Leaving the hospital three months [after an accident]...he soon walked on crutches down the aisle of Greater Mt. Carmel and committed himself to the Lord.
"I immediately started a street ministry because ... I was so shocked by my relationship with Christ, I wanted everybody in my neighborhood, all my partners ... to know the God that I knew," Luter said. "So every Saturday at 12 noon I'd be preaching on different streets of the Lower Ninth Ward and sharing Christ. And that's how, as they say, that's how it all began."
The first African American president of the Southern Baptist Convention is amazed at how God has blessed his ministry, opening doors previously closed to those from Luter's side of town.
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Posted June 20, 2012 at 6:00 am
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