Remembering that the cross is designed to mold our character allows us to embrace it, despite the pain that the cross itself brings.
This post isn’t meant to be a political statement in any way; just an educational post about a little-known historical moment
JP Robinson interviews Air Force historian Dr. Daniel Haulman about the Tuskegee Airmen, the first Black pilots in the US armed forces.
Listen as I interview best-selling, Christy award winning author, Roseanna M. White
He fought in 3 wars. Flew 409 combat missions. Shattered misconceptions about Black pilots and died at 102 years old. His name was Charles McGee.