During more than four decades in ministry to leaders, Bishop Wellington Boone has emphasized the truth of the Word and the power of unity. That includes breaking through the barriers we have with God, our spouses and families, our churches, and Black and White races in America.
At a Promise Keepers meeting in Indianapolis in 1995 before 70,000 men, Bishop Boone crossed denominational lines when he said, “What was the manifestation of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost? It was the unity of believers. We have to question whether the Holy Spirit is with us if there is division.”
Coach Bill McCartney, the Hall-of-Fame football coach who co-founded that Christian men’s organization, said of Bishop Boone’s book Breaking Through, “I am in the game with Wellington Boone to bring this generation to Jesus. This book will fill you with vision and courageous insights that take your faith to the next level.”
Robert Liparulo, New Man
“Breaking Through is a must-read for anyone striving to be in right relationship with God and neighbor.”
Charles Wilson in Baptist Life
“Charles Wilson, vice president of the BSSB trade publishing group, said Breaking Through is the most significant book B&H will have published since its formation in 1992. He said he hopes the book will ‘bring healing and reconciliation, not only between races, but within the evangelical community.” Note that Broadman and Holman is a Southern Baptist publishing company. They published this book as an act of reconciliation following the momentous repentance by that denomination for 150 years of racism.
Coach Bill McCartney, co-founder of Promise Keepers
“Christian men and women of all races must rally around the Truth. God’s honor is at stake. He has raised up Wellington Boone for such a time as this. . . . His message crosses all racial and cultural barriers. He brings people together for reconciliation and restoration to unity in Christ. . . . I am always fascinated as I observe how his mind focuses on the piercing truths of God with remarkable consistency.”