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The Rev. Dr. Damon P. Williams The Rev. Dr. Damon P. Williams, who participates in Day1's Young Leaders of the Church Series, is a student at Columbia Theological Seminary and associate minister at Zion Hill Baptist Church in Atlanta.

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The Rev. Dr. Damon P. Williams is a second-year master of divinity student at Columbia Theological Seminary and a 2010 FTE Ministry Fellow. Earlier he served as an associate minister at the Second Baptist Church of Ann Arbor, Mich. He earned a B.S. in industrial engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and an M.S. and Ph.D. in industrial engineering from the University of Michigan. Currently he is an associate minister at Zion Hill Baptist Church in Atlanta, and after graduating from seminary hopes to work in Christian education.


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Rev. Dr. Damon Williams - Young Leaders of the Church Series

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Young Leaders of the Church is a series designed to highlight the young talent that graces our churches today, and the power that they lend our faith institutions for reaching the next generation. Damon Williams joins us this week in a short statement about what the church is in this day and age.
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The Rev. Dr. Damon Williams: What the Church Needs

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As part of Day1's Young Leaders of the Church Series, the Rev. Dr. Damon P. Williams offers this commentary on the future of the church:

Personally, I define 'the church' not as a building but rather as a people who share a common faith in Jesus Christ. And so the church matters deeply to me for several reasons. First, the body of believers has a mission from God to help all people identify their purpose and answer that proverbial question of 'What on earth am I here for?' And this is important, because after a life filled with academic pursuits, professional pursuits, and personal pursuits, many of us are left unfulfilled truly seeking purpose. So I think the church has a calling to aid in that pursuit of purpose for all people. And, secondly, the church matters because we have been called by God to replicate God's love to all throughout the world. And in a world with so much darkness, cruelty, and war, a little light from God's love, shown by God's church, is not only much welcomed, but also much needed.

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