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Sundays at 11:00 am and 6:00 pm

Sunday Morning Prayer at 10 am

Sunday Service

11:00 am & 6:00 pm

Sunday Morning Prayer

10:00 am

Church Address

822 W. Linebaugh Ave 

Tampa, FL 33612

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Pastoral reflections for the purpose of the strengthening and mobilization of God's people for the Lord's gospel cause in the world.

 

A Biblical Theology of Justice

"A Biblical Theology of Justice" by Pastor Darryl Williamson at The Just Gospel Conference in Atlanta, GA....

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Our Mission

Darryl Williamson invites you worship at Living Faith Bible Fellowship in Tampa, Fl. - livingbyfaith.us/ We believe God has given us the mission “to guide people to Christ so they will know him and be changed into his likeness.” To see this mission realized, our focus is to “engage.” It is important not just to attend a church but also to be a part of it. Living F...

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How Can Blacks and Whites Stand Together on Racial Injustice?

How Can Blacks and Whites Stand Together on Racial Injustice?...

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Why Join a Church

In our flighty and noncommittal age, neither non-Christians nor Christians are naturally inclined to find a place to put down roots and make longstanding, objective commitments for the good of others. We want to keep our options open and, above all, preserve our own freedom of choice, rather than make a covenant for the long haul and embrace a framework for real life in al...

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The Urban Racial Reconciler

There I met with Darryl Williamson, an African-American pastor at Living Faith Bible Fellowship. Instead of settling for the usual homogeneity in the pews, Williamson passionately pursues gospel-saturated racial reconciliation in an urban setting. This passion is reflected in the makeup of Living Faith’s congregation: What once was a historic black church is now a multi-...

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The Post-Ferguson Discussion Must Pivot From Concerns of Injustice to a Focus on Empowermen

In his excellent and scholarly review of the work of Frantz Fanon, Somali psychologist Hussein Bulhan makes a compelling case that emotive identity-based interpretations of systemic injustices must move beyond explanations and into the realm of directed and sustained action. That’s where I am and I believe even now the post-Ferguson discussion must transition away f...

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Thoughts on Jaco

Coming into this season of my life where I knew I would be leading people both spiritually and musically was tough for a lot of reasons. For starters, I really didn't consider myself a musician and I still have trouble with embracing that title. I wasn't really sure if I had enough passion for the music part of this ministry. But God (Emphasis), saw through my frailty/ unb...

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Luthers ninety-five theses: What you may not know and why they matter today

If people know only one thing about the Protestant Reformation, it is the famous event on October 31, 1517, when the Ninety-five Theses of Martin Luther (1483-1586) were nailed on the door of the Castle Church of Wittenberg in protest against the Roman Catholic Church. Within a few years of this event, the church had splintered into not just the “church’s camp...

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Becoming a Transformational Church

The Lord intends for each of us to grow in Christ and our church should be the primary instrument in God's hand to make us more like Jesus. This post outlines six essential elements for our church to become a transformational church....

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Why Preach a Series or Preach a Whole Book?

Why do our pastors preach expositional series through books of the Bible? This article explains that this approach to preaching is not only helpful but really best aligns with what the Lord is actually saying in a text....

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