With God’s help, we came out of slavery and built our own communities.

Can we continue to build and rebuild today?

That’s what you’ll discover in Building A City On A Hill: African American Communities of Purpose.

Each chapter reminds us that God calls us to be Christians at home, at work, and in the community.

This call enables us to change lives and foster economic development, which causes families and communities to flourish.

A revisit of historic Black towns showcases the self-sufficient businesses and enterprises that African Americans built after emancipation. Vocational excellence, unselfish service, and an awareness that God is at work in each life are key to this curriculum.

We revisit the biblical blueprint of 10 historic Black towns built by former slaves.  $11.99

Written and edited by Kwasi I. Kena, D.Min., and Carey Latimore, Ph.D.
Compiled and edited by Ramon Mayo

Effectively teach and facilitate meaningful discussion in your classroom or group. Includes lesson focus, key Scripture verses, time management recommendations, teaching tips, and more. $9.99

Written and edited by Kwasi I. Kena, D.Min., and Carey Latimore, Ph.D.
Compiled and edited by Ramon Mayo

Provide each student with the opportunity to test their understanding, review key truths, and consider how they can build with Jesus. $4.59

Written and edited by Kwasi I. Kena, D.Min., and Carey Latimore, Ph.D.
Compiled and edited by Ramon Mayo

Great Value! Get the complete adult kit with the Adult Student Book, Leader’s Guide, and Student Workbook at a discounted price $22.99

Written and edited by Kwasi I. Kena, D.Min., and Carey Latimore, Ph.D.
Compiled and edited by Ramon Mayo