I was so honored to be invited to speak at Central Seminary as their Commencement Speaker. What a thrill it was to meet so many exciting students, faculty and staff. I am so grateful to President Pam Durso for this wonderful invite and opportunity.
There was a Blessing of the Students event the night before commencement. I did a wonderful Invisible book signing as Central gifted a copy of it to all the graduates.Continue reading
Please read all of my books which are available wherever books are sold. Please do review them and rate them as this always helps authors. Thank you in advance.Continue reading
It was wonderful to travel to England with Rev. Jackson. We did several Keeping Hope Alive book signings. Rev. Jackson spoke in various schools, Cambridge University, and events. It was an honor to be part of this trip.
With Lord Simon Woolley, the new principle at Homerton College, Cambridge UniversityContinue reading
I was so honored to be invited to speak at this wonderful event hosted by the Commission on Religion, Race and Provisional Leadership Academy on my new book, Invisible.
Please order your copy of Invisible and please do rate it on Amazon and other book sites. These are so helpful to authors.
Invisible with Rev. Dr. Grace Ji-Sun KimContinue reading
I am so honored to be invited to speak at this wonderful event hosted by the Commission on Religion, Race and Provisional Leadership Academy on my new book, Invisible.
Please order your copy of Invisible and please do rate it on Amazon and other book sites. These are so helpful to authors.Continue reading
It was an honor to edit Rev. Jesse Jackson’s book, Keeping Hope Alive (Orbis Books). As he turned 80 on Oct 8th, it is time to revisit his work, read his book and reflect on his life.Continue reading
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For Black History Month, read Keeping Hope Alive: Sermons and Speeches of Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr. (Orbis Books). It is available in hard copy, ebook, audio and leatherbound copies. Get one today.
Here, for the first time in print: a powerful selection of sermons and speeches by one of America’s most unforgettable orators and champions of human rights.Continue reading