Category Archives: Black history month

Shall we overcome?

Shall we overcome? Don’t succumb to discouragement, self-destruction, and depression. Overcome through the reality of Christ’s love. “Deep in my heart, I do believe, we shall overcome someday!” The lost word of the Bible is a recovery word. It can … Continue reading

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Why America needs to say, “Black Lives Matter”

Why America Needs To Say “Black Lives Matter” In its early years America said That black lives don’t matter By subjecting millions of black lives to: Human trafficking and abuse; Lifelong bondage and work without pay; Cruel separation from their … Continue reading

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Seeing Selma Stirred My Spirit!

Seeing the movie, Selma, stirred my soul!  It made me weep. It received an ongoing standing ovation from a theater packed with both blacks and whites in Nashville! Selma strikingly portrays a major turning point in the Civil Rights Movement during … Continue reading

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When Freedom Broke Out — My 7th Greatest American

(Read about all of my Top Ten Greatest Americans by clicking here.) Robert Carter III of Virginia was one of the richest men in Revolutionary America. (He would have ranked near the top of the Forbes 400 List if they … Continue reading

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