Those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. -- Isaiah 40:31

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21Feb

SERIES: When African Americans Built Their Own Cities

Submitted by Lisa Chestnut

Installment 1 - Brooklyn, Illinois (ca. 1823- )

In the early 1820s, eleven African American families, some free, some fugitive, crossed the Mississippi River from the slave-state of Missouri to the free state of Illinois to found the first black town in the United States.  According to oral tradition, the group was led by Priscilla and John Baltimore, and included the Anderson, Sullivan, Singleton, Wilson, Cox, Wyatt, and Carper families.  Priscilla Baltimore had purchased her freedom from her master, a Methodist minister, and saw to it that religious faith would be one of the guiding pillars of her new community.  She also hoped the community would be a refuge for others fleeing slavery.

Audio Presentation by Elder Lee Robinson


30Aug

How Pastor Portis and the Hazelwood Heroes are keeping kids Alive & Well

Submitted by Lisa Chestnut, Children & Youth

If you have ever had any doubt of the power of Jesus, just take a moment to read the great things that are happening in our community through our people - adults partnering with the children. Our Pastor, Cedric Portis has been recognized as one of the "Hazelwood Heroes". A group of adults that have made a commitment to mentor some of our young people...

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