An evening with civil rights icon Clarence Henderson was beyond inspirational!

Clarence Henderson (far right) during the sit-in movement in Greensboro, North Carolina 1960 
On February 1, 1960, four African American college students sat down at a lunch counter at Woolworth’s in Greensboro, North Carolina, and politely asked for service. Their request was refused. “Walking into F.W. Woolworth’s I did not know how I was going to come out, in a vertical position in handcuffs going to jail, or perhaps in a prone position going to the hospital or even the morgue,” said Henderson on the podcast. “This changed my total outlook on life. I began to realize that we all have defining moments, but those moments don’t define us. It’s what we do in those moments that define us.”

What a night!
July 20, 2023
Hilton Wilmington Christiana 
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Pastors and Ministry Leaders,

Are you and your spouse ready to consider taking the next step in your journey towards making an additional positive impact in Delaware communities? Have you considered stepping into the public square to serve your community with a renewed passion and dedication for positive change? Join with other DE Ministry Leaders for this complimentary evening with world changer Clarence Henderson and receive a free copy of his new book: Forgotten Courage

Note that this gathering is free of charge and no offering will be taken.