This compelling and insightful sermon goes into the challenges and internal struggles that Moses's mother faced as she tried to preserve the life of her son against a society bent on destroying him.
The song “Lift Every Voice and Sing” has almost become synonymous with Black History Month. The song, written by James Weldon Johnson and set to music by his brother Rosamond Johnson, captures the ups and downs of our journey in this country. It also is an outward manifestation of a prophecy God gave to Isaiah about God’s deliverance, and how His people would lift up their voices to His praise and honor. The song lives on today as a powerful reminder of God’s past, current and future providential care for us.