The Black Community is a Christian, faith based blog and marketplace that has been created for all Christian people to rally around and provide their support to Christians who are the descendants of African American slaves and other black people who were targeted by unjust laws. We believe in the Bible (see Our Foundation page) and we surrender our lives, our families, our desires, our thoughts, our country and everything else (ALL) to Jesus (Matthew 16:25). We ask that all Christians support black people by using their products, services, labor and ideas through this blog so that black people are able to profit so they can support their own families, without the help of the government.
Jesus is the Head, We Are the Body
We live in complete fellowship with ALL Christians (Hebrews 13:1). We do not separate ourselves by denomination and our organization does not identify ourselves by any denomination (1 Corinthians 1:10, Ephesians 4:3 – 6). We embrace all denominations who accept Jesus as their savior and fully surrender their will to God as brothers and sisters in Jesus (Hebrews 13:1). This is not just about talking the talk, it is also about walking in the way of righteousness. The light has no fellowship with darkness .
We do not condemn anyone (modern day capital punishment, Biblical day judging) but we do discern (modern day “judging”) what is good and evil and we do correct each other in love (Ephesians 4:15). We speak out against all evil because when we don’t, and the evil die in their sin and God holds us accountable for the destruction of those people who do evil because when we don’t speak out against them (Ezekiel 33:8).
We are all Christians and we serve each other in love (Galatians 5:13). We believe that being Christian does not only happen when we go to Church but that being Christian happens every single day of our lives through our thoughts, words and actions (John 15:4). We witness to ALL human beings with the hope that they, too, find salvation in Jesus and surrender their lives completely to Jesus (Acts 1:8).
Black Christians Are Under Attack
After slavery, black people have mainly just wanted to move on with their lives, live in peace and harmony with their neighbors and not be made the subject of slavery and racism. Black people are under the enemy’s attack and have been under attack for many years. The problem is that black people are currently being subjected to organized, covert attacks by people who seek to keep us bound in various forms of slavery now (2012) as well as in the past. These attacks are ongoing and they must be stopped.
God has revealed to us that there are and there were people who targeted and who continue to target the black community through secularism, satanism, various forms of slavery, overt and covert murder by disguising themselves as friends and helpers but they are really atheists who want to kill us (2 Corinthians 6:14). We recognize that it is our responsibility to ensure that our people do not comply with or stand idly by and watch as our people are diminished until there is none of us left (Luke 22:32, Isiah 53:12, Luke 23:34).We actively thwart the atheist people living and dead whose desire is to kill us off and we do this by simply putting on the full armor of God and by living our life by the Spirit (Ephesians 6:10 – 14).
No Weapons Formed Against Us Shall Prosper
God created the earth and everything in it (Genesis 1:1 – 25). God made every human being in His own image (Genesis 1:26 – 30). God commanded us to be fruitful and multiply (Genesis 1:28). God will not be mocked (Galatians 6:7 – 8). God made people of all races and colors, even though the Bible does not tell us exactly how God did this. Black people are necessary and valuable to God and God is with us just as He was with the Israelite’s (Isiah 43:2) because when we accepted Jesus as our savior, we were adopted into the family and made co-heirs to God’s kingdom (Ephesians 1:4 – 14, Romans 8:17). Every other race of Christian people are God’s children also, if they choose to accept His gift of salvation through Jesus.
We come against the evil one in spirit and in truth and we fight every day, in Jesus name (Ephesians 6:10 – 12).
Our mission is to restore the black community spiritually (what we can’t see) and physically (what we can see).