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