D.A. Horton

Pastor, author, teacher, artist D.A. Horton spends some time with Ed Stetzer sharing his story, highlighting the key messages from his G.O.S.P.E.L., book and discussing how to contextualize the Gospel to urban culture.

D.A. (a.k.a. hip-hop artist Azriel) ends the show with a brief spoken word performance.

Related Resources

dna-hortonDNA: Foundations of the Faith is written with the urban reader in mind. Through the use of familiar concepts and illustrations, D.A. Horton offers an invitation to dig into the Scriptures and learn foundational truths that believers in Christ need to know as they live on mission in our world today.

Written in a workbook style, readers will explore key scriptures and record all that is discovered as each person is equipped to live out the truths they learn.

G.O.S.P.E.L. gospel

The fusion of Christian community and the hip-hop culture is very real, very significant, and-sadly-very incomplete. While Christian themes and concepts are prevalent among the listeners to Christian hip hop, it often comes with little theological depth beyond a 3-minute rhyme. They lyrics are meaningful, but that meaning escapes the majority of its audience. To fill this critical gap of understanding Pastor D. A. Horton (aka hip hop artist Azriel) has written G.O.S.P.E.L. in the language of hip hop with the crystal-clear power of Scripture. It’s a sound, compelling presentation of the life-changing truth many professing believers fail to grasp: the gospel. Undiluted. Unmistakable.

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