A Children’s book from Esau McCaulley, about our amazing, creative God.
This award-winning book offers a personal and scholarly testament to the power and the hope of Black Biblical interpretation.
He expanded the meaning of American patriotism by reminding the nation what it still owed its populace.
Recognizing that my father had his own story allowed me to feel sympathy for him. What was at stake was not merely a father failing a son but a whole life crumbling.
Not everything we do should be a commentary on our race.
Hope pulls you out of yourself and into the world, forcing you to believe more is possible. Hate is a much less insistent master.