Aug. 31st: Mable Scott Discusses FAITH OVER FEAR at Barnes & Noble-Friendly Center

(Greensboro, NC) – Barnes & Noble Bookstore in Friendly Center will host an Author Discussion/Author Signing for Dr. Mable Springfield Scott’s inspirational book, “FAITH OVER FEAR! (Bishop Charles Harrison Mason & the Church of God in Christ).” The 7 p.m., Thursday event, Aug. 31st, is open to the public to participate, at 3102 Northline Ave., Greensboro, NC, 27408.

Scott will share highlights of her book, “FAITH OVER FEAR! (Bishop Charles Harrison Mason & the Church of God in Christ).” Born to ex-slaves after the Emancipation Proclamation, in the segregated, rural South, Mason’s life-line was God and The Holy Bible.  His mother’s Slave Religion preserved him through crises, hardships, persecutions, and pains.  His trials became triumphs as his faith navigated him through unbearable storms.  Modeling Biblical heroes molded Mason and his followers into strong disciples with scriptural principles and disciplined lifestyles. Armed with the Holy Ghost for direction, this meager army of marginalized saints emerged into one of America’s most successful and sustainable denominations, still expanding today.  Mason’s legacy illustrates the true strength of God’s ability to use ordinary people to perform the extraordinary.

Scott’s book proceeds benefit community outreach projects by AMEN Communications Inc., a religious, 501.c.3 non-profit.  For details about the Aug. 31st event on the Barnes & Noble website:

For more info:  contact Scott at 336.601.0228 or


An evangelist missionary, Mable Springfield Scott is a Sunday School teacher, greeter, and public relations chair for Wells Memorial Church of God in Christ (COGIC) in Greensboro.  She serves as Public Relations Director for COGIC Greater North Carolina Jurisdiction’s Women’s Dept., and is a member of COGIC Scholars Fellowship, and the Society for Pentecostal Studies.  Known as Able Mable, Princess of Poetry & Praise, she co-hosts with husband Brother Paul, Your Sunday Morning Praise Party, on 90.1 WNAA-FM and

Scott’s undergraduate degree is from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville; and a master’s and Ph.D. from North Carolina A&T State University. She received the Outstanding Graduate Award in 2016 from the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Government Administration Course.  She was featured in the book and calendar editions of Crowns: Portraits of Black Women in Church Hats.

Born in Memphis, she worked in radio; then upon moving to North Carolina, expanded to television, public schools, and higher education.  She is Public Information Officer with Rockingham County Government; and is active with Eden Rotary Club and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

She has been married over 36 years with two adult sons, Paul and Joshua.



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