Jesus Christ offers freedom liberally to all, regardless of skin color. But sometimes, those released from sin's bondage still had to strive for their freedom in society. Here are the stories of four African-Americans whose Christian faith led them to step out-and sometimes suffer-for their own race: James. W. C. Pennington, early abolitionist; Harriet Tubman, conductor on the Underground Railroad; Mary McLeod Bethune, the first black woman to establish a four-year college in the United States; and Rosa Parks, mother of the ...

Free Indeed 2004, Barbour Publishing

ISBN-13: 9781593103873

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