“How do we theologically deal with the pink elephant in the room?”-Brian Foulks
Brian Foulks is a pastor, church planter, an urban missionary, and a motivational speaker. He is known for invading the culture with the truth of the scripture. He is a cultural hybrid who connects the seminary with the community and speaks for the marginalized who are trapped in the clutches of poverty and racism. He has a B.S. in Recreational Therapy from Benedict College . He also has a Master of Art in Theological Studies with emphasis in church planting. He has also earned Master of Religion and Master of Sacred Theology at Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary of Lenoir-Rhyne University. His thesis was a perspective of how black rage impacts how God is viewed in the black community. He is currently a Ph.D. student at Chicago Theological Seminary. He also blogs at Rhetoric Race and Religion ,Think Theology and Love Sees Color.
He is married to Vanessa Singleton Foulks.
You can follow him on twitter @brianfoulks.
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