Harriet TubmanThe Moses of her people
Rescuing slaves with prayer as her guide
Young Harriet Tubman prayed ceaselessly that she and her family would be set free from the oppression of slavery. Little did she know, God would use her and her resolute faith in Jesus to rescue not only her own family, but hundreds of other enslaved African-Americans as well in what would come to be called The Underground Railroad. Discover the true story of how Harriet followed God, became the Moses of her people, and persevered despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles in this action-packed episode of The Torchlighters! Read more about Harriet Tubman’s incredible prayer life.
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What People are Saying
“Well Told Story”
[Harriet’s] courage and determination reveal themselves when she chooses to go back to Maryland and lead her mother and father to freedom, and then helps many more African Americans do the same. [The video] does an excellent job of putting her historical achievements… in a meaningful context and in stirring personal terms. Highly recommended.
When you see what God can do through a Torchlighter, who is completely devoted to the Lord, your children (and you) will be inspired to serve Him more fully.
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“Lord, I’m going to hold steady on to you, and I know you will see me through.”