WATCH: National Baptist Convention Pastor, A. Louis Patterson Jr., Goes Home to Be With the Lord

Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Patterson at the National Baptist Congress of Christian Education Tribute to Dr. Patterson, St. Louis, MO, June 19, 2013
Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Patterson at the National Baptist Congress of Christian Education
Tribute to Dr. Patterson, St. Louis, MO, June 19, 2013

Dr. Albert Louis Patterson, Jr., pastor of the Mount Corinth Missionary Baptist Church of Houston, TX was called home to glory today, April 9, 2014. More information and Homegoing Services details to follow.

About A. Louis Patterson, Jr.
[Taken from the Mount Corinth Missionary Baptist Church Website: http://www.mountcorinth.com/about/pastor_content.html ]

A. Louis Patterson, Jr. is recognized internationally as a leading expository preacher. He has been recognized three times by his peers as a “Living Legend” and has lectured to the Ministers’ Division of the National Baptist Congress of Christian Education of the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc…He was recognized in the November 1993 issue of Ebony Magazine…as one of America’s greatest Black preachers, and inducted into the Morehouse School of Religion’s Hall of Preachers…

Pastor Patterson has pastored churches in California and Texas, authored books, “Prerequisites for a Good Journey,” “Joy for the Journey,” and “Wisdom in Strange Places.”

Pastor Patterson has conducted revivals throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and the Caribbean.

Dr. A. Louis Patterson, Jr. Preaching About the Day the Lord Calls You Home

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SOURCE: National Baptist Convention

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