Not one of us, but all of us. It was through Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s inimitable example that we began to first see ourselves as a "beloved community." A committed, collective spirit empowered to rise up against giants. Like David, we have no background in killing giants, but like Dr. King, we have hope to pick up our stones, aim high, and try again. There are giants still facing the Black community today, from criminal justice and economic opportunities to Black pain. And yet, the bigger giants stand, the harder they fall. Can we ultimately bring them down? It's only through the unity of community that we'll ever find out — and we’re determined to take our best shot.
Subscribe to the official T.D. Jakes Ministries channel to stream our latest messages, your favorite sermons from over the years, and much more.
Hit the 🛎 Notification Bell so that you never miss our most recent video.
Attach your seed to this anointing, sow into good soil! http://bit.ly/2Tx7cFw or text WNBS [space] and dollar amount to 28950 [Example: WNBS 50 (for a donation of $50)]