inalienable – [ in-eyl-yuh-nuh-buhl, –ey-lee-uh– ]

unable to be taken away from or given away by the possessor.

“Spiritual freedom and responsibility  are the most inalienable of all human rights”

For many, who are other-ed, it is difficult to see ourselves or hear our voice in founding figures. Yet, suspension of inalienable and constitutional rights forfeit our humanity—such is freedom. I invite each us to reimagine our responsibility to freedom as choice, cause and covenant…because “its our duty.” Join Rev. Dr. F. Willis Johnson for a new preaching series titled, Inalienable.