Sermons given by African American pastors are available in abundance online, with sermons by Reverends T.D. Jakes, Raphael Warnock, Arthur Price, Joseph Walker III, and Dr. Tony Evans among the most popular. YouTube.com and church websites are good places to find sermons from specific people.
To listen to sermons delivered by African-American preachers, interested parties visit websites such as TonyEvans.org or TDJakes.org. Both of these websites offer video or audio of recent sermons that visitors can listen to anytime. Searching for sermons on YouTube.com by typing "African American sermons" into the search bar is another option.
For people interested in sermons related to black history, SermonCentral.com is a good choice. Visitors click on Sermons on the home page, and enter "black history" into the search bar that pops up. Many of these sermons originate from Black History month.
YouTube.com also streams historic black sermons given by Martin Luther King, Jr. Visitors may also enter search words for specific preachers or sermon titles they may wish to listen to into the YouTube.com search box. Entering the name of a sermon of interest or a specific minister into the search box often pulls up multiple options for other sermons by the same person available for streaming.