Before being elected to the episcopacy in 2000, James R. King, Jr. served as a pastor in Alabama, California, and Tennessee, and as a District Superintendent in the Tennessee Conference.
Prior to being assigned last year to South Georgia, Bishop King served for eight years as the leader of the Kentucky Annual Conference.
Bishop James King blogs and posts photos at BishopKing.com.
This sermon on this week’s podcast was preached at the January 2001 Convocation for Pastors of African-American Churches held in Dallas, Texas — an event sponsored by the United Methodist General Board of Discipleship.
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|•||A profile of Bishop James King|
|•||Bishop James King: ‘We are returning to God’|
|•||Bishop King celebrates first anniversary as episcopal leader in South Georgia | South Georgia Advocate (Sept. 14, 2009)|
|•||Bishop King to lead General Commission on United Methodist Men | United Methodist News Service (August 2008)|
|•||At Convocation for Pastors of African-American Churches, clergy focus on rekindling passion for ministry | United Methodist News Service (Jan. 18, 2001)|