ERLC Podcast Episode

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The shots that rang out 50 years ago in Memphis, Tenn., and killed Martin Luther King Jr. are unforgettable. They are also a marker in our nation’s evil past. But how has Memphis, specifically, been affected since that day? Cole Huffman, Steve Gaines, Eli Morris, Bishop Ed Stephens, and J. Lawrence Turner—all serving in Memphis—talk about how their city is doing 50 years after King’s death. 

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Cole Huffman

Cole Huffman and his wife Lynn have five children: Marshall, Helen, Holly, Caley Kate and Colson. Cole is a graduate of the University of North Alabama, his theological training was at Dallas Theological Seminary (ThM, 1995) and Beeson Divinity School... Read More

Steve Gaines

Steve Gaines serves as the Senior Pastor at Bellevue Baptist Church, Memphis, Tennessee and the president of the Southern Baptist Convention. He has served in four churches as senior pastor over the past 30 years. He holds a Ph.D. in... Read More

Eli Morris

Dr. Eli Morris received his Master of Divinity with honors from Memphis Theological Seminary and his Doctor of Ministry from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. Eli is Senior Associate Pastor at Hope Church in Memphis, Tennessee. His concern for... Read More

Bishop Ed Stephens

As senior pastor of Golden Gate Cathedral and CEO of Golden Gate Development Corporation Bishop oversees the efforts to transform our community with Christ. He has spent the past 30 years sharing the gospel around the globe and is passionate... Read More

J. Lawrence Turner

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