Rock The City

Pastor Mike McClure Jr. & “THE ROCK” Church “Rock the City” pt 1 from Pastor Mike McClure Jr. on Vimeo.

As a church consultant I get the opportunity to work with churches of all types and see all types of strategies of sharing the gospel. I love to see Pastors and Churches do creative things to specifically reach their community, as every community has their unique set of challenges. This short film was a response to the violence, job layoffs, and all the drama the city of Birmingham, Alabama has endured over the past year.

Twenty-eight year old Pastor Mike Mcclure Jr., reaches back and draws inspiration from “Malcolm X & Dr. King” to inspire all of Birmingham to get involved and make a difference.

Share your thought on this video and share other creative things that you have seen Pastors and Churches do specifically geared to the unique challenges of their community,

  • Thanks for sharing this short. I live in Birmingham and while it is a beautiful place to live we continue to have serious social and political issue. While much has changed over the past 50 years we have a long long way to go.

  • Kendall Lyons

    Being as young as I am and learning various ways to approach and reach out to people with the Gospel creatively and accurately, I am careful to listen and observe those who have gone before me. This is very helpful for me and insightful. I can’t afford to shoot my mouth off as if I know what I’m talking about without getting ALL the details and understanding of both sides. At the same time, I struggle with trying to understand and figure out where and how the church responds to social injustice and how to convince and encourage an already very charged up, and maybe, upset crowd of people to find Christ-centered approaches to the woes of our political and social issues.

  • Dr. King” to inspire all of Birmingham to get involved and make a difference.

  • I love to see Pastors and Churches do creative things to specifically reach their community.

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