Project Description

Rev. Scott begin with the familiar story of healing in the midst of “belief vs.unbelief”. But he brings it forward this July 4th through the incomparable history of Frederick Douglass, sharing a speech Douglass gave a decade before the Civil War to the Women’s Anti-Slavery Society of Rochester, NY. Douglass’ voice in his day was one that could not be matched — his command of language was that powerful. Take a seat and listen in on this day of American Independence. | Rev. Edward A. Scott, Allen Chapel, Staunton, Virginia