‘Blazing A Path’ – Early African-American Preachers Had Much To Do With The Greatest Religious Movement In American History
“Pastors Rebecca Protten, Richard Allen and Jarena Lee, have almost been forgotten by history, but they faithfully trudged the spiritual path for the black reformation in North America in the 1700’s. Though female and African-American, Rebecca Protten and Jarena Lee came against countless opposition, but the love of Christ and the power of the God of Christianity helped to liberate their humanity. Richard Allen, born an African-American slave became author and preacher and is known as the Apostle of Freedom. He inspired the likes of Frederick Douglass and W.E.B. DuBois.”
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