This story is confirmation of God’s promise to Abraham. I wonder will any of the major News networks air this Black History moment. It’s so inspiring. God can perform the impossible. These Queens put their faith to work, while they’re honoring their parents legacy. This story brought tears to my eyes. My grandson and I read this story together. It’s a blessing to have read the history of a powerful Black family.
Gen 17:7 I will always keep the promise I have made to you and your descendants, because I am your God and their God. 8 I will give you and them the land in which you are now a foreigner. I will give the whole land of Canaan to your family forever, and I will be their God. 👀 https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/good-news/as-kids-they-picked-cotton-and-dreamed-about-the-mansion-across-the-road-now-they-own-it/ar-BBJ1CdV #people#news#fam#family#unity#world#nation#blackpride#culture#faith#love #family #robinroberts#gailking
Born on November 23, 1960, in Tuskegee, Alabama, Robin Roberts grew up in Pass Christian, Mississippi and earned a degree in communication from Southeastern Louisiana University in 1983. She went on to become a sports reporter and anchor for a local TV station in Mississippi. At age 29, Roberts began hosting ESPN's Sportscenterand, not long after, appearing as a guest reporter on Good Morning America. In 2005, she was hired as a full-time co-anchor of the morning news program. In August 2011, Roberts took a leave of absence from Good Morning America in order to undergo treatment for a rare blood disorder that she contracted after undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer. She returned to the show on February 20, 2013. In early 2014, Roberts officially came out as a gay woman. #WeAreBlackHistory#BlackHistory#BlackLGBTHistory#LGBTHistory#RobinRoberts
This was such an incredible experience, I admire her so much and as an aspiring journalist I look up to her. Super fun watching Good Morning America live in the audience. #robinroberts#goodmorningamerica