Natasha skillfully weaves her experiences as an African American woman together with scriptural lessons from Moses’ life and leadership.
In short, a good heart produces good words. A bad heart produces bad words. The evidence of a changed heart is, at least partially, observed by the change in our speech. I know some people will glance over this introduction and think to themselves, “This is basic. I know that already. I don’t need to read this.” Yet, I find that we constantly need discipline in the small areas of our lives. It’s the small things done poorly over long periods of time that causes major explosions.
When I reflect on the history of African Americans, I see struggle and victory. I see people who understand suffering and push forward in spite of because they had a strong sense of hope that things would get better. Their message was always “Don’t Give Up, Hold On.”