So, as we celebrate Black History Month, the descendants of slaves and the descendants of slave owners must deny themselves, take up their cross, and follow Jesus.
As I meditated about this and how it pertains to Black History Month, my dad’s words came back to me: “There are five important books, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and us, and most people will spend more time studying us than the other books.”
Deny the hurt, anger, and disappointment that threatens to overwhelm you when it seems like no one cares or understands your plight as an American citizen. Do not lash out on social media or create a hostile work environment.
As I meditated about this scripture and how it pertained to Black History Month, this thought came to my mind: “Black History Month is another opportunity for us to let our light shine as one nation under God, so the world can see our good deeds and glorify our Father in heaven.”
Hey teacher friends, racism is a disease that has affected our country, and we want our Father in Heaven to heal the land.
As we prepare to celebrate Black History Month in the United States of America, we must remember that Black History or African American History is American History; therefore, it shouldn’t be treated with distain. The fight for racial equality is not one sided. People of different races joined together to fight for equality in America; […]