CONYERS, Ga. (BP) -- If Eric Suddith would have looked at Emmanuel Baptist Mission Church as only a business proposition in 2004 when he first encountered it, the Wharton-trained businessman-turned-pastor might have given it up for dead. Just over a decade old at the time, the church had dwindled to eight members. It had no plan to move forward and impact its community.
But Suddith knew that Emmanuel wasn't a business proposition. It was a spiritual one. Read More