parent home while those same children are questioning the presence of their absentee father. Without any cognitive resolve, those who experienced fatherly absenteeism often imagine the circumstances that drove division in the parental commitment while those same fathers may question their behavior of absenteeism with no concrete explanation for their weakened mentality and reckless abandonment. In Black Fathers - The Living Dead, Dr. Corey D. Brown unfolds the root cause of absenteeism in the African-American community. Writing from the pains of a very real personal experience as a child affected by absenteeism, Dr. Brown recalls the insurmountable memories of unanswered questions and the unsettled feeling of being left alone and abandoned by his father. Additionally, Dr. Brown masterfully connects the identity crisis that many children sense when their father is unproductive and absent in their lives. Consequently, these children, particularly males, grow up to be adults haunted by their painful past with a strong probability, intentional and unintentional, to be repeat and perpetual failures of fatherhood. Dr. Brown takes his readers on a journey, personally and professionally, addressing where this epidemic started, why the residual affects remain, and practical tools to help alleviate a nationwide crisis of absenteeism in the African-American community.
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